Monthly Archives: September 2014

Banned books and democracy, by Catherine Giller

TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD by Harper Lee is a compassionate and moving story that takes place in a sleepy southern town. The author takes the reader on a rough journey of experience that calls on love and kindness to overcome … Continue reading

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Mid-September, by Catherine Gillier

Mid-September is here and the temperatures are lower. The grass still needs to be cut a few more times, and the fall perennials can be appreciated and trimmed. The books at the library would like to stand up and be … Continue reading

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Winnie the Pooh, by Sue Culhane

There are probably not many children in North America who haven’t heard of Winnie the Pooh, the lovable bear featured in the stories of A. A. Milne. But how many know that the inspiration behind these stories was a real … Continue reading

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September is upon us now, by Catherine Gillier

September is upon us now. This is the real new year. School doors are re-opened. Work is back in full swing. Root crops and tomatoes will soon be pulled from the garden. At the library there is a new selection … Continue reading

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A Cloudy End to August by Catherine Gillier

The summer days have held the sun behind clouds for a large part of the month. The lakes have been cool and rain has kept the countryside green. At the library, some authors would like to come down from the … Continue reading

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