The Young Clementina by D.E. Stevenson

Truly a gem! Published in 1938, this is the story of Charlotte Dean, a young lady who has become resigned to her lonely life in London as a spinster who works as a poorly paid assistant in a dusty travel library. Could anything be more boring? Charlotte’s first-person narrative of…

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Summer Reading 2018

If you haven’t heard that Libraries Rock this year, you are missing out. We are making music and art, doing science experiments, and learning to code. Next week, we are meeting some curious reptiles. Other upcoming programs include forensics, DIY ice cream, hula hooping, DIY root beer floats, story times…

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Ash Princess by Sebastian

Theodosia, or as she is forced to be called Thora, is the Artemisian princess whose throne was cruelly stolen. The Kalovaxians have taken over her country, murdered her mother, and punish her for any perceived misbehavior by her people. When she is forced to kill her own father, Theodosia realizes…

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