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Warm Up with Some Cool Reads!

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Even though there’s not any snow yet, winter officially starts next week.  Why not warm up with book?  This week’s Friday Reads feature stories surrounding winter and snow including a heart-warming fairy tale, a spine-chilling mystery, a touching story of dogsled racing, and, of course, a winter romance.  Read your winter blues away with a good book!     

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Fall Into a Good Mystery

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Mysteries tend to keep us puzzled year-round, but to celebrate fall we’ve chosen some autumn-themed mysteries to help set the tone for the seasonal chill…. 

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Read with Your Ears, Summer Style

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As summer wraps up and the school year quickly approaches, you may not find time to be able to sit down and squeeze in those last minute summer reads.  So, why not read with your ears and try an audiobook!  Audiobooks help increase vocabulary, introduce new genres to explore, and add another dimension to the story.  Best of all, they leave your hands free to get things done.  Whether it’s driving to work, working in the garden, or completing a last-minute project, here are some summer-themed audiobooks to get you started…

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May the luck of good fiction be with you!

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St. Patrick’s Day may be a ways away, but with Irish Fest in town, we thought we’d celebrate a little early with some Irish-themed fiction.  Like leaves of a four-leaf clover, here are four new titles featuring Ireland and/or Irish characters.  With drama, historical fiction, mystery and suspense, there’s something for everyone, Irish or not.       

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What's New? Books on Books

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Books about books - reading, writing, loving, selling them - are perennially popular. Probably because readers like books (duh) and so we like to read about characters who also like, or write, or read, or sell books. 

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