Monthly Archives: September 2018

Banned Book Week, by Sue Culhane

September 23 – 29 2018 is Banned Books Week. This is a week when we celebrate the freedom to read.   Charles Brownstein, chair of the Banned Books Week Coalition says “Banned Books Week gives everyone a chance to celebrate their … Continue reading

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Books with Unreliable Narrators, by Emily Smith

The use of an unreliable narrator in fiction books is a common trope, particularly within the mystery and thriller genre. An unreliable narrator adds to the intrigue. It leaves the reader wondering whether or not they can be trusted.  Is … Continue reading

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Hazy, lazy and hot days of summer have come and gone! By Carmen Peddie

Wow! July and August have just flown by… Our summer long “Concours de lecture” has just concluded! This fun reading contest lasted for the two summer months and was for 5 to 8 year olds who love to read… or … Continue reading

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Story Time at the Library by Alison McCorkle

I feel that story time is the most important of all the programs that we offer at the library.  This program brings parents, caregivers, and children together, but it also shines a light on the public library’s commitment to early … Continue reading

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