Need something to watch? A good book to listen to? We’ve got you covered! If you see something that interests you, give us a call or visit the catalog to put one on hold.
Ever wonder what goes on behind the scenes in the Children’s Room? Supervisor Melinda is here to share all the details of her day!
From the publisher: Brad Hunter has spent over thirty years writing about some of America’s most horrific crimes. In this new book he enters the mind of John Wayne Gacy, the real-life Killer Clown, often said to be the inspiration for Stephen King’s evil Pennywise in It. Drawing on his many years’ experience investigating and interviewing perpetrators of terrible crimes, Hunter seeks to understand what drove Gacy to unleash a reign of terror in suburban Chicago.
September 18-24 is Banned Books Week, and we’re celebrating by protecting the freedom to read for all library patrons.
From the publisher: The highly anticipated sequel to Raybearer, the instant New York Times bestselling fantasy sensation that set the world on fire.
No one likes applying for jobs, making resumes, or going through interviews. The whole process is foreign, and many people just want to start working. Unfortunately, the online job search process is a reality in today’s world. When job searching, knowing yourself and what you want out of employment makes this process easier.
The first Monday in September in the United States is known as Labor Day. The day, proposed in the 1880s and officially designated a federal holiday in 1894, honors and recognizes the American labor movement and the works and contributions of laborers to the development and achievements of the United States. In celebration of the day, the library is closed, but we hope you can still enjoy some literature and history on this day. Locally born poet Carl Sandburg was a big supporter of Labor Day, and to honor that today we share a poem from Sandburg: