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Cassandra’s Staff Picks for Adults

Spilled Milk by K.L. Randis - FIC RAN The true story of a young girl who realizes the abuse she is enduring is not the norm and fights within a broken system to escape the cruelty of her home. Honey Girl by ...

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Children’s Reads for AAPI Heritage Month

May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month! Check out these title to celebrate and learn! Board Books Lunar New Year (2018) by Hannah Eliot ; illustrated by Alina ChauOne, Two, Three Dim Sum: A Mandarin-English Counting Book (2020) by Rich ...

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2021 Teens’ Top Ten Nominee List

Below are pictures of the 2021 Teens' Top Ten Nominee List. Click the BUTTON you will go to the actual list with links to request the book in print, e-book and or audio book. Link to 2021 Teens' Top Ten Nominee List

Channel Your Inner Baker with These Cookbooks

While I do enjoy scrolling through the internet trying to find fun recipes, I personally feel nothing beats flipping through a cookbook. Not only are the pictures stunning, they usually contain great tips and tricks that help bring a recipe ...

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Earth Month Reads for Children

April is Earth Month! Check out these books to learn more about the Earth and how to protect it. Board Books Rocks (2020) by Emmy KastnerWhat Do You See? : A Lift-the-Flap Book About Endangered Animals (2009) by Stephen Krensky ; illustrated ...

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Good Books to Good Movies (and Television)

Many movie and television adaptions of books are sub-par, but there are some wonderful exceptions. Kristine, one of our Adult Services Reference Librarians, has put together a list of good movies and television shows inspired by good books. To Kill a ...

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LGBTQ+ Romances

1. Boyfriend Material by Alexis Hall Luc O’Donnell is the son of aging rock stars, when his employers at the charity he works for raise concern about his appearance in the tabloids, Luc asks his friends to help him find a ...

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My Top Five Horror Novels

…that weren't written by Stephen King. A few months ago I posted my top ten Stephen King novels, many of them falling into the horror genre. This month I'll take a moment to list my five favorite horror novels written ...

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African American History Month for Teens

Do you want to read some exciting books for teens that are written and feature African Americans? The selection below has something for everyone, including nonfiction, historical fiction, graphic novels and contemporary fiction. Bibliography