The most recent book that jumped off the new book table and into my bag was How Not to Kill Your Houseplant by Veronica Peerless. Now, I don’t know about you but I love collecting house plants, unfortunately for me, it doesn’t matter how hard I try they always die.
It’s board games! Okay, so technically not a book, but it has rules and I have to read those, right?
September is National Library Card Sign Up month and the books highlighted chosen by Circulation Assistant, Carolyn Karns are some of the best reasons to visit the library soon! In “Bakers Secret” by Stephan Kiernan: Set in Normandy during World War II a German officer smells bread and demands a sample, he tells the young
Wow. August has arrived and as school begins, we’re excited to share some of the books we’ve been reading and recommending to friends this summer.
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