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Libby’s Big Library Read

Libby’s Big Library Read Created by Laura Frantz, collection development librarian  Our Library partner Libby unveiled its latest Big Library Read title. Libby selected “Wild New World” by Dan Flores. Eons in scope and continental in scale, “Wild New World” is a sweeping yet intimate Big History of the animal-human story in America, according ... read more about Libby’s Big Library Read

Improve Your Investment Strategy This Spring With Value Line

Improve Your Investment Strategy This Spring With Value Line Created by Linda Tripp, collection development librarian Your SCLSNJ library card gives access to one of the premier sources of expert insights and commentary on the performance of the market. Value Line’s investment research platform features financial data, news, and analysis you can’t find anywhere ... read more about Improve Your Investment Strategy This Spring With Value Line

“The Divorcées” by Rowan Beaird

“The Divorcées” by Rowan Beaird Book Review by Amy Atzert, collection development librarian It’s Reno, Nevada, in the 1950s when Lois Saunders arrives at the Golden Yarrow Ranch. She left a loveless marriage and wants to put it behind her. Staying here for six weeks is the only requirement to get a quickie divorce. ... read more about “The Divorcées” by Rowan Beaird

For Kids and Their Grown-Ups: “Can You Teach a Fish to Climb a Tree?”

For Kids and Their Grown-Ups: “Can You Teach a Fish to Climb a Tree?” by Jane Godwin and Terry Denton Review by Laura Frantz, collection development librarian Creators Jane Godwin and Terry Denton pose a series of questions for readers to mull over. Can you teach a fish to climb a tree? Can a ... read more about For Kids and Their Grown-Ups: “Can You Teach a Fish to Climb a Tree?”

For Kids and Their Grown-Ups: “Tricky Chopsticks” by Sylvia Chen; illustrated by Fanny Liem

For Kids and Their Grown-Ups: “Tricky Chopsticks” by Sylvia Chen; illustrated by Fanny Liem Review by Laura Frantz, collection development librarian Jenny Chow is feeling upset. She tries hard but has not mastered using chopsticks. Her little sister can, and so can her cousin Victor. In fact, Victor’s birthday party is in a few ... read more about For Kids and Their Grown-Ups: “Tricky Chopsticks” by Sylvia Chen; illustrated by Fanny Liem

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