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Durham County Library will host Let’s Talk About It: Jazz Series at 6:30 p.m. beginning on Thursday, April 14, at South Regional Library, 4505 S. Alston Ave.
Help us celebrate National Bookmobile Day on Wednesday, April 13 at one of several events throughout the afternoon. You’ll get to hop aboard our brand new bookmobile, Destination Literacy, and learn how this valuable resource brings Durham County Library into the community. The bookmobile will be at the following DCL locations on the 13th. North […]
Overall, I enjoyed this book. I love Clyde Edgerton’s writing and humor. and have enjoyed his other books. Perhaps because of the subject matter — dealing with clients in a nursing home, and his own Aunt Lil’s aging, I was more than a little uncomfortable at times and did a little skimming during some sections, […]
Bryson retraces the steps of a European journey he took in the early 1970s, visiting Scandinavia, Paris, Belgium, Germany, Amsterdam, Italy, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Austria, Yugoslavia, Sofia, and Istanbul. Bryson is snarkily humorous as usual, sometimes very tastelessly so, and sometimes with a very forced feel to his attempts at humor. Overall I enjoyed reading about […]
This book was very similar to his other recent works, specifically Safe Haven and The Best of Me. Very quintessentially Sparks. Worth a read but not as good as his older works. Find in Catalog
Good reminder of ways to look for rest in the Lord when the rest of life seems to be spinning out of control. Not in catalog
Beautifully written! Bitton-Jackson made you feel as if you were right alongside her. The imagery brought tears to my eyes. Due to it’s fast-paced, journal-style of writing, it will be a book you can’t put down. Not in catalog
Such a beautiful memoir of life in the Holocaust! So well written and touching. Find in Catalog
Wonderfully written story of the Lithuanian genocide in the 1940’s. A quick but moving read. Find in Catalog