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Why I Read: The Serious Pleasure of Books by Wendy Lesser

Readers who appreciate literature, or who would like to increase their knowledge of it would do well to read, Why I Read: The Serious Pleasure of Books by Wendy Lesser.  It is a compa

This is going to sound like a joke, but it’s not.

Two months ago I purchased the book Overwhelmed: Work Love and Play When No One Has the Time for the library.

A Selfish Reader

I was recently at the gym, where I overheard an acquaintance of mine talking about a book she’s been reading.

It's Library Snapshot day!!!

Sounds like fun, doesn’t it?   Each year, library staff members all over the state pause to snap pictures of the varied and wonderful activities taking place within the walls of their lib

Historical Biography – The Peabody Sisters…by Megan Marshall

It is rewarding to read historical biography because it details the life of a person and how he or she was perceived by others.

Requests throughout the Year!

At the reference desk we see certain cycles on the subjects people request. Around the winter holidays it’s cookbooks and craft books.

This tool might save your sanity …

Computers come with many tools, but aside from copy and paste the most useful tool I have come across is the Snipping Tool (or Grab for Macs).  This little tool will help you prove to IT that

Rise and Shine Yoga

I love doing yoga. I wish I could practice yoga every day, or even every week. I like that when you do yoga, it’s called a “practice”, not a “perfect”.

On the Podium: Personal Best

Like many, I have been viewing on television the XXII Olympic Winter Games being held in Sochi, Russia.  It has been engrossing to watch Olympians skiing the mountainous terrain of the Aibiga

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