Staff Picks For Adults

Thank You for Your Service: Veterans Day 101 By: Pam Lamberger This day, dedicated to the recognition of those who serve as members of our military, arrives dependably each year like the cadence of a military march. It is easy to take for granted the sacrifices of...

August is Read-A-Romance Month Review by: Ally Muterspaw August is Read-A-Romance Month, which has been celebrated since 2013 for romance readers to celebrate their love of love. While the romance genre is infinite, here are some newer and inclusive romances to read. The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang...

Space Books By: Julia Welzen The library’s A Universe of Stories summer reading program has officially begun and books about space are a perfect complement to it. Don’t think space books are your thing? Try these titles or talk to a librarian – we love to help...

Books to celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month Review by: Ally Muterspaw May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, so read some various and works by Asian and Asian American authors to celebrate! Death Notice, by Zhou Haohui, follows the aftermath of a respected...

The Age-old Dilemma - What Should I Read Next? By: Pam Lamberger We bibliophiles occasionally encounter a bothersome dilemma. Imagine that you have just finished a book that you fully enjoyed and you want to continue with others in the same series or perhaps find another novel...

Spring Transformations: Books About Inspiring Transformations By: Heidi Herald It’s been a long time coming, but it is now officially Spring! Spring is a time for renewal and rebirth as the world awakens from the long winter. Celebrate the return of Spring with these seven books about...

Grow With Us This Spring! By: Julia Welzen Have you heard about seed libraries? Users can “check out” seeds to grow in their own gardens that year, but you don’t need to bring the seeds back and there are no overdue fees. You’ll find seed libraries all...

Bibliotherapy : A Librarian’s Favorite Form of Shelf-Help By: Julia Welzen We read The Little Paris Bookshop by Nina George as this month’s selection in the book discussion I lead. It’s a lovely book, but the bit that spurred the most conversation was the role of the main...

Rainy Day Reads By: Kirsten Edwards April is made for reading.  Escape the dreary weather and curl up with a rainy day read guaranteed to entertain. Fiction: The Art of Racing in the Rain by Garth Stein has been a patron favorite for years.  It’s the story of Enzo,...