Someone’s in the Kitchen | Video Reviews

Viewers with a craving for culinary documentaries as well as armchair cooks with a passion for Spanish cuisine and culture will gobble up this savory cinematic treat; For Grace ends on a satisfying note, not just for Duffy and his team but for the delight of the audience as well

July 2017 LibraryReads

The July LibraryReads list is sure to be a hit. New York Times bestselling author Ruth Ware and her new thriller The Lying Game will have you full of anticipation; David Williams’s debut novel, When the English Fall, takes you on an in-depth journey through the life of an Amish farmer; and Hello, Sunshine will […]

Data, Data, Data

These two books are full of information and helpful tips; they’re wonderful for the librarian looking to gain knowledge in reaching and curating data

Mysteries to Microcosmos | Fast Scans: Top Foreign and Indie Picks

Grab a blanket and get cozy, because no matter your taste in movies, we have it here. Dramas, mysteries, comedies, or fascinating new takes on nature documentaries; whatever your preference, this list has got you covered.

13 Craft Books That Will Inspire Creativity

Looking for a new and fresh bathroom idea? want to use up those old t-shirts you have laying around the house? Or do you want to take your calligraphy to the next level? no matter your creative spirit you can find a book here

Summertime Freshness: 10 Outstanding Cookbooks

Desserts that will have your mouth watering, fresh salads that will brighten up any dish, and an outdoor meal that will have your guests wanting more; cooks with all kind of interests will find what they need here

Feminism with Adichie

If you are interested in social change and feminist ideas, both books will give insightful information and encourage discussion with children and adults alike

Things Are Not Always As They Seem: Bone-Chilling Thrillers

A gripping page turner, a satisfying mystery, and psychological thriller that will have you on the edge of your seat; readers who love suspense, horror, and nail-biting-action have come to the right place

Walking with the Greats: 19th-Century Literature

Thought-provoking stories, poetry and interactions with some literary greats; readers that are interested in 19th-century literature and poetry will find more than what they are looking for in these two books

Fighting for Freedom: Abolition Fiction

Two novels with gripping stories and rich historical detail; readers interested in historical fiction and nail-biting adventures will find either one of these books a fascinating read