Monthly Archives: January 2016

Question, Evaluate, Learn. by Catherine Gillier

The deep snow provides protection to the roots underground as temperatures continue to dip far below freezing. Blue sky peeps through the clouds from time to time. But there are many changes as these winter days pass by. Some of … Continue reading

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Snow Blankets the Earth, by Catherine Gillier

Snow blankets the earth, and evening fires burn warm. Many patrons are spending part of the winter night at home with a hot drink and a good book. Your community library has many volumes from which to choose, so maybe … Continue reading

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The Very Human Journal of Life by Catherine Gillier

A biography is a journal of a human life that is captured between the pages of a book. Here at the library, many of the biographies are clamoring for attention. A few have come down from the shelves. These are … Continue reading

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Hope in the Midst of Winter by Catherine Gillier

January brings with it the beginning of winter, but also the beginning of longer days. The winter solstice has passed. Daylight will now continue to increase. FIFTEEN DOGS by André Alexis is the Scotiabank Giller Prize winner for fiction in … Continue reading

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