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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...

Who in the World is the Notorious RBG? By: Pam Lamberger Not many 85-year-old women are known by just their initials. Nor have many been the topic of two big-screen movies in the last six months. But then again, Ruth Bader Ginsburg is far from your standard...

Staff Picks of 2018 As we end 2018 and start getting ready to welcome 2019, we asked our staff to reflect on the books they've read this year. These are their responses and recommendations. An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green A woman in New York City makes...

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...

Finding the Perfect Book! By: Heidi Herald Are you ever in the mood to read something dark and gloomy and set in Scotland; or maybe, a romance that takes place on a Caribbean island? No matter what you are in the mood for, you have access to...

Blow me down, International Talk Like a Pirate Day is Coming By: Nickole Shipley Shiver me timbers, International Talk Like a Pirate Day is Sep 19th, 2018! In preparation, your HEPL library has many options for you. Want to learn to speak like a pirate? HEPL has a...