Monthly Archives: April 2014

Children’s books, by Sue Culhane

Children’s books have a number of attributes that make them so appealing to children, parents, educators and caregivers. The ones that immediately spring to mind are the story line and the illustrations. Adults encourage children to read books in order … Continue reading

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Mid-April has Passed, by Catherine Gillier

Mid April has passed, but snow still lies in ditch banks, lawns and gardens. The days are longer and brighter, but a warm spring and summer seem to be distant. Here at the library, many books await the patrons’ grasp. … Continue reading

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Sue Townsend, by Sue Culhane

Writer Sue Townsend was probably better known in her native country of England than here in Canada. Nevertheless she accrued fans from all over the world after she created angst-ridden Adrian Mole. Her first novel “The Secret Diary of Adrian … Continue reading

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April snow and cloud, by Catherine Gillier

The windy, snowy weather so far into the “spring” season is not bringing with it the promise of tulips and daffodils. Lots of snow needs to melt and soak into the earth before blooms appear. But the library books on … Continue reading

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James Patterson, by Sue Culhane

Since January 2001 James Patterson has topped the list of the world’s top-selling authors. His biggest selling title is “First to Die” which was published in 2001 and adapted into a movie in 2003.Astonishingly Patterson has written over 130 novels. … Continue reading

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