Readers Advisory

May Suggest goes Small Screen

Posted July 22, 2014 | Posted in Readers Advisory, What We're Reading
May Suggest goes Small Screen

Now you’ve seen the TV series from Showtime, how about reading the book series by Jeff Lindsay that started it all? Featuring Dexter Morgan, a crime scene analyst for the Miami Dade Police Department, this flawed hero captivated viewers with his double life as a sociopathic serial killer (murdering only those people who murdered others). (read the rest…)

May We Suggest goes Small Screen

Posted July 20, 2014 | Posted in Readers Advisory, What We're Reading
May We Suggest goes Small Screen

    You’ve seen True Blood on HBO and now you’re ready for more Sookie stories…..why not try the original Southern vampire book series written by Charlaine Harris?  Laissez les Bon Temps rouler! Southern Vampire series by Charlaine Harris 1) Dead Until Dark 2) Living Dead in Dallas 3) Club Dead 4) Dead to the (read the rest…)

May We Suggest goes Small Screen

Posted July 18, 2014 | Posted in Readers Advisory, What We're Reading
May We Suggest goes Small Screen

You’ve watched the TV show on A&E, now try the books by Craig Johnson.  This month, May We Suggest goes small screen and is featuring book series that some of the hottest dramas on television are based on. Check one out today! Longmire series in order 1) The Cold Dish 2) Death without Company 3) (read the rest…)

Paws to Read Feline Fiction

Posted June 21, 2014 | Posted in Readers Advisory, Summer Reading

  It is never too late to join the VPPL  Summer Reading Program  Paws to Read. A sampling of adult fiction books with cat tales follows: Dinosaur Cat by Garrison Allen The Diamond Cat by Marion Babson The Cat Who Said Cheese by Lillian Jackson Braun Sour Puss by Rita Mae Brown Curiosity Killed the (read the rest…)

Paws to Read…and Donate

Posted June 6, 2014 | Posted in Readers Advisory, Summer Reading
Paws to Read…and Donate

Our summer reading theme is “Paws to Read” where we are featuring animal related books for our bonus books.  In addition to reading the books, why not “paws” and donate to our furry/feathered/scaled friends in need?  We have several local shelters that can use a human hand in meeting the needs of those with paws, (read the rest…)

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