Durham County Library will host the Impromptu Players for a performance at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, June 3, at the South Regional Library, 4505 S. Alston Rd.
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Durham County Library will host Jodee Nimerichter, Allen Roses, Arthur Rogers and Gaspard Louis for a discussion on the American Dance Festival at 7 p.m. on Monday, June 2 at the Main Library, 300. N. Roxboro Street.
Durham County Library will screen the documentary Bully at 2 p.m. on Saturday, May 31, at the Main Library. Nick Popio, a local advocate for bullying prevention, will lead a discussion following the film.
AJ Jacobs, an agnostic sort of Jew (he calls himself “Jewish in the same way the Olive Garden is an Italian restaurant), decides to follow the Bible and all it’s laws for one year. The resulting memoir is a funny and thought-provoking path through religion. Jacobs follows all the laws, not just the common ones, […]
I didn’t care for the modern-day characters very much, but I enjoyed the journal part from Mary Katherine’s journey on the Oregon Trail. I liked the ending. Most people think an adulterous affair is a death sentence for a marriage but Good can even redeem that and give people the ability to live and forgive […]
I enjoyed the rhythms of this book and the basic premise, though I found the road trip that is central to the plot to be a bit silly. Find in Catalog
It’s a book that deals with two tweens that swap places and as weird as some aspects may be it was an nice interesting read. The book is meant for more of a middle school age where as it goes into reference to somethings in today’s terminology seem outdated as well. Find in Catalog
This moving tale is set in Paris during WWII and the present day. A journalist gets an assignment to write about the 60th anniversary of the Vel’ d’Hiv Roundup. She is American-born and knew nothing about what happened in July 1942 in Paris. French police (on orders of the Gestapo) arrest thousands of foreign-born Jews […]
This is one of the earlier books of the series and just like the rest it was sure not to disappoint. The book constantly refers to Gary Paulsen’s story Hatchet and continues to bring to like of a certain lesson that doing nothing will get you no where. It was great to visit simply realistic […]
Mankiller, the first woman principal chief of the Cherokee Nation, gives us both a riveting autobiography and an insightful history of the Cherokee, up to the time of publication. Geographically there is a focus on Oklahoma, where Mankiller was born and lived the latter part of her life until her death in April 2010. Originally […]