Monthly Archives: October 2011

Naked mole rats, dieting, Gatling guns and stinky Martians

Little Davey Martin is bored. Bored bored bored. Why? The book title tells it all: There’s Nothing To Do On Mars. Davey’s family moved to the nice quiet planet to get away from it all. Unfortunately for Davey, Mars is … Continue reading

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Follow that car!

For Cameron Addicott, a regular work week involved spending days and days away from his spouse and children, following big-time drug dealers from the plane to the car rental kiosk, and finally to the desperate tailing of a speeding automobile … Continue reading

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Library renos

Please note that the Lennoxville Library will be undergoing renovations for approximately three weeks as the borough installs a ramp for wheelchair access. As a result, the library may be closed for short periods to ensure the safety of patrons. … Continue reading

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Fall 2011 Brown Bag lunches

Do you read? Do you eat? Come eat your lunch at the Lennoxville Library and share a book that you enjoyed, every second Wednesday at noon. Brown Bag Lunches are Oct. 19, Nov. 2, 16 and 30, and Dec. 14, 2011.

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I know why the caged bird sings

Many of us awaken with the birds, but then ignore the chirping and hooting and chee-chee-chee arias for the rest of the day. Not David Rothenberg, a musician who pulls out his sax to improvise a baseline with the tweeters. … Continue reading

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Daytime or night-time, bedtime or playtime

Here are more children’s books that can be found in the Lennoxville Library, great for daytime or night-time, bedtime or playtime. Night Monkey, Day Monkey tells the story of two friends. One sleeps in the sun and wakes up to … Continue reading

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