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October 2021 Staff Picks

Amee: The Last Chance Library by Freya Sampson.

Beloved librarian June must step out of her shell to fight for her library to remain open and prevent its closure due to funding cuts. This is for anyone who loves libraries and believes of their importance to a community and its residents.


Karen: Night Came With Many Stars by Simon Van Booy.

A 13-year-old girl is lost in a game of cards. Story tells of her family from 1930’s through 2000’s.


Katie: Love for Beginners by Jill Shalvis

“What would you change if you had to start your life-and love life-over again?” A great story of overcoming obstacles and internal battles.


Mary: Pack Up the Moon by Kristan Higgins

When Lauren finds out she is dying, she decides to write a letter with a task for her husband to accomplish each month to get him through the first year without her.


Megan: Pete the Cat’s Groovy Imagination by Kimberly and James Dean.

A rain storm cancels Pete’s day at the beach. He beats the rainy day blues by using his imagination and thinking outside of the box.




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