Did You Know? You Can Suggest Books To Us!

  Is there a book you’re dying to read? A movie you can’t track down anywhere? Did you know you can ask us to get it for you?  We’d love to hear about the books you want to read or that movie you saw years ago and want to watch again.  Our collection is here […]

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“Delilah Dirk and the Turkish Lieutenant” by Tony Cliff

Do you like a good adventure? Then you’ll love this graphic novel series!  These books tell the story of Delilah Dirk, also known as the “Indiana Jones of the 19th Century,” and her companion Selim.  She’s impetuous and bold, a devil with a sword, and loves chasing adventure more than anything.  Selim is cautious and […]

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History of Thanksgiving!

The Library will be closed 11/22 in celebration of Thanksgiving.  We will re-open Friday, 11/23, at 9:00 AM and resume our usual hours. Happy Thanksgiving!   History of Thanksgiving Using U.S. History in Context from Gale Did you know that there was never a true “first” American Thanksgiving? Or that it didn’t originate in America? […]

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November is Native American Heritage Month!

In honor of Native American Heritage Month, check out The First Strawberries by Joseph Bruchac. Bruchac artfully weaves this Cherokee story of how there came to be strawberries in the world. The first woman and the first man cared for one another for many years, but one day harsh words sent the woman walking into […]

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Gobble Up a Good Cookbook

Thanksgiving is coming and, with it, dreams of the perfect pie for your Thanksgiving table (or is that just me?).  We have the perfect books to help you make your meal end on a delicious, high note that will impress your guests!  Stop in to see our display and check out some fantastic recipes from […]

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