Staff Picks

'The Everything Running Book'

"Get thee to a runnery"

Now that the dog days of summer have come and gone you may be feeling more inclined to get out and exercise. Seize the feeling that comes with this beautiful late summer weather and start moving!

Spotlight on Series

Ellie McDoodle

Curl up, get cozy, and read!Ellie McDoodle: Have Pen, Will TravelBy Ruth McNally BardshawJUV J BARDSHAW

'Killing Mr. Griffin' by Lois Duncan

Great Book for Teens Returning Back to School

Killing Mr. Griffin by Lois Duncan is a great book for teens returning back to school from their summer vacation.

'World War Z'

Pop Movie of the Month

World War Z is a slick and fast-paced end-of-the-world thriller with an international cast and global settings ... and ... zombies!

'Haldol and Hyacinths: A Bipolar Life'

Book Review

In Melody Moezzi's latest, Haldol and Hyacinths: A Bipolar Life, Moezzi writes openly and honestly about being diagnosed as bipolar and ac

'Pukka: the Pup After Merle' by Ted Kerasote

Merle's Door was Ted Kerasote's very popular book about his "freethinking dog." It has been considered one of the best dog books ever written by people who have written some of the best dog books ever.

'The Not-For Parents Travel Book'

The Not-For-Parents Travel Book, written by Michael Dubois, Katri Hilden and Jane Price, is a fantastic book.

'Fresh Happy Tasty: An Adventure in 100 Recipes'

Book Review

Jane Coxwell, who happens to be Diane von Furstenberg's personal chef, has produced a beautiful book influenced by her travels around the globe.In Fresh Happy Tasty: An Adventure in 100 Recipes, you certainly feel transported and the stunning photos throughout only add to the journey.

Murder in the Yoga Store

True Crime hits close to home in this thriller

With summer winding down and transitioning to fall, there's only a few short weeks to indulge in summer's best guilty pleasure -- true crime.

Everyone Has A Heartbeat. Few Have The Pulse

Follow along in the year 2051 where most of the population of the United States lives in two large domes called the Eastern and Western States. A young teenager named Faith lives beyond the dome, along with a very small percentage of others that have chosen to remain on the outside.

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