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Library Blog

Need reading recommendations? Check out the blog posts below!

Posts are shared every Wednesday. You can also subscribe to the RSS feed.

MEET THE BLOGGERS

  Jazmin writes about nonfiction (self-help), graphic novels, YA fiction, and audiobooks.
  Zoe writes about YA fiction, manga, nonfiction, fantasy, and science fiction.
  Kim writes about nonfiction (true crime, disasters, investigative journalism, pop culture, history), thrillers, YA magical realism, science fiction, dystopias, and graphic novels/manga.

Plus! We have guest bloggers from our branches every month to share their latest reads!  

LATEST REVIEWS

December 7, 2022

Years back, I saw a quirky British sitcom called Chewing Gum. It was about a character from a religious background emerging as an adult. I resonated so strongly with the main character that it was a show that always stuck with me. Recently, I saw the actress had written a book expanding upon a lecture she delivered at the Edinburgh International Television Festival, so, eagerly, I picked it up.

Read the full post by Jazmin

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November 30, 2022

Winter counts are Lakota calendars traditionally made by drawing pictographs of the most important event of the year on a buffalo, or similar, hide. Virgil Wounded Horse’s winter count has been riddled with sorrow for most of his life. After dealing with tremendous losses early in his youth and bullied for being only half Lakota, Virgil decided to distance himself from Lakota traditions and the reservation. However, he is not able to separate himself from the many hardships his community faces.

Read the full post by Sara

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November 23, 2022

Maximilien Robespierre was the central figure of the Reign of Terror. A period of the French Revolution in which the enemies of the French Republic were tried and executed by guillotine. Paradoxically, this same Robespierre was also called "The Incorruptible" for his almost monomaniacal devotion to liberty and Reason. He was an advocate against war and, even in private, despised the death penalty.

Read the full post by Phil

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November 16, 2022

Even terrible people can fall in love. 

At least, that's what the cursed version of Prince Charming seems to think in the YA Fantasy Violet Made of Thorns by Gina Chen. There's a prophecy by a dying witch that suggests the Prince will be destroyed-- unless he gets married. And the Prince resents the push to hurry up and find a bride.

Read the full post by Kimberly C.

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