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Mistletoe Favorites

The Holiday Season is a special time of year filled with family, love, and even a little romance. Check out our Mistletoe Favorites display in the library. Looking for an electronic Holiday romance? Check out these audiobooks and eBooks! A Cedar Cove Christmas by Debbie Macomber eBook & eAudiobook A Christmas Conspiracy by Mary Chase Comstock eBook A Christmas Promise by Mary Balogh eBook A Fool’s Gold...

Books for the Thanksgiving Holiday

After you’re done with the Thanksgiving feast, take some time to relax and read a book. Don’t forget the kids! Grab some children’s books to read as a family after the festivities. Thanksgiving Adult Books A Fatal Feast : A Murder, She Wrote mystery by Jessica Fletcher & Donald Bain(also available in eBook) Thanksgiving Night by Richard Bausch Turkey Day murder: a Lucy Stone mystery by Leslie...

Tales for Halloween

Looking for a book to read while handing out some candy? Check out these tales for Halloween. Adults and YA Interview with the Vampire by Anne Rice The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman (YA) The Shining by Stephen King Dracula by Bram Stoker A Graveyard for Lunatics : Another Tale of Two Cities by Ray Bradbury Halloween Murder : a Lindy Haggerty mystery by Shelley Freydont Halloween : From Pagan Ritual to Party Night...

Banned Books Week: Celebrating 30 Years of Liberating Literature

This is the 30th year of ALA’s Banned Book Week. According to Banned Book Week.org, “Banned Books Week was launched in 1982 in response to a sudden surge in the number of challenges to books in schools, bookstores and libraries. More than 11,300 books have been challenged since 1982. For more information on Banned Books Week, click here.” ALA has created a timeline to walk you through the books...

Banned and Challenged Classics

Children’s books aren’t the only pieces of literature that come under the ban hammer. Many classics that have been voted some of the best literature in 20th century have been up to the chopping block. These books are often assigned in literature classes and are beloved by many people. You’ve probably read some yourself or may have some sitting on your bookshelves! Or maybe you haven’t read...
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