Monthly Archives: January 2014

The end of January, by Catherine Gillier

The end of January is just about here.  Lots of snow and lots of cold temperatures.  At the library, the books are enjoying the weather because many patrons spend the cold nights reading. A FAIRY TALE by Jonas T. Bengtsson … Continue reading

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Dewey, by Sue Culhane

There is a certain charm about books that are set in a small town. Consider the popularity of books such as “To Kill a Mockingbird” by Harper Lee, “Pride and Prejudice” by Jane Austen, “The Shipping News” by Annie Proulx. … Continue reading

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January has ushered in some very cold weather, by Catherine Gillier

January has ushered in some very cold weather, but most of the country has experienced much worse.  After clearing the driveway and brewing a cup of tea, perhaps it would be a good time to sink into an armchair with … Continue reading

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Elizabeth Jane Howard, by Sue Culhane

On Thursday Jan 2nd 2014 the famous writer Elizabeth Jane Howard died at the age of 90. Howard was most well known for her series “The Cazalet Chronicles”. This series of 5 books chronicles the lives of a wealthy English … Continue reading

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