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Summer Reading – Scott Westerfeld

Scott Westerfeld has written a lot of juvenile fiction, but his best, in my opinion is the steampunk Leviathan Trilogy (Leviathan, Behemoth, Goliath) Continue reading

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Summer Reading – Erin Celello

Summer Reading: Learning to Stay (Main Collection PS3603.E4 L43 2013) and Miracle Beach (Main Collection PS3603.E4 M57 2011) by Erin Celello Continue reading

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Summer Reading – Ann Garvin

Books by Ann Garvin for your summer reading pleasure. Continue reading

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Summer Reading – Vanessa Diffenbaugh

Vanessa Diffenbaugh’s two novels focus on love and upbringing. Continue reading

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Summer Reading – The Fireman

The Fireman is the latest thriller from speculative fiction author Joe Hill Continue reading

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Summer Reading – Zero K

Don Delillo’s latest science fiction work, Zero K, is his 16th novel. Continue reading

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Summer Reading – V. I. Warshawski Novels

Sara Paretsky, author of 17 V. I. Warshawski novels, is well-known in the mystery and detective genres for her hard-boiled female private investigator, a character type that has traditionally been male. Continue reading

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God Help the Child

God Help the Child by Toni Morrison PS3563.O8749 G63 2015 Browsing Collection, Books, 2nd floor Summer is nearly over and fall semester starts on Wednesday. Here’s one last recommendation for a book you might enjoy. Nobel Prize, Pulitzer Prize, and … Continue reading

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Time to Go Says Ms. Picoult

Jodi Picoult is at it again with last year’s best selling book Leaving Time: A Novel. Continue reading

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Seventeen Hours of Solitude, or Springfield and Back Again

Are you going on a long road trip this summer and looking for some entertainment to make it less onerous? Continue reading

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