You may have noticed that we have launched a new website! We’re excited about it and hope you are too. We think you will find it helpful and easy to use. We have added the following enhancements to make your experience a positive one: Quick access buttons for your library account and the improved event calendar. […]
A girl named Nina has spent her whole life with a small group stranded on Mars. Their ancestors were the first wave to colonize the planet, but then a tragedy befell Earth, and no one else followed. For generations they have survived, maintaining a strict population limit, and striving day in and day out to […]
Genre lovers have a lot to be excited about this week, as most of the best new books being released fall under either the Suspense, Sci-Fi, or Historical Fiction headers.
Typical graduation speeches are full of platitudes and seemingly sage advice, all designed to make the listener feel special. Author Carl Hiaasen thinks that might not be the best way to go, and instead offers up this witty but realistic look at what graduates should expect from life now that they’ll be sent out to […]
Variety is the spice of life, and this week’s selection of exciting new books has it in spades.
Inspired by the real events captured in the documentary “Paris Is Burning”, this novel follows the lives of 4 young, Latin-American, gay and transgender people in 1980’s New York. Angel, Venus, Juanito, and Daniel all left behind troubled pasts to try and make it on their own in the city, and wind up forming their […]
It’s one of life’s great mysteries. You’re in the shower, shampooing your hair and thinking about your day, when you suddenly feel something brush against your leg. You quickly turn around to discover that it’s only the shower curtain, billowing in towards you. But why is it doing that?