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Flu Review - "About Your Father and Other Celebrities I Have Known" by Peggy Rowe


     If you’ve ever heard of the TV show, “Dirty Jobs”, you’ve heard of the son of this author.  Mike Rowe, a TV and internet fixture, is not the funniest person in his family.  Mike would even tell you so.  That honor goes…

Flu Review - The Explorers: The Door In The Alley by, Adrienne Kress


Sebastian, a very regular sort of boy with a regular sort of life finds himself in a very irregular situation.  It all started with his very unpredictable cousin taking the wrong…

Flu Review - The Betrothed by Kiera Cass

If you enjoyed “The Selection” series or the fantastic stand-alone novel…

Flu Review - Again, Again by E. Lockhart

Looking for a unique Young Adult book full of heart that’s sure to make you think? Look no further than Again…

Flu Review - Whispers of Rest by Bonnie Gray

This beautiful book is a journey through learning to value yourself and set aside time to nourish the side of you that many times is neglected.  It is written into…

Flu Review - Nancy and Plum by Betty MacDonald

“Nancy and Plum”    by Betty MacDonald


     If you enjoy books that make you feel for characters and hope the best for them, you will love “Nancy and Plum”.  Like “A Little…

Flu Review - The Screaming Staircase by Jonathan Stroud

In a time when ghosts and specters are a common place sight, Lockwood &
Company is ready to take on the challenge. While most of the ghost hunting is
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Will you still use eBooks?

Exciting News! The Library will be opening back up to the public on June 15!

If you hadn't used our digital collections before the closure, what did you think?  Isn't it astounding how many…

Flu Review (You know, since we're not technically quarantined anymore): The Inspector and Mrs. Jeffries

The Inspector And Mrs. Jeffries, by Emily Brightwell

Mrs. Jeffries is the housekeeper for the detective Witherspoon.  When some befuddling details come to light in a murder case the inspector is assigned to, Mrs. Jeffries and the entire…

Special Quarantine eBook Review

The Clockwork Scarab, by Colleen Gleason

The beginning of this story takes us to London in 1889, but not just any old London, a fantasized version of steam, gears and lace up boots.  Two young women by the names…

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