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September's Book of the month

Each month we will choose two books that we would like to recommend for adults and young people. We would be interested to hear your views on the titles so please let us know your thoughts via Facebook or Twitter. 374 more words


Book Review: The Baker's Daughter

Title: The Baker’s Daughter

Author:  Sarah McCoy

Rating: Three meows

Selection Reason: Got it as a cheap e-book edition!

Overview: Elsie is a young lady during WWII and faces a number of trials and hardships growing up during this time period. 199 more words



Q: What is the chief end of man?

A: To glorify God, and to enjoy Him forever.

When one of my Bible teachers at the small Christian school I attended as a child introduced me and my classmates to the Westminster shorter catechism, I knew none of its history. 381 more words

Favorite Books

You can tell a lot about someone from the stuff they read, so I suppose this is my introduction to you. There’s a lot of books out there. 580 more words

Stop Telling me What to Read

Just stop.

How many times have I said on here that I DO NOT TAKE BOOK SUGGESTIONS? I wish I had a count. Because I’ve said it more than enough. 167 more words

New leads to new books

We had a pretty good book discovery chat on Friday, all of us tossing out our ideas of where we tend to find our reads. I didn’t even think of mentioning social media, but here on Saturday morning as I drink my coffee, think about my new classes, and scroll through my social media news feeds, I’ve come upon a blog post by Elizabeth Zdrodowski written for a blog called The Nerdy Book Club (how appropriate is that?). 234 more words

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Sing-along Picture Books

 Welcome guest blogger Meghan Smith; the 2015 teen summer intern at the Bainbridge Public Library.

Reading singalong books with children is a great way to develop early literacy skills. 154 more words

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