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Attention, Readers: Our Next Staff Picks Book Club Will Change Your Life

… Or at least I think it will.  This month, we will be reading Carol Rifka Brunt’s incredible, thought-provoking, tear-inducing masterpiece, Tell the Wolves I’m Home. Is that enough adjectives for you?  But seriously, this novel is not only the … Continue reading

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Staff Picks Book Group: A Delicious Way to Spend Your Thursday Night!

Bonjour, mes amis! Please mark your calendars for next Thursday, December 13, when the Staff Picks Book Group will be discussing the charming My Life in France, by Julia Child and Alex Prud’homme.  This is Julia’s official autobiography, and it … Continue reading

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Hooray for YA: Join Us for an Awesome Discussion of Teen Novels for Readers of All Ages

I’ll admit it.  My devotion to teen literature didn’t end in my teenage years.  For the past two decades, three-quarters of my reading material has fallen into the teen category.  The dynamic characters, the fast-paced plots, the FEELINGS… I cannot … Continue reading

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Arlington Reads Together: Join Us for Book Discussions Galore

It’s October, which means that it’s time for a lot of fun things: apple cider doughnuts, leaves tracked inside the house, a chill in the morning air, and Arlington Reads Together.  If you haven’t already devoured John Green’s The Fault In … Continue reading

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There’s Still Time to Enter…

Attention, attention, children, teens, and adults…  Time is running out to enter the Community Reads Writing Contest.  To find out more about the contest, please click here.  And our prizes are out of this world. Here’s a list of some … Continue reading

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This Just In: Children’s Librarian Reads Adult Book! And LOVES IT!

Hi, I’m Laura. For the most part, I am a children’s librarian.  Therefore, I read kid’s books 94% of the time.  So an adult book has to be realllllly compelling to fit into the teeny tiny 6% that I have … Continue reading

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Planning Your Summer Vacation? Come to the Fox Library!

If you’re in the midst of planning a summertime getaway, look no further than the Fox Library.  We have several new travel guides on our shelves for destinations near and far! Some of our new titles include: Closer to Home: … Continue reading

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Keep Those Fitness Goals!

Even though we haven’t had snow this year, winter sure seems to be lasting a long time.  If you’re like me and made a pledge to become more fit in 2012, here are a few simple and free exercise resources … Continue reading

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