Library Blog

Happy Valentine’s Day! Most of us view Valentine’s Day as being about romantic love. At the same time, it’s an opportunity to celebrate the many forms of love in our lives – family, friends, society, and God. Below are a …

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Happy New Year!  A new year brings hopes, expectations and resolutions. For some, it is a chance to put a difficult year behind. For others, it is a time of optimism. And for yet others, it can feel like the …

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Take a Break with a Book We are in the midst of the holiday season, and sometimes it feels good to take a breather. A book can offer just the respite you need to keep perspective on the joys and …

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What to Read Now Given our national conversations on immigration, race and religion, here are a few selections from our library that might help you or your children gain additional insight. Kids might enjoy Molly’s Pilgrim by Barbara Cohen or The Story of …

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Keep Our Library Growing! If you have books or DVDs that you think others would find valuable, please donate them to our library. Thank you this month to Sue Bianco for doing so. To access our library homepage and see the …

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Library News Keep the Donations Coming. It’s exciting to have a dynamic library like ours, enriched by generous donations. Thank you, Christine Corson, Sally Phillips and Laura Reiter for recent contributions. To access our library homepage and see the extent of …

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It’s the Dog Days of Summer…A Great Time for Reading Every wondered why we talk about the “dog days” during the sultry part of the summer? It didn’t used to refer to dogs lying around in the heat, but there …

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July 2017 Library News Worship Traditions as Diverse as Humanity Check out the Library bulletin board for books about the diverse ways people have chosen to define the values of a good life, to worship and to live a life …

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Next Library Book Club Meeting Is July 25. The Reformation Library Book Club meets quarterly to discuss a range of classic and current fiction and non-fiction. Meetings start at 7:00 p.m. in the Alyce Thompson room, and everyone is welcome. …

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BIBLIOTHERAPY: FINDING HELP IN BOOKS Using reading materials as a resource for dealing with life’s challenges – “bibliotherapy”– is the theme of our recent Library Bulletin Board, titled “New Year – New Hope.” There you’ll find titles addressing depression, including …

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