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Pride Month Reads

By Bailey Keimig-Gehrke, Youth Services Happy Pride Month everyone! What better way could we celebrate than by reading books together? There are lots of wonderful titles for all ages that celebrate LGBTQIA+ voices and promote love for ourselves and others. The following are recent releases […]

Asian Pacific Heritage Month

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

by Bailey Keimig-Gehrke, Youth Services Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month is celebrated every May to recognize the contributions of Asian-Americans and Pacific Islander-Americans. It is the perfect time of year to add more diverse voices to your bookshelf so you can celebrate these individuals all year […]

Fevre Dream staff review

Fevre Dream

by Ryan Banks, Adult Services Are you a fan of “A Song of Ice and Fire” and eagerly anticipating the long awaited sixth volume, “Winds of Winter”? The bad news is that fans have been waiting over a decade for the next installment of Martin’s […]

Like A Sister

Like A Sister

by Sarah Smith, Adult Services I tore through “Like a Sister,” the latest novel by Kellye Garrett, in a single weekend and it kept me guessing right up to the end. I highly recommend this stand-alone story to anyone who enjoys a mystery packed with […]

Accessible Entertainment

Sure, streaming has its advantages for those with reliable internet service and that can afford monthly subscriptions. But DVDs aren’t dead yet. In fact, the library has a collection of nearly 20,000 DVDs and Blu-ray that you can access for free with your library card. […]

An Elderly Lady…

Staff Book Review By Sarah Smith, Adult Services It’s a little odd to describe a book about a serial killer as a light read, but Helene Tursten’s pair of “An Elderly Lady” books about the evil deeds of Maud, a respectable senior citizen (in most […]