Monthly Archives: June 2014

Giles Blunt, by Sue Culhane

There is something very satisfying about reading a book which is based in a location that is recognizable and familiar and this explains, to some extent, why the Canadian author Giles Blunt is so popular among the patrons of the … Continue reading

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Summer Reading, by Catherine Gillier

The gardens are now lush with pansies, onions, tomato plants, and lots of blooming perennials. The middle of June has passed, and the first day of summer begins this weekend. It is wonderful to be out in the sun, gardening, … Continue reading

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Maya Angelou, by Sue Culhane

A life well lived! A poet, an activist, an author, a stage artist and a friend to many. Maya Angelou died on May 28, 2014 at the age of 86. Angelou was born in St. Louis, Missouri in 1928. Her … Continue reading

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Summer’s Approach, by Catherine Gillier

New leaves are out on most of the trees and bushes. Each leaf lifts its face to the sun as the days become warmer and summer approaches. At the library, the books want their leaves to turn and lift to … Continue reading

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