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21: Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov

I still don’t understand the hype. I don’t know that it’s creepy so much as uncomfortable. It’s beautifully written, most of the time. But I don’t quite know what makes it  262 more words


Summer reading list for all ages!

Just because school is letting out for thousands of Mid-South students doesn’t mean it’s time to put down the books!

Liz Phillips is the librarian at… 655 more words

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Summer Reading Soirée & Seneca!

Dear Readers,

On Saturday, June 27th I’ll be holding my annual Summer Reading Soirée! 

The theme will be “Summer Reading”–exploring the world of children’s picture books, folk and fairy tales, and best picks for family read-alouds.  685 more words

Children's Books

Friday Ramblings From An Author-A New Book and Another Freebie Friday

It’s a holiday weekend for those in the US and UK so I decided to get an early start and had what I called a… 368 more words

Friday Ramblings

The Smart Girl's Guide to Summer Beach Reads

Let us guess: It’s already May, and you haven’t made a start on your New Year’s resolution to “read more books.” We get it, you’re busy–but this long weekend is about as good a chance as you’re going to get to make good on your resolution and enjoy some down time with a novel. 1,035 more words


West End TAB wants you to join the Summer Reading Club!

Watch the West End TAB’s video to promote the Summer Reading Club. The theme for this year is Every Hero Has a Story. You can be the hero of your very own reading adventure and win prizes by participating in the Summer Reading Club from June 1st through August 31st. 6 more words

Reading Clubs

Staff Summer Reading (part 1)

It’s a mass of black gowns and caps in front of the library today, so we’re going to kick off summer with our first installment of Staff Summer Reading posts! 416 more words

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