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Book Review: Thanks for the Trouble by Tommy Wallach

Parker is a high school senior who hasn’t said a word in the last five years, not a peep, not even to laugh out loud. Zelda is the mysterious woman he meets in a hotel lobby over a stolen wallet … Continue reading

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Winter is coming….

  Can a group of misfits led by a cyborg save Earth from the evil witch queen of the moon? Will the Big Bad Wolf be able to save his alpha female, Scarlet? Is Cinderella getting her happily ever after? … Continue reading

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Book Review: Archivist Wasp, by Nicole Kornher-Stace

Wasp has always believed in her duty as the Archivist.  In the cruel post-apocalyptic landscape of her world where the few who live struggle to survive, she has maintained the archives of the world’s shrouded, cataclysmic past and held onto … Continue reading

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What are all the Post-It notes I see stuck on the 1st floor windows at the Central Library?

We’re so glad you asked that question because we are really excited about upcoming changes on the first floor.  The Post-It Art is to highlight the Downtown Branch Teen Center which we will be expanding later this summer. We are … Continue reading

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My teacher was telling our class that there was a time when women couldn’t even vote. I can’t believe girls put up with that. My teacher said I should learn more about women’s history and feminism. Can you show me some books?

Yes! We have books on women’s history, current day gender inequality and all the waves of feminism!  A good place to start is The Feminist Promise: 1792 to the Present by Christine Stansell, which gives a chronological history of the feminist … Continue reading

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