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eAudiobooks for SRP

There's only one month left to log pages/minutes for summer reading! But what if you're on vacation but still want to read? Check out eAudiobooks from Libby or Hoopla! Listening to eAudiobooks in the car is a fantastic way to count reading pages for the entire family! (Don't know the page count of the eAudiobook you're listening to? Don't worry! You can also count how many minutes you spend reading!)…

Flu Review - Daughters of the Occupation by Shelly Sanders

Daughters of the Occupation was a beautiful and haunting book. This is not a story for the faint of heart, as it depicts graphic scenes of the holocaust in Latvia, but it is a story that needs to be told and needs to be read.…

Flu Review - Brides of Rome by Debra Macleod

The Brides of Rome focuses on the world of the Vestal Virgins, primarily Pomponia. The book had a slow start and a confusing prologue because we never circled back to the events in the prologue. However, the book did pick up speed as we…

eMaterials for Summer Reading!

Did you know that you can count eBooks and eAudiobooks towards your Summer Reading goals? If reading eBooks, simply find the page count from the paper version of the book (or we'll find it for you!) and use that number. If listening to eAudiobooks, count minutes spent reading. It's as easy as that! So check out all your favorites on Libby, Hoopla, or any other digital reading platform and get reading…

Flu Review - The Last Party by Cassidy Lucas

 

What was this book? Was it written as a drama for the CW but never got picked up because of COVID? I felt like this book was just one giant messy plot hole and I didn't understand how or why any of the plot events ever actually happened.

Flu Review - Sisters of Night and Fog by Erika Robuck

 

Sisters of Night and Fog was a beautifully written story about how bravery manifests in people, especially in underrated people.

The author began her work showing the lives of two very different women as Germany…

Flu Review - Very Bad People by Kit Frick

 

If you like the dark academia literature genre of Karen McMannus or Mindy McGinnis, check out Kit Frick’s latest novel, Very Bad People

Flu Review - Book Lovers by Emily Henry

Book Lovers should be the standard for modern romance. It made no pretense of trying to deny that it fell into romance tropes, it straight up told you in the prologue that this was one big trope on top of another and that worked. You know going…

Flu Review - Flora and Ulysses by Kate DiCamillo

If you are in the market for a heart-felt middle grade novel, look no further than “Flora and Ulysses” by Kate DiCamillo. From the author that brought you “Because…

Flu Review - Harry and the Guinea Pig by Gene Zion

 

Are you looking for another picture book to read to your littles? Well look no further than the latest adventure of Harry the Dirty Dog! These books are…

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