Did you know many of your favorite authors are available in Large Print? Their latest book could be on the shelf and available right now. In addition to being easy on the eyes, or perhaps because Large Print is easier on the eyes, readers of Large Print books comment how quickly they read can read a book...
Her Mother's Hope by Francine Rivers
Catherine, called Birdy by Karen Cushman — (1290) Karen Cushman has written several books set in medieval England. This one is about a thirteen-year-old girl who is not quite ready to be married off. She has several adventures and records her thoughts in her diary.
Girl in a cage by Jane Yolen & Robert J.
Register for the Tween Book and Pizza for Saturday, April 10 at 1:00PM to eat pizza and discuss this exciting book with Miss Sarah. Don't miss out!
A Trace of Smoke by Rebecca Cantrell is the 2010 Winner of The Bruce Alexander Memorial Historical Mystery Award.
The Thumbs Up! Award is given annually by the Teen Services Division of MLA to an author for an outstanding contribution to teen literature having both literary quality and teen appeal. "Teen" for the award's purpose is someone between 12-18 years of age. The book must appeal to this age group, both in respect to its characters and setting, as well as in terms of subject and theme.
Ware is a pen name for Colleen Gleason, author of The Gardella Vampire Chronicles.
Noah's compass : a novel by Anne Tyler features protagonist Liam Pennywell who wakes up in the hopital with no memory of being attacked in his apartment. This is a compassionate, humorous account of his quest to retrieve his memory. A former teacher, divorced twice, Liam searches to recover those lost hours and is led into an unlikely new relationship. An exploration of Liam's life and how he is transformed. Quintessential Tyler treatment of one rather eccentric man's search for wholeness. I have been a longstanding fan of Ann Tyler and Noah's Compass did not disappoint.
No registration required.
Kept : a Victorian mystery by D.J. Taylor
Death at Whitechapel : a Victorian mystery by Robin Paige
In conjunction with several Metro Detroit communities, Canton Public Library offers a variety of events including a book talk, book discussions, and a personal appearance by Scott Turow on Wednesday, April 14 at the Village Theater at Cherry Hill. For a chance to win a pair of tickets to hear Mr. Turow in person go to your patron record and register for the ticket drawing.
In honor of Teen Tech Week, join the discussion here and post a question, response, or review of Leviathan to be entered into a drawing for a prize.
Eleventh hour : an FBI thriller by Catherine Coulter
Monkeewrench by P.J. Tracy
The shadow side by Linda Castillo
A perfect evil by Alex Kava