Are you at home, bored, and not sure what to do anymore? Do your children just play video games all summer? Well, have no fear, the Library has got your back! We have tons of books that would interest any video gamer out there.
In June of 1949, nineteen year old Ruth Steinhagen shot Philadelphia Phillies first baseman, Eddie Waitkus. This event was the basis for the novel The Natural by Bernard Malamud, and the 1984 movie by the same title. The movie stared actor Robert Redford. Ms. Steinhagen died in December of this last year.
When you’re in high school, sometimes, the only thing you can think about is how it just makes you insane. You want to get out as soon as humanly possible, which I understand. In high school, I enjoyed almost every moment of it… but then there were those times when I could care less whether I flipped burgers or invented the hoverboard. (I have three years left.) And yet, college is even more stressful than its predecessor.
Are you looking for new things to read? Do you want to learn about the new and exciting books, movies, and music that your Library staff is reading? Do you want to find some suggestions for titles that you may have missed? Now you can find all that, and more, in one location.
November 22, Catching Fire will start playing in the movie theaters. I know I am excited, but I have to get ready for this movie. I will need a checklist of what to do before I can go and see the movie at midnight.