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Reading in Series

One of the most frequent questions we are asked by our readers is “What’s next?” We hear the question so often that we know immediately what they are asking. They are not asking us to predict their future, foretell their

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New Year – New You

At this time of year we are bombarded with ideas for self-improvement. You can’t avoid the constant reminder that the new year brings new opportunities to improve the old you. It’s New Year, new you, right? – new body, new

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Reduce Stress by Reading

It’s that most wonderful time of the year – the world is full of glittering holiday lights, and the joyful sounds of holiday music. We look forward with eager anticipation to sharing evenings with family and friends, and to watching

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Reading Historical Fiction

I will confess that I have not always been a fan of historical fiction. I agreed with Antonia Fraser’s comment, “I can’t read historical fiction because I find the real thing so much more interesting.” Why, I reasoned would anyone

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Discover the Virtual Library

We’re all familiar with the expression What you see is what you get – meaning that nothing is hidden. There is nothing more to see than what you see at the surface. It’s also an acronym used in computing and

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Preserving Our History

As you grow older, I’ve heard it said, it’s the places you remember, not the people. I’m not sure I agree with that statement, perhaps I’m not old enough, but it does give me pause for thought. When I think

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Let’s Have a Conversation

Work in a public library offers fascinating insight into a community. People of different ages, gender, ethnicity, economic status and education enter our door all day long with diverse interests and needs. It is a fundamental principle of library service

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