Monthly Archives: October 2012

Mark Billingham, by Sue Culhane

Birmingham – the second largest city in the UK  recently made headlines when the young Pakistani girl, Malala Yousufzai, was transferred to the world famous Queen Elizabeth Hospital after being shot in the head. The road to recovery will be … Continue reading

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“A Doctor’s Quest” Books and Bites, by Catherine Gillier

The leaves are falling and the ground is covered with their colours.  Before the cold weather sets in, the books on the shelf would like to respectfully step back to allow a local book to take centre stage. A DOCTOR’S … Continue reading

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October’s Turning Leaves, by Catherine Gillier

The month of October is here for only a short time.  Her magnificent cloak of many colours is spread out around the hills and lakes.  The green conifers stand out in relief and provide a striking contrast.  Here at the … Continue reading

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Fall’s Bounty, by Catherine Gillier

The fall’s bounty has been harvested from the fields and gardens.  Thanksgiving weekend is coming, and with it all the thoughts of feasting and gratitude that are part of the celebration.  Here at the library, books are coming down from … Continue reading

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