Now that we're approaching the end of 2013, it is time for a book prize line-up. Here are the 2013 winners for literary awards in the fiction category. Check out each website for all finalists and other categories, such as non-fiction and poetry.
On a day so focused on food and family, there's often either chaos, or bonding over chaos. Lighten the mood (or commiserate) with these fictional Thanksgiving novels.
November is National Alzheimer's Disease Awareness Month, as well as National Caregiver Month. These fictional books touch on the devastation of Alzheimer's with poignant characters.
Explore museum collections with these virtual tours. With zooming capabilities, you will be able to view objects and entire rooms in surprisingly clear detail.
Graphic designers and artists discuss their favorite book cover art.
From spooky to creepy to downright terrifying, these horror books are guaranteed to give you nightmares. Perfect for Halloween.
The Signature of All Things by Elizabeth Gilbert (author of Eat, Pray, Love) features a clever female botanist. If this fictional character, Alma, were to stop by our library, she might check out these books on the wild world of plants.
Books in our Oversize Collection showcase spectacular photographs and drawings.
There were tons of cute furry friends in attendance at this year's Pet Expo. We spotted dogs of all sizes, puppies up for adoption, some fluffy kittens, a couple of bunnies, a chicken on a leash, and even some wolves!
After you stop by the Pet Expo today, check out one of our many books about pets here at the library!