Reading Techs Recommend "Good Reads"

Circulation desk technicians Denise Barnes and Michael Price suggest the following “Good Reads”:

Out of the Pocket, by Bill Konigsberg is a novel about a high school quarterback named Bobby. He’s a senior this year and his football team is on their way to winning the state championship. Along the way, when Bobby’s sexual orientation is revealed to the world, he is forced to realize that not all his teammates, family, and friends may support him. In no time at all Bobby is forced to realize just how difficult it is to be ‘out of the pocket.’ 

--Michael Price
Librarian Technician
Woodridge Neighborhood Library



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One in a Million, by Kimberla Lawson Roby

Kennedi Mason thinks she’s the luckiest woman on earth.
She has a good job,a wonderful best friend and she’s been married for ten years to her soulmate. In her mind, there’s nothing in she could ask for to make her life better. Then one fateful day, Kennedi receives a piece of news that will turn her world upside down. You will not be able to put it down once you start reading it!


--Denise Barnes
Librarian Technician
Woodridge Neighborhood Library