Library Holiday Hours, as well as Christmas Festivities.
Elizabeth Strout won the Pulitzer Prize for Olive Kittredge in 2015. An enthusiastic and faithful fan, I’ve read all of her eight novels. Her fictional world is set mostly in either Maine or New York City and sometimes the same people turn up from book to book.
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Towards the novel’s conclusion, Powers gives us several moments of transcendent insight such as only he can produce. Despite my complaints, I’m glad I read this book and am tempted to read it again, as I did The Overstory. You can’t successfully grasp Powers’ conception of what’s possible in the universe, on both the inner and outer frontiers, in one go.
Tails and Tales Writing Contest Submissions By Pamela West-Finkle Librarian, Andes Public Library We received four official entries into the writing contest we held this summer. Because all four submissions were amazing and from the same family, we couldn’t possibly make a decision between them, so we awarded at gift certificate to the Phoenicia Diner