Monthly Archives: August 2014

Mental Health Issues, by Sue Culhane

The world was saddened to hear of the death of Robin Williams. It is hard to believe that a man that brought such fun and laughter to so many is now silent. His death may seem inexplicable to many. He … Continue reading

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August Sunshine by Catherine Gillier

August sunshine has brightened a somewhat cool summer. And it is hoped that some of the books at your public library have lit the imagination and curiosity of our local readers. PHILOMENA by Martin Sixsmith is a true story of … Continue reading

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Women’s books, by Sue Culhane

1996 saw the launch of a prestigious award in Britain. The Bailey’s Women’s Prize is awarded annually and recognizes excellence, originality and accessibility in women’s writing throughout the world. The winner receives a check for £30,000 and a limited edition … Continue reading

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