Monthly Archives: September 2015

September Days, by Catherine Gillier

Access to books and access to the world through reading books is part of what a public library provides to the population it serves. Picture books are available for our youngest patrons. Chapter books with fewer pictures and interesting stories … Continue reading

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The Immigrant Experience, by Sue Culhane

Every day, in the news, we are bombarded with images and articles about the world’s growing refugee crisis. Opinion is mixed and the media spin on this very difficult situation is probably confusing our thoughts even more. However, one thing … Continue reading

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September New Year, by Catherine Gillier

A real new year has started. Students have returned to school. Summer cottages have been closed. Summer flowers have lost their bloom. Summer clothes have been put away. New challenges and new opportunities present themselves as people return to work … Continue reading

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“The Girl in the Spider’s Web”, by Sue Culhane

Steig Larsson wrote 3 books before his death in 2004. The books were not published until after his death and became instant best sellers with more than 80 million copies sold, including 2.5 million in Canada. “The Girl With The … Continue reading

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