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October 2017 Staff Picks


Susan: Sworn Virgin by Kristopher Dukes, 1910 Albania: Eleanora takes an oath to remain a virgin for the rest of her life -- a tradition that gives her the right to live as a man never to marry. Breaking the oath by falling in love risks her life. 50 Inventions That Shaped the Modern Economy by Tim Harford.

Magazines: Archaeology, BBC Science Focus, National Geographic Traveler & Sojourners.

Mary: How to Find Love in a Bookstore by Veronica Henry; browsing quilting books.

Megan: Hedgehugs: Autumn Hide-and-Squeak by Steve Wilson & Lucy Tapper. An adorable story about two hedgehog friends and what they do in Autumn. Duck & Goose Honk! Quack! Boo! By Tad Hills, if you love Duck and Goose you will love this cute Halloween story!

Karen: See What I Have Done by Sarah Schmidt. After the Murder of Lizzie Bordon’s parents each member of the household narrates their story. Bruce’s Big Move by Ryan T. Higgins continuing adventures of Bruce and his geese.


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