D&D at LPL

Learning how to play Dungeons & Dragons at all can be intimidating for a novice, but being the Dungeon Master of a game is next level. But fear not! Your local library is here to help.  On Saturday, September 8th from 2-4 PM, local teen Dungeon Master Beaux is going to show us how to…
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Digital Detectives

I don’t often read true crime—to keep my faith in humanity somewhat intact, I usually like my murder mysteries to be fictional. But when I heard about local authors/father-and-daughter duo Bill James and Rachel McCarthy James and their history-true crime crossover, The Man From the Train, I had to take a peek. The Man From…
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Reading Around the World

The end of summer comes and all we have left are our traveler’s blues. Maybe you’re missing all of your summer travels, maybe you just couldn’t get enough travel over summer break, or maybe you did none at all. For all those who feel like they’re missing out, here is the perfect book/playlist to knock…
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WHOA, That’s a Lot of Books!

If you’re a consummate follower of LPL’s lists, then you may have noticed some whoppers hitting the web. I have almost finished putting together my list of 100 Great Books for Toddlers (waiting on some replacements) while others in the Youth Services Staff have put together some other great lists of 100 great books. But…
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My Current Puny Reads

I’m often in awe of those folks over in Reader’s Services with their lengthy lists of great reads and end-of-year reading lists that leave me a little envious. Last year my mom sheepishly told me she had read over a hundred books in 2017. She’s in five or six book clubs (many right here at…
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