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Spooky October Reads by Elesha Teskey

Once October hits, some people like to pull out spooky or horror stories. Reading classics like Frankenstein, Dracula, or The Haunting of Hill House is wonderful, but the Temiskaming Shores Public Library has some other books that may give you … Continue reading

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Timeless Classics, by Catherine Gillier

It is the end of the glorious month of September.  And in classic fashion, the trees have begun to change colour.  The fall flowers are still in bloom.  At the library, some of the books on the shelf want patrons … Continue reading

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Search and Find the Harvest, by Catherine Gillier

September has crept in under the guise of sunshine and moderate temperatures.  The autumn harvest is featuring pumpkins, squash, and lots of potatoes and carrots.  Here at the library, the crop of literature is growing.  Perhaps a few books can … Continue reading

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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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