Monthly Archives: June 2015

The shelves are stocked up for sunny reading pleasure

… there are a lot of kids out there who need somebody to speak for them, and I think you’re just the man to do it. – Judge Shelburne gives Brady Weller a talking to Brady Weller’s a disgraced cop … Continue reading

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A roundabout roundup of new arrivals… by way of the spork and, of course, the tummy

Hey diddle diddle, The Cat and the Fiddle, The Cow jump’d over the Moon, The little dog laugh’d to see such Craft, And the Dish ran away with the Spoon. – Mother Goose’s Melody, circa 1765 Are you a cuisinomane? … Continue reading

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The TD Children’s Summer Reading Club 2015

It’s time to sign up! The TD Summer Reading Club is a six-week program for children between the ages of 5 and 12 years of age. The reading club will be held on Tuesdays from 1:30 to 3:30 for the … Continue reading

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Yet more good reads

The Books And Brown Bags lunch club is now off for the summer of 2015, but they’ve left a number of book recommendations to tide us over until their return in the fall. To begin, The Children Of Men by … Continue reading

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Gerritsen’s Gravity

Tess Gerritsen is the best-selling author of multiple thrillers. She is also suing Warner Bros. over credit and cash for the hit movie, Gravity, about a lone astronaut trapped in the International Space Station, which was based on her novel … Continue reading

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What’s popular?

What’s everyone reading? Here’s a quick list of the most popular authors at the Lennoxville Library during the month of April, in 2015: David Rosenfelt; Nora Roberts; Louise Penny; James Patterson; Ken Follett; Rosamunde Pilcher; John Grisham; Terri Blackstock; Daniel … Continue reading

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She loves long sagas that go on for a dozen volumes: As a child, library volunteer turned on the vacuum, then read while it whirred…

Irène Carbonneau has had a life-long love affair with the physical object of the book. Carbonneau is the community volunteer who purchases the French-language books for the Lennoxville Library. And yes, she prefers books to digital files. She grew up … Continue reading

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