Monthly Archives: June 2013

Original Passages, by Catherine Gillier

The calendar is creeping to the end of June.  The books at the library would like to begin this summer season with a salute to the stories of Aboriginal writers. Richard Wagamese is one of Canada’s foremost Native authors.  He … Continue reading

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Summer Reading, by Sue Culhane

Friday June 21st marks the first day of summer! We can only hope that the day heralds some much needed sun and heat. For many students this will be the last day of school and by the end of the … Continue reading

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June Growth by Catherine Gillier

Mid-June has arrived.  Vegetables are planted.  Frosts have disappeared.  Here at the library, the books are growing and many patrons will have lots to read. SIGHT READING is a novel by Daphne Kalotay.  The author takes the reader into the … Continue reading

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Review of the book “Dinner: A Love Story,” by Sue Culhane

The increasing access to and use of the Internet has surely had an impact on the world of cook books. In today’s fast paced society what can be easier than clicking on one of the many websites dedicated to recipes … Continue reading

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