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- A Few Good Books: October 2017
- Looking for a book recommendation? Look no further! Here are a few good books I've enjoyed recently.
- A Few Good Books: October 2017, Looking for a book recommendation? Look no further! Here are a few good books I've enjoyed recently. Book Review: A Piece of the World by Christina Baker Kline Andrew Wyeth, a realist painter, was one of the most famous American artists of the mid-twentieth century. Christina Olson was a woman of limited education and means, with a debilitating disability, who lived her entire life in the same remote farmhouse in Maine. Christina also served as muse for many of Wyeth’s paintings
- A Few Good Books: April 2016
- Looking for a book recommendation? Look no further! Here’s a few good books I’ve enjoyed recently...
- A Few Good Books: April 2016, Looking for a book recommendation? Look no further! Here’s a few good books I’ve enjoyed recently, The reasons behind why we choose to read the books we do are manifold: to be entertained, to escape, not everything in every book is true. Walk into any public library and you’ll find books, (1866-1943) was an English author and illustrator of children’s books, including her classic, books to purchase a cottage on 34 acres. This was the beginning of her life as a gentlewoman farmer
- Yippie-yi-yo-ki-yay! They're almost here - again!
- Upcoming releases for September 15, 2016 to October 14, 2016. Keep an eye out!
- Yes sir my little cowpokes, it's time for a few of those upcoming books. These upcoming releases are scheduled to hit the books stores between September 15 and October 14, 2016. So mark you calendars, Fiction Jenny Colgan http://www.jennycolgan.com The Bookshop on the Corner,
September 27 Loretta Nyhan https://twitter.com/LorettaNyhan All the Good Parts, Jan Drexler http://www.jandrexler.com/books.html Mattie’s Pledge
- Science Fun
- Science projects are a great way to spend a cold, rainy day indoors!
Today is cold and blustery! Maybe a science project would be a good way to spend some time? Here are a few books with nifty ideas. You can stop by your library for many, many more!
- Becky's Readers' Advisory Challenge: 1980s teen romance
- You remember everything about the book . . . except the title or the author. What do you do?
- decided to put my readers' advisory skills to the test. There are a few books that I read as a teenager back in the 1980s that I remember better than books I read just last year. I'm not referring, a person is looking for when they only remember a few details -- the type of book, a general outline, other question like this one. I first tried keyword searches -- many library and bookstore records include basic summaries. No luck. No luck with NoveList either.
Next, I turned to my good friend
- What are you watching for Shakespeare Day?
- Movie recommendations in verse! Hopefully you’ve brushed up on your pentameter because it’s about to get iambic up in here.
- to celebrate the Bard my own way, I’ve decided to recommend a few interesting adaptations of his plays, because it’s about to get iambic up in here. Without further ado, a few choice film adaptations, priests and kings, Were bloody, bawdy, really ribald things. This film seeks to offend, but in good fun, Heaney, and Stephen Jay Gould on his bookshelf as well. Feel free to get in touch with him if you want
- Want to know what book comes next in a series?
- Want to know what book comes next in a series? FictFact is a favorite resource among librarians and it's free!
- As we've recently switched from wordpress to sitefinity for our blogs, it seems like a good time to revisit some of our best posts from the past few years. I wrote this post in April of 2012 and FictFact remains one of my favorite resources EVER. I love to read books in a series. A few, want to check the reading order for books in a series. That said, I have recently discovered a site, for series-lovers. What do I love about this website? Free email notification when new books
| Aug 15, 2018
Here are just a few books published this year for parents, teachers, as a librarian is inside my branch. I do everything from checking in books, leading homeschool programs, or a great time. Persona 5 has the distinction of having an opening animation so good that I am, 20, 2018
Meg: frantic about nature and good music, year at Culver Creek Preparatory School in Alabama includes good friends and great pranks
- Upcoming releases between the dates of June 15, 2016 and July 14, 2016.
- As summer crawls a little closer maybe it's time to take a few books to the beach. Here are a few upcoming releases coming to you between June 15 and July 14, 2016. These books are garnering good reviews. And, remember by little Petunia's these are the publishing dates not the dates they will line your local library shelves. Historical Romance Johanna Lindsey Make Me Love You, is an avid reader of historical romance books, maybe with a little trip into paranormal land
- Vampire flicks: movies you can't see in a mirror
- As You Like It... the place to go for literary news, books reviews, and much more...
- , here are a few recent films to pique your interest. A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night Iranian, , so you can give it watch without ever leaving the house. Good thing, because you never know who, with Park Chan-wook's Thirst, Tomas Alfredson's Let the Right One In, or the surprisingly good, plenty of Neil Gaiman, Seamus Heaney, and Stephen Jay Gould on his bookshelf as well. Feel free to get