Posted on Wednesday, August 11, 2021 05:28 AM
August is Read a Romance Month.
Romance is one of the top selling fiction genres that ranges from historical to contemporary, romcoms to thrillers, light to intense. Despite that, it’s often dismissed and not taken seriously, but it’s a lot of work to pull together a romantic story, bring characters to life, and make the reader feel the chemistry. I know several romance authors, so I have a healthy respect for the genre.
Having said that, I don’t read a lot of romance. It’s just not usually my thing,...
Posted on Friday, August 06, 2021 05:42 AM
Each month TSPL looks at the books that have been borrowed the most over the past three months.
Here are the most checked out books between April 1 and July 31, 2021.
- Not Dark Yet by Peter Robinson
- The Rose Code by Kate Quinn
- Find You First by Linwood Barclay
- Finding Ashley by Danielle Steel
- Tom Clancy Target Acquired by Don Bentley
- Sunflower Sisters by Martha Hall Kelly
- Sooley by John Grisham
- Malibu Rising by Taylor Jenkins Reid
- Local Woman Missing by Mary Kubica
- The Last...
Posted on Wednesday, August 04, 2021 04:35 AM
I still read a lot of fiction, but the last decade has seen me reading more non-fiction. I have always been a sucker for a great adventure story, but as I age I realize that some of the most intricate plot lines and mysteries are real! Working here at the library gives me access to all of our new non-fiction and I must say that we have an eclectic offering for my fellow fans of non-fiction. Here are some of the titles I have read in the last few months:
Posted on Wednesday, July 28, 2021 05:13 AM
Did you know our library has a digital creator space? Here we house an area designed as a safe space for tweens and teens to hang out and practice some self-directed learning. This space houses multiple platforms of technology to use and experiment with; a list of our current platforms are:
- Apple Mac Pros
- Green Screens
- 3-D Printing
- Gaming Console
- Raspberry Pi
- Virtual Reality Hardware
Currently, we are waiting until it is safe to open up programs for this space, but they are available for patrons...
Posted on Wednesday, July 21, 2021 05:25 AM
2020 was an incredibly busy year for the library, despite the closures and shut downs of services due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The early months of the year were spent preparing for the library move while continuing with regular library programs and events. In March, April and May, when the library was unexpectedly shut down due to the pandemic, staff members took advantage of the shutdown to pack up the library branches and sell off furnishings and shelving that would not be used in the...