Monthly Archives: November 2016

Bestsellers, by Sue Culhane

Every week the Globe and Mail publishes a best sellers list of books by Canadian authors which is, of course, very interesting to anyone working in the world of books. The Temiskaming Shores Public Library has eight out of the … Continue reading

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Gloom and Resilience, by Catherine Gillier

Mid-November presents cloudy, cold weather that sometimes dampens the spirits.  But here at the library, several books are coming down from the shelves to try to disperse the gloom.  Perhaps they will allow your mind to open and your imagination … Continue reading

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Remembrance Day, by Sue Culhane

Remembrance Day is fast approaching and the Temiskaming Shores Public Library is prepared. The Library is decorated and a display of books is in place. Over the years the collection at the Library has been enhanced by the addition of … Continue reading

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The Month of October has Passed

The month of October has passed.  The November trees stand naked in the wind, resilient skeletons that remain strong in the waning light.  Conifers lend their shades of green.  And together with the coming snow, a November panorama is created. … Continue reading

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Cookbooks by Sue Culhane

Usually when one thinks of travelling to faraway places it is by car, bus, train or plane but why not consider seeing the world through the pages of a cook book? The Haileybury Branch of the Temiskaming Shores Public Library … Continue reading

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