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Staff Pick of the Week: The Poet Rumi

Mawlānā Jalāl-ad-Dīn Muhammad Rūmī, most commonly referred to as Rumi, was a 13th century Persian poet, Islamic scholar, and Sufi Mystic, among other things.  His poetry covers a wide range of topics, and are amazingly relatable and full of advice centuries later.  These two collections showcase this magnificent poet’s work. […]

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EBook Open Houses: April 6 and 28!!!!! Please register

Have you noticed a change with our ebook program?  You can check out our ebook page for support information, and/or you can come to our EBook Open Houses on Monday, April 6, from 7-8:30 pm and  Tuesday, April 28, from 7:00 – 8:30 PM in the Community Room.  We advise registering beforehand.  Please bring your eReader […]


Staff Pick of the Week: The Fairy Godmother by Mercedes Lackey

  This week’s staff pick kicks off a loose series (meaning that they all occupy the same world but aren’t about the same characters), so you don’t have to read them in order.  The Fairy Godmother looks into what happens when fairy tales go wrong, and how you can change your […]


Staff Pick of the Week: The Marlowe Papers by Ros Barber

This is an easily readable novel in verse, and the staffer who read this absolutely loved this version of the Shakespeare authorship question and wishes it were true. “On May 30th, 1593, a celebrated young playwright was killed in a tavern brawl in London. That, at least, was the official […]


It’s National Reading Month!

It’s National Reading Month!  Even though Winter Reading ends today, we want to encourage you to keep reading, especially since spring officially starts tomorrow (despite the snow)!  If you haven’t started our Read Harder Challenge, it’s a great time to start (find flyers at Circulation and Reference). Don’t know where […]