“Murder on Black Swan Lane” by Andrea Penrose

Lord Wrexford lives his life on his terms, and scorns anyone who gets in his way.  But when the man he very recently and very publicly argued with is murdered, his freedom – and his life – are put in jeopardy when he suddenly becomes the number one suspect.  He quickly decides the best way […]

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1st Floor Restroom Construction

Big news! Starting Monday April 2nd our 1st floor restrooms are being entirely redone! They will be closed to the public for the duration of construction, approximately 2 1/2 months. The 2nd floor restrooms in the auditorium foyer will be the main public restrooms. They are elevator accessible. Please be patient with extra noise, dust, […]

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Testing & Education Reference Center

SAT stress got you down?  Check out one of our favorite resources – the Testing & Education Reference Center!  This database is amazing.  You can practice writing and math skills, do test prep for all kinds of different exams (like the SAT, the GMAT, and the US Citizen Test), and try out their resume builder […]

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“The Language of Secrets” by Ausma Zehanat Khan

As the head of Canada’s Community Policing Section, Esa Khattak handles any cases that may be sensitive to minorities, particularly the Muslim community.  When a dear friend, Mohsin Dar, is killed while investigating a suspected terrorist cell, Khattak enlists his partner Rachel Getty to act as a recent Muslim convert at the mosque Dar was […]

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Great Books for Women’s History Month

March is the perfect time to read about some awesome ladies!  We’ve put together a list of our favorite women in fiction and non-fiction.  Put one on hold today!   Fiction Picks: Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng A family and town are irrevocably changed by the arrival of a mother and daughter.  This book […]

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