Join us as we discuss The Fault in our Stars by John Green. Books will be available to borrow at the circulation desk. All ages are invited to this discussion.
Join us as we discuss this new classic. In this celebration of nonconformity, Newbery Medalist Jerry Spinelli weaves a tense, emotional tale about the perils of popularity and the thrill and inspiration of first love.(amazon.com)
All ages welcomed. Books available to borrow at the main desk.
Join us for a discussion of Still Life with Bread Crumbs by Anna Quindlen.
Join us for a discussion of The Broken Teaglass by Emily Arsenault. In the maze of cubicles at Samuelson Company, editorial assistant Billy Webb struggles to focus while helping to prepare the next edition of a dictionary. But there are distractions. He senses that something suspicious is going on beneath this company’s academic façade. What’s more, his (possibly) flirtatious co-worker Mona Minot has just made a startling discovery: a trove of puzzling citations, all taken from the same book, The Broken Teaglass. Billy and Mona soon learn that no such book exists.
Join us for this retelling of the Cinderella story - this time with cyborgs and intergallactic struggle.
Books available to borrow at the circulation desk. All ages welcomed.
Join us for our discussion of this year's KRARI book: Roller Girl by Victoria Jamieson. The first ten to register will receive a free copy of the graphic novel to keep.
Join us for a discussion of A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman. Meet Ove. He’s a curmudgeon—the kind of man who points at people he dislikes as if they were burglars caught outside his bedroom window. He has staunch principles, strict routines, and a short fuse. People call him “the bitter neighbor from hell.” But must Ove be bitter just because he doesn’t walk around with a smile plastered to his face all the time?
Join us for a discussion of Our Souls at Night by Kent Haruf. In the familiar setting of Holt, Colorado, home to all of Kent Haruf’s inimitable fiction, Addie Moore pays an unexpected visit to a neighbor, Louis Waters. Her husband died years ago, as did his wife, and in such a small town they naturally have known of each other for decades; in fact, Addie was quite fond of Louis’s wife.
Join us as we discuss The Carnival at Bray by Jessie Ann Foley. This 2014 Printz Honor Winner is described as "an evocative ode to the Smells Like Teen Spirit Generation and a heartfelt exploration of tragedy, first love, and the transformative power of music." (publisher)
Books are available at the circulation desk to borrow.