Monthly Archives: April 2015

The Mid-point of April has disappeared, by Catherine Gillier

The mid-point of April has disappeared, and so has much of the snow. Through the sunshine and the blowing wind, the books in the library have something to say to the community: April may be the cruelest month. But it … Continue reading

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Women Writers, by Sue Culhane

Readers sometimes have very fixed ideas about what sort of books they wish to read. Over the years I have encountered some who don’t want to read books written in the first person or who do not like to read … Continue reading

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The Sunny Days of April Open the Heart, by Catherine Gillier

The sunny days of April open the heart, raise the spirit and set the mind afire. On the shelves of the library, there are books that I hope will do the same. In THE HAMMER AND THE CROSS: A NEW … Continue reading

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Tips to Start You Reading, by Sue Culhane

I recently came across a web site called http://www.pickthebrain.com I was particularly interested in an article entitled “10 Simple Tips To Guarantee More Reading Time”. The article begins with the premise that reading is good for you and the more … Continue reading

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