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New Stuff Tuesday — July 18, 2017

All Aunt Hagar’s Children By Edward P. Jones PS3560.O4813 A77 2006 New Arrivals Island, 2nd floor Although¬†not a new book in the world, this is a new book to our library. It is well worth your time if you love … Continue reading

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Summer Reading – Truly Madly Guilty

Truly Madly Guilty by Liane Moriarty PR9619.4.M67 T78 2016 Browsing Collection, Books, 2nd floor Australian Liane Moriarty’s recently released latest novel is about a barbecue and is also near the pinnacle of the New York Times Best Sellers list this … Continue reading

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Summer Reading – All the Light We Cannot See

All the Light We Cannot See is a wonderfully moving novel was 10 years in the making and was well worth the wait. 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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Friday Fun: The Sopranos

Did you know? The last episode of HBO‘s drama The Sopranos aired on June 10th in 2007. Hard to believe it’s been that long. Steven Holden, writing for The New York Times in 1999 said, “”The Sopranos” sustains its hyper-realism … Continue reading

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The Book Thief

This lengthy and leisurely story is set in small town Nazi Germany and follows the life of a young illiterate girl, Liesel, from when she’s fostered at age nine into her teenage years. Continue reading

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“Into the North” with Luis Urrea

Luis Alberto Urea, author of Into the beautiful north and professor in the English Department at the University of Illinois-Chicago, will provide the final Fall 2014 Contemporary Issues Lecture on Mon., Dec. 1, at 7pm in the Young Auditorium. Andersen … Continue reading

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Book Sale – September 2014

It’s time for new books for the monthly sale Continue reading

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Patricia Cornwell – summer reading

Bestselling crime novelist Patricia Cornwell, creator of crime-solving medical examiner Kay Scarpetta, was born on June 9th in 1956. Looking for a few good books to read? Do you like CSI? Try her novels! Search Research@UWW for a list of … Continue reading

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Honoring Michael Crichton

Tomorrow, October 23, is the anniversary of Michael Crichton’s birth. He died on November 4, 2008. You can join me in celebrating this popular author’s life and accomplishments by reading some of his novels. More information about his life is … Continue reading

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