Monthly Archives: June 2019

Not-So Young Adult Book Group Reads Empress of a Thousand Skies (July 15)

The next NSYA group meeting will take place on Monday, July 15 at 7pm in the 4th floor’s conference room. We’ll be discussing Empress of a Thousand Skies by Rhoda Belleza. Goodreads description: Crown Princess Rhiannon Ta’an wants vengeance. The only surviving … Continue reading

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The 2019 Adult Summer Reading Challenge Begins Today!

The adult summer reading challenge officially begins today! Participate from June 13 until August 30 for a summer full of fun activities! This year’s theme is “A Universe of Stories” and prizes include a telescope, space-themed books, a space projector, … Continue reading

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A plethora of presidential candidates

It’s not too early to think about the 2020 presidential election. As you might have noticed, there are a LOT of candidates in the primary, mostly on the Democratic side. In order to make good choices for the primary election, … Continue reading

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Summer Reading for Kids, Teens and Adults at Arlington’s Libraries

Summer is coming, and here at the library we have the perfect prescription for long summer days: summer reading for everyone!  At the Robbins and Fox libraries, we’ll be celebrating the joys of summer reading with special programs for kids, … Continue reading

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NSYA Book Group Meeting – Reminder (June 17)

The next NSYA book group meeting will take place Monday, June 17 at 7pm in Robbins Library’s conference room (4th floor). We’ll be discussing One of Us Is Lying by Karen M. McManus. Copies of the next book, Empress of a thousand skies by … Continue reading

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Sensational Short Stories

This month we’ve asked our librarians to share their favorite short stories.  Check them out below! In Other Rooms, Other Wonders by Daniyal Mueenuddin  I first read this collection when I  was an undergrad and often return to it. Mueenuddin … Continue reading

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Happy Pride!

Happy Pride!  Come check out our display celebrating the 50th anniversary of Stonewall, the riot that helped propel the LGBTQIA+ rights movement forward! Did you know that Stonewall wasn’t the first time that the queer community publicly clashed with police? … Continue reading

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