Tech Talk Time

Connect Tech Technology, a word that is both enlightening and terrifying to our society. Right now, as the world has paused, the use of virtual technology and online resources to … Continued

Haben Girma

Black History Month is a time to remember those who started the fight against the societal imbalance between races, classes and cultures. We have so many idols to thank for … Continued

An Epistolary blog post.

Dear Reader/future reader/past readers/whoever wants to read this. It is just below an understatement how important books have been in my life. It isn’t just about the book itself but … Continued

Blast off to Summer Reading!

Summer at the library means books books books!  The Summer reading program is not just for teens and kids, it’s also for all our avid adult readers! There is a … Continued

Effort Counts Twice

I have a twin sister who constantly gives me great things to include clothes, advice and book suggestions. Our book tendencies are opposite. I lean towards fiction while she leans … Continued

Going Some Where Else

Have you ever come across a book that felt like it was fated to find you? Like you were meant to read it due to its parallel’s with current life … Continued

Inu no shima : Isle Of dogs.

Let’s talk about Wes Anderson. A few years ago I was introduced to the Wes Anderson films through the brilliant movie Moonrise Kingdom. I loved the style, the symmetry, and … Continued

Creed. doc.

The Body of Christopher Creed (DB 52758) by Carol Plum-Ucci is a fiction novel that follows the story of a high school student named Torey as he navigates through his feelings … Continued

The Lessons of Westover.

At the end of last year Tara Westover’s memoir Educated (DB 90188) had popped up on my radar more than a few times. After half a dozen mentions I finally placed the … Continued

Got Cows?

When I find myself in search of a new book I pop on over to Goodreads for inspiration. One day while poking around, I came across a book with a … Continued