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Meet Us On Main Street



Ann and Pat presented to the Meet Us On Main Street Group today.

Ann's common denominator was family life and the titles she presented expanded that premise with additions of single parenthood with an autistic child in Language Arts, the selfless, close family bonds during illness in Inside the O'Brien's, Hollywood and...
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Meet Us On Main Street



James and Stephanie presented today to the Meet Us On Main Street reading group.  

James is a linguist and we got a quick course in how to speak correctly with his assortment of titles: Garner's Modern American Usage and Our Magnificent Bastard Tongue, and The Professor and the Madman, which is based on a...
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Meet Us On Main Street



Sally and Susie presented to the Meet Us On Main Street reading group today.

Susie brought DVD's since she is in charge of our movie collection.  Her choices were: Spare Parts (which is also a book by the same name) is about an economically-challenged high school tech team building an underwater robot for a science competition vs. college-level...
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Meet Us On Main Street



Today Marianne and Pat presented at Meet Us On Main Street.

As the coordinators of the Library's Book Group Book Collections Marianne and Pat have wonderful insight on what are great discussion reads.  With summer coming they suggested four thrillers Luckiest Girl Alive, The Whites, Cold Cold Heart, and...
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Meet Us On Main Street



Jo and Thomas presented today and the overall theme was:  journeys.

Jo treated the group to many distant lands:      a madcapped discovery of the British Isles on foot, bus and by British Rail (Notes from a Small Island); a desire to see the ocean, an octogenarian travels east, from from Saskatchewan, followed by her husband and a long ago...
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Meet Us On Main Street



John and Kim presented to the Meet Us On Main Street group today.  

The overwhelming theme today was endurance in living; the World Wars (The Nightingale), the Chechnyan conflict (A Constellation of Vital Phenomena) , family loss (Wild, Tinkers, and Leaving Time ), rejection...
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Meet Us On Main Street



Amanda and Erica hosted the Meet Us On Main Street meeting today.  

Amanda started us off with books on how to create blogs or websites: Blog Inc., by Joy Deangdeelert Cho, Blogging for Creatives by Robin Houghton and Create your own Website using Wordpress by Alannah Moore.  All are step-by-step...
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Meet Us On Main Street



Stephanie and Jen graced us with a selection of titles, that, let's just call this list of books "The Dazzlers."  

Jen brought four non-fiction stories, and one fiction, of what she calls her obsessions -- books she can't not suggest for people to read - no matter how long ago they were published.  Cold Comfort Farm, (2006) by Stella...
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New eBooks from OverDrive



Here are the new titles available from OverDrive.

All the Old Knives by...
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Book Suggestions for "Guys Like Me!"



Last month, you may have seen a bowl upstairs in which you could leave responses in answer to various questions. When we asked "What do you wish the Library offered?" we got many valuable responses.

One person anonymously wrote: "A reading list for guys like me! 40-60 years old."

Well, you are in luck today, anonymous patron! Our very own director, Alan Kirk Gray, has created...
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