Love the idea of a book club, but you don’t have time to attend meetings? No problem!
We won’t have meetings, but anyone who reads or listens to that month’s title, either with physical copies or digital copies, can participate in our online discussion boards on Facebook and our blog posts.
If you’re busy, but love to read, this could be the perfect Book Club for you! Join us and keep the conversation going!
The April Online Book Club title is Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell by Susanna Clarke.
Celebrate the bold, smart, courageous, and creative contributions and changes that women caused in our society with these books during Women’s History Month.
Celebrate Women’s History Month this March with one (or a few!) of these kids’ books celebrating the amazing accomplishments of women. Pick up a biography about a well-known figure in history like Amelia Earhart, or go for a title that introduces someone new to you. Women have long played pivotal roles in American and world history and this month we recognize all women who overcome everyday obstacles to accomplish truly great things.
Check out this list of just a few titles for babies, kids, and teens, featuring stories by black authors and stories about black characters. Call or visit your local branch and ask a librarian to build a list of other books for you to enjoy during Black History Month and all year long.
Officially celebrated in the United States since 1976, Black History Month is the perfect time to discover the contributions of African Americans, honor their stories and explore their experiences. Check out the #OwnVoices titles below available in a variety of formats including physical, eBook, and audiobook.
This is always a great time of year in Book Land – lots of books by bestselling authors and hot new debuts are published in December as part of the gift-giving season. So January is the perfect time to slow down after the holidays and catch up on reading. The perfect way to chase away the winter doldrums! What could be better on a winter day than a hot, new book and a cup of tea (or the toasty beverage of your choice)?