Monthly Archives: August 2017

Moon Shadow, by Catherine Gillier

It is the end of August now, and the moon-shadow has passed.  Here at the library, stories that call into question the tattered relationship that man has toward humanity need to be acknowledged and read.  Here are a few: HEADHUNTER … Continue reading

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Vitality of the Written Word, by Catherine Gillier

There is one week left in the month of August.  It is hoped that the summer has been a time for everyone to relax and unwind.  The weather has been less than warm and sunny, but the bush is not … Continue reading

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Late Summer Perspective, by Catherine Gillier

Summer arrived late and is still with us.  There has been enough rain to keep the threat of forest fires low, and enough sunshine to keep vacationers happy.  At the library, some of the newer books would like to draw … Continue reading

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August Nature of Dialogue, by Catherine Gillier

Mid-August is almost here.  The perception that develops around this time of year sees cool lake waters, green woods, fish cooking over a campfire.  And perhaps many generations have experienced the same summer pleasures of the region. THE BODY IN … Continue reading

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Lisa Genova, by Catherine Gillier

The month of August has arrived.  Many of the books on the shelves have decided to step back in order to allow a distinguished author to come forward. LISA GENOVA is a novelist and a neuroscientist who received a PhD … Continue reading

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