Monthly Archives: February 2015

Colleen McCullough, by Catherine Gillier

Cold February continues to blow. And although winter is not the favorite season of many, library patrons do find it a good time to read. Colleen McCullough has written many very profound novels. This week, some of them want to … Continue reading

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Go Set a Watchman, by Sue Culhane

Readers await with great excitement the publication of Harper Lee’s second novel “Go Set a Watchman”. Ms. Lee’s first and only book “To Kill a Mockingbird” was published in 1960 and has become a classic. It addressed a subject that … Continue reading

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Come in From the Cold by Catherine Gillier

The reading material on the shelves of the library has been drawing patrons in from the cold. THE SACRIFICE by Joyce Carol Oates is a novel that strives to inhabit many voices on all sides of explosive racial issues. These … Continue reading

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Strange encounters at the Library, By Sue Culhane

So you think working at a library is a quiet, peaceful, non-stressful even dull occupation? Well think again! Every librarian has had some strange encounters. Some interactions are funny, aggressive, insulting but often gratifying. When such an incident happens the … Continue reading

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Tragedy, hope and community by Catherine Gillier

Many patrons are using part of the winter months to get between the covers of a good book. It may be the end of January, but perhaps the spirit longs for cottage country. Gabriele Wills has written a trilogy entitled … Continue reading

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