15 Excellent Books by Korean American Authors You Should Read
Celebrate the literary contributions of Korean Americans.
10 End Times Titles to Prepare for The Last of Us on HBO
A sudden pandemic. Societal collapse. Fungal infections that turn people into zombie-like mushroom people. No, it's not 2020, it's The Last of Us!
The DREAM Project: Disability Representation, Education and Awareness in Media resources for Preschool/ Kindergarten; Early Elementary (1-3)
The Library has partnered with the Ability Center to increase awareness of literature that focuses on, includes, and/or is created by people with disabilities. Take a look at these great books for children!
Banned Books Week 2021: Resources for Middle School (6-8); High School: (9-12)
Teaching frequently challenged books can be a daunting task. Banned books are guaranteed to contain controversial subject matter demanding thoughtful and provoking dialogue.
Bookception: Books about Books, Libraries, Reading, and Writing
Explore a variety of fiction, nonfiction, mysteries, and science fiction perfect for book lovers!
Children’s Library & Teen Recommends – Summer 2021
Youth Services Librarians love to read, too! Check out what your favorite Children’s and Teen Librarians at Main Library are reading, whether it be a picture book about penguins, a middle grade adventure in a treehouse, vampires in Louisiana, or a time-traveling phone booth!
National Library Week resources for PreK-Grade 3
National Library Week resources for Preschool/ Kindergarten; Early Elementary (1-3)
Fact and Fiction Recommends Spring 2021
Reading recommendations from the Fact and Fiction department Librarians at Main Library.
If You Like Historical Fiction
If you liked these five historical fiction books, chances are you will like these other five!
Picture Books of the Lost… and Found
Some of the world's greatest picture books are about losing things, and I have a list of them right here... wait a minute, where did that list go?
Books on the Big Screen
Which is better, the book of the movie? Here are some of our favorite book and movie adaptations you will enjoy.
Louise Glück and Other Nobel Prize Winning Authors
Poet Louise Glück recently became the latest author to receive a surprise phone call from the Nobel committee. It puts her in good -- if sometimes eccentric -- company.
8 Ways to Learn More About the Legendary John Lewis
Whether you're a book reader, a movie buff, or a graphic novel aficionado, the library has what you need to find out more about congressman and civil rights hero John Lewis.
Check Us Out 24/7
Customers are now able to pick up Library materials 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at certain locations!
Encouraging a Love of Reading from a Young Age
Cultivating a lifelong love of books and reading early on has innumerable benefits
Songs Inspired by Books
Ever since Ancient Greece music has looked to the printed page for inspiration.
Hot Titles For Summer And Fall 2016
Here's a look at the hot titles coming out later this year, announced at Book Expo America (BEA), the place to find out about the most anticipated titles for summer and fall.
- 101 Picture Book Challenge
- Arts, Crafts and Hobbies
- Business and Investing
- Children and Parenting
- Computers and Technology
- Cooking, Home and Garden
- eBooks and Audiobooks
- Health and Wellness
- History and Politics
- Library News
- Local History
- Movies and Music
- Mysteries and Thrillers
- Nature and Travel
- New Books and Movies
- PreK-12 Teaching and Learning
- Research and Resources
- Science Fiction and Fantasy
- Tech Tools and Making
- Teen and Pre-Teens
- Writing and Publishing
- Off the Shelf – Fall 2021
- Off the Shelf – Fall 2022
- Off the Shelf – Summer 2022
- Off the Shelf – Summer 2023
- Off the Shelf – Winter 2022
- Off the Shelf – Winter 2023
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