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Missing eMagazines from RBdigital? Check out Overdrive/Libby!

Have you been missing eMagazines now that RBdigital has gone away? Check out the library's newest collection of eMagazines on Overdrive and Libby!

All of the audiobook and magazine content that was previously available on RBdigital is now available through the Overdrive and Libby apps! Simply download the free Libby or Overdrive app and log in with your library card number to access a plethora…

Flu Review - He Fell in Love with His Wife by Edward Roe

 

Are you looking for a quaint, old-fashioned, feel good read to distract yourself from the craziness of modern life? Then look no further than “He Fell in Love with His…

Flu Review - Ghost Hunter's Daughter by Dan Poblocki

Claire is a middle school aged girl who has lost her mother.  Her father is a professional ghost hunter whom she hardly ever sees.  She is staying with her Aunt, a kind loving person,…

Flu Review - The Book Case by Dave Shelton

 

Daphne Blakeway is being shipped off to yet another boarding school; only this one is different than all the rest.   She is suspicious about it anyway because her invitation came out of…

Flu Review - Anxious People by Fredrik Backman

 

As Fredrik Backman says in the beginning, this is a book about idiots.…

Flu Review - Instant Karma

Did you read Marissa Meyer’s Lunar chronicles and fall in love? Have you been anxiously awaiting every.single.thing she writes? You’re not alone! For anyone familiar with Young Adult sci-fi and…

Flu Review - Rutherford Park by Elizabeth Cooke

The Cavendish family is the pillar of strength for the surrounding territory but every giant has weaknesses too.  Lady Cavendish is at a time in her life when she has more questions than answers. …

Flu Review - Flygirl by Sherri L. Smith

Ida is a young woman in the 1940s.  She longs to fly, just like her father.  However, in her world, women do not fly.  Especially black women.  As she gains the courage…

Flu Review - I Killed Zoe Spanos by Kit Frick

Ok, I’m going to go out on a limb here and give this a 5 star rating... you heard me...5 stars. (Ok, maybe more like 4.5, rounded up to 5. But I really liked it a lot, so I'm feeling generous.)

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…

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