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Dear friend...reflections on the "Art of Letter Writing"

Tuesday night we hosted a delightful program about “The Art of Letter Writing”.  I’d like to thank Kamila Miller for putting something together on the idea and for coming to present to us. 225 more words

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Read of the Week: ALL IN

I love to read things that challenge me & push me forward. Good reading makes me wave my hand like a church mother on first sunday. 625 more words


African History told by Ryszard Kapuściński

I know how this goes, most of you are now laying down on the sand or relaxing in the mountains, visiting families and so on and so forth. 83 more words


Summer Reading – Library Staff Picks

There are still a few weeks of summer left and we wanted to share some our suggestions for good reads you might want to take in before returning to school . 783 more words

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GHCL Staff Featured Recommendations: Julie W.

Here’s your weekly reading inspiration list!  Today our featured staff member Julie W., library page.  Below are her recommended reads and why!

These books (and any featured on our weekly Monday blog) can be used on the “Read a Staff or Board Member Recommendation” of the 2014 Adult Summer Reading Log.  430 more words

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Book Group Discussion: The Grace of Silence by Michele Norris

This month the Garden Home Community Library book club is discussing The Grace of Silence by Michele Norris.  I currently have 3 copies of the book available for check out. 107 more words

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GHCL Featured Staff Picks: Basil F.

I have some more recommended reads to share with you.  This week’s featured staff member is Basil F., who works on-call for us.  Garden Home copies are on order; there are copies in WCCLS.  292 more words

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