What We’re Reading

Half-Off Ragnarok

Posted April 18, 2014 | Posted in Readers Advisory, What We're Reading

“When Alex Price agreed to go to Ohio to oversee a basilisk breeding program and assist in the recovery of his psychic cousin, he didn’t expect people to start dropping dead. But bodies are cropping up at the zoo where he works, and his girlfriend–Shelby Tanner, an Australian zoologist with a fondness for big cats–is (read the rest…)

Vintage by Susan Gloss

Posted April 16, 2014 | Posted in Readers Advisory, What We're Reading

“At Hourglass Vintage in Madison, Wisconsin, every item in the boutique has a story to tell . . . and so do the women whose lives the store touches. A small-town girl with a flair for fashion, Violet Turner had always dreamed of owning a shop like Hourglass Vintage. But while she values the personal (read the rest…)

Magnify Your Reading-books for guys who like large print books

Posted April 14, 2014 | Posted in Readers Advisory, What We're Reading
Magnify Your Reading-books for guys who like large print books

If you like reading and find that the large print books are good for tired eyes, stop in at the Library for our latest display in the Large Print section, featuring books for guys who like large print books.  If you want to search at home for suggestions, here’s a list below to get you (read the rest…)

May We Suggest-Dystopian Worlds

Posted April 13, 2014 | Posted in Readers Advisory, What We're Reading

    A dystopian society is a community that is undesirable and usually run by a totalitarian government.  The characters in these stories end up fighting back because of the intolerable conditions.  So, if you’ve read Divergent, or The Hunger Games, and are wondering what stories about dystopian worlds are available for adults, may we suggest the following (read the rest…)

Handmaid’s Tale – Points To Ponder

Posted April 7, 2014 | Posted in Book Discussions, Readers Advisory, What We're Reading

Prior to reading our book discussion pick The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood, here are some questions to consider. Hope to see you on Thursday April 17th at 7:30 pm for the discussion. The society in the novel is not ideal, but are there any parts of society that are an improvement over ours? Do (read the rest…)

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