Library account access and other online library services (eBooks, databases, etc.) will be unavailable on Saturday, December 3 for approximately two hours beginning at 5:15PM while we perform system maintenance. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned...especially when the woman scorned is a witch. Maria Owen navigates joy, pain, and the trials and tribulations that come with love in Alice Hoffman's Magic Lessons.
If you weren't able to check out any physical books from the Library before self-isolating at home, or perhaps the one you have hasn't turned out to be very good - don't worry! Here are some recommendations for titles to check out NOW from the Library's Overdrive page.
Kramer has teased readers with this work for thirty years. Four years ago, I mentioned I was anxious for it come out. All 775 pages of Volume 1 have finally arrived. Need blurbs? It’s the gay history of the United States. Kramer’s theories are so controversial his publisher would only release American People as fiction though it started as straight (forgive the pun) nonfiction.