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Practice Makes Perfect

Are you looking for a cute, quick read to help you escape? Then Practice Makes Perfect by Sarah Adams could be the book for you. If you are looking for a sweet, muscled tattooed man to sweep you off your feet then you will want to read about Will Griffin. If you are looking for the girl next door who falls for the bad boy, then Annie and Will are the couple for you! 

"Annie Walker…

Hispanic Heritage Month

September 15 – October 15 is National Hispanic Heritage Month.

Celebrate the month by reading books written by Hispanic authors.

Be sure to check out the display table at the top of the stairs to explore some of the wonderful options we have in our collection.

You Have Died of Dysentery: The Oregon Trail

When I was in elementary school in the 90's there was no cooler computer game than Oregon Trail. Everyone anxiously awaited the moment in computer lab when we were given free time to play. You spent so much time and imaginary money trying to keep your little computer family alive to start a new life in the fertile land of Oregon. There was no greater promoter of Manifest Destiny than this computer…

Short & Sweet

Sometimes a short book can be just what you need. Whether you are trying to get out of a reading slump, want to boost your yearly book count, or just want something short in between a couple longer reads, they are the perfect choice.

Short books are typically under 250 pages. But here are 3 books that are extra short. While they are short enough that they would make sense as part of a collection…

Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month

May is Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month. 

Celebrate the month by reading books written by AAPI authors.

Be sure to check out the display table at the top of the stairs to explore some of the wonderful options…

New Poetry Titles

Now that Spring has made it's debute, many of us are finding our days quickly filling up with sports, school events, outdoor exercising, and the ever fun spring cleaning. While the sun is staying out later, that does not mean that you find yourself with more free time, and…

New Films

How films are made and released have changed over the past few years due to the pandemic. Some films are still released into theaters while others are released on the various streaming services that are available. Films are also released on DVD and Blu-ray earlier than in the past. Here are some of the newly released films on DVD that I recommend to watch.

“Downton Abbey: a new era”, is…

Interested in a good film?

Here are some great new movies available at the Warsaw Community Public Library.

“Dear Evan Hansen” is a musical that explores the poignant desire for human connection in the tumultuous life of one young man. Evan is shy, lonely, and bullied for it, teeming with the irrepressible emotions all too familiar with anyone who’s ever been a teenager. After a tragedy strikes, Evan's life suddenly…

May is Mental Health Awareness Month

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Each year millions of Americans face the reality of living with a mental illness. Each May we raise awareness about the importance of mental health and its impact on the well-being of all Americans, including children, adults, families, and communities across our Nation.  The stigma around mental health has long existed, even though times are changing. Still,…

Radium Girls

In the 1920s, young working-class women could land a job working with a “miracle” substance called radium. Radium was widely heralded as an incredible new substance having been discovered just 20 years earlier by French physicists Marie Curie and Pierre Curie. It appeared to have an infinite number of uses. One of the first was to make the numbers on clocks and watches easier to see. Workers were…

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