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December 2021 - New Movies & TV Releases

With a month of planning and preparation ahead, don’t forget to set some time aside for yourself.  Sit back, relax and escape the hustle and bustle of the season by selecting one of the many releases your library will be adding to its collection during the month of December. The adaptation o...

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December 2021 - New Books

Grab some hot cocoa and a comfy throw, and warm up to a book or two from our curated December 2021 book drops. This month we have a wide assortment of new books that might interest you. Sosuke Natsukawa. The Cat Who Saved Books. Book-loving high school student Rintaro Natsuki is on the verge of s...

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Reimagine, Retell, Read! YA Takes on Classic Tales

One of my favorite types of stories are those that take a well loved tale and breathe new life into it.  Setting a familiar story in more modern times, adding a new perspective, taking the core of an oft-told tale and sending the usual plot in wild new directions . . . I love it all. Whether...

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November is National Native American Heritage Month

Native American Heritage Month is a celebration of the traditions, beliefs, customs, and culture of the indigenous communities that literally formed the foundation of our nation.  There is much to reflect on and learn about when it comes to the Native American historical experience in the ...

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November 2021 - New Movies & TV Releases

A bounty of new releases to speak of this month across numerous categories.  Why don’t you reserve several for your viewing pleasure in anticipation of the Thanksgiving weekend? For those of you who enjoy music history, these new releases might spark a bit of nostalgia.  In “The Bee Gee...

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November 2021- New Books

This month we are featuring some of our favorite long-standing series characters who are returning for more adventures in the month of November. Ace Atkins brings PI Spenser back (book 50!) in Robert B. Parker’s Bye Bye Baby. Carolina Garcia-Ramirez is a rising star in national politics, taking o...

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Spooky Short Stories

As the nights grow longer and the dark closes in, the desire for literary thrills and chills may last beyond Halloween. Fortunately, horror is always in season in our collection. In this post we're highlighting short horror fiction, which has been a staple of the genre since the 19th century and has...