Library Life: October 2017
This episode of Library Life includes:
- A front row seat to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Sgt. Pepper with Kaleidoscope Eyes.
- An interview with art educator Lindy Rubin about her program, The French Influence on Chicago Architecture.
- An introduction to 3-D virtual technology in Z-Space Days.
- Youth Services Best Book Recommendations: Restart, by Gordon Korman. Other books featuring bullies: Save Me a Seat, by Sara Weeks and Gita Varadarajan; Rules, Tools, and Maybe a Bully, by Rachel Vail; Auggie & Me: Three Wonder Stories, by R. J. Palacio; Absolutely Almost, by Lisa Graff; and Booked, by Kwame Alexander.
- Adult Services Staff Recommendations include books featuring politics: Eighteen Acres, by Nicolle Wallace; Trudy Hopedale, by Jeffrey Frank; American Wife, by Curtis Sittenfeld; The Senator’s Wife by Sue Miller; and Piece of Mind, by Michelle Adelman. Best Book Pick within this theme: The Hopefuls, by Jennifer Close.
- A fascinating look at the writing process during Addictively Chilling Thrillers: Mary Kubica.
- Patron Interview: What is your favorite Beatles song and why?