Spotlight

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  • The Rhino Suit

    by Colter Jackson E JACKSON, C. The author describes how her feelings overwhelm her, especially when seeing the world, or people, or animals in pain. “Everywhere she looked there were beautiful things. But there were sad things too. She felt so...

  • New Fiction in September

    Fresh titles just hit our "new" shelves! Take your pick of hot-off-the-press September spotlights below or broaden your choice with the expanded New Fiction in September list.

  • Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with Fiction Reads

    Whether you are in the mood for quiet and thoughtful, tense and unnerving, heartfelt and sweet, or sincere and compelling, exciting reads by Hispanic American authors are yours for the taking. The contributions from writers of Hispanic descent are monumental, and one of the ways we are honoring Hispanic Heritage Month is to share suggestions that celebrate the authentic experience in great storytelling.

  • September Dial-a-Story

    Dial-A-Story is a screen-free way to enjoy stories and more from your library staff, even when you’re on the go!

  • Stay Golden at the Library

    Thirty-seven years ago today, The Golden Girls premiered on NBC. It would go on to run for seven seasons, and every single main cast member won an Emmy for her performance during the show’s run. Thanks to syndication and streaming, the show...

  • Scritch Scratch

    by Lindsay Currie JF CURRIE, L. Do you like ghost stories? How about ghost stories that aren’t too scary? Well, author Lindsay Currie has a great one for you! (And it even takes place in Chicago!)  Claire’s dad gives ghost...