Monthly Archives: January 2012

SNOW MUCH FUN Winter Reading Club, By Alison McCorkle

Happy 2012 to you all!  As I’m writing this, I just realized that it is January 25th, so that in turn reminds me that Christmas was a month ago!  So hard to believe, time just flies!! To help make these … Continue reading

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The Texture of a Winter Sky, by Catherine Gillier

The end of January is fast approaching.  A fair share of snow, wind and cloud has been sent to the North this winter.  At the library, patrons are increasing the number of books they borrow per visit, just in case … Continue reading

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The World of Mysteries by Catherine Gillier

The weather, in its dreariness and cold, has been a positive influence on people who love to curl up with a good book.  In the warm confines of a reading room, one can become quietly engrossed in a mystery.  Here … Continue reading

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New Year’s Resolutions, by Sue Culhane

Did you make any New Year’s Resolutions for 2012?  If you did you are among the more than half Canadians that did and you may be among the half of those people who break their resolutions within the first month! … Continue reading

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The Winter Solstice has Passed, by Catherine Gillier

The winter solstice has passed, and now we can look forward to lengthening days.  The sun may shine, and the nights may come a little later, but winter has its footprint upon the ground.  Here at the library, some of … Continue reading

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