Library

BOOK REVIEW: A Little Life by Hanya Yanigihara — April 2018

BOOK REVIEW: A Little Life by Hanya Yanigihara  — April 2018

Hanya Yanagihara’s novel A Little Life (2015) is a masterwork in the realist tradition of American writing, showing what can still be done that is new and inspiring more than a century after Mark Twain, Edith Wharton, and Henry James. ……………………………………

BOOK REVIEW: Torch by Cheryl Strayed – March 2018

BOOK REVIEW:  Torch by Cheryl Strayed  - March 2018

Reviewer …the story is not a downer. What it is, is real. Its fidelity to the way things actually are and to what people actually feel is inspiring.”

LIBRARY NOTES – March 2018

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BOOK REVIEW: Pachinko by Jin Min Lee – January 2018

BOOK REVIEW:  Pachinko by Jin Min Lee - January 2018

Lee secures our attention and keeps it on a tight leash throughout. Her characters are complex, sympathetic, and highly individuated.

LIBRARY NOTES – January 2018

LIBRARY NOTES - January 2018

Local artisan and children’s author Gary Mead visited the library on Monday, December 18th to read his children’s book My First Tree Book – Sweet Sap to over twenty students from Andes Central School CROP program.

BOOK REVIEW: Fortunes of War :The Balkan Trilogy by Olivia Manning – December 2017

BOOK REVIEW:  Fortunes of War :The Balkan Trilogy by Olivia Manning - December 2017

Our guest reviewers recommend The Balkan Trilogy as a compelling story and a look into troubled Europe in the late 1930s