Readers have been buzzing about these memoirs, written by brave and insightful women. These stories are at times quirky, hilarious, astonishing, and heartbreaking. Have you read all twelve yet?
Learn how you can help our feathered friends during the coldest months. Plus, participate in the Great Backyard Bird Count!
Ever wonder where tea was first discovered? Have you tried white tea or guayusa tea? Learn about this comforting beverage, including its history, customs, and benefits.
Fashion and history combine, with a virtual exhibit featuring iconic dresses worn by first ladies. Find out more about first ladies' influences on politics and history with these additional books and DVDs from the library.
Now that we're into the second week of the new year, it's time to set those resolutions into motion. We have plenty of books, CDs, and DVDs to help you achieve your personal goals and stick to your resolutions.
Zora Neale Hurston was a writer and anthropologist during the Harlem Renaissance. Check out her biography to read about her extraordinary life, or read one of her many influential writings; her most famous novel is Their Eyes Were Watching God.
eReaders (like the Nook and Kindle) make great holiday gifts, but if you're stuck on how to get started, here's some good news. We have thousands of free eBooks and audiobooks to choose from, along with help to get you started!
If you're eagerly awaiting Season 4 of Downton Abbey, here are some books and DVDs to keep you busy until January 5th.
Humorous mysteries, heartfelt romances, and family narratives - check out these titles with a Christmas theme.
We have hundreds of cookbooks devoted to desserts in the catalog! Baked goods make great gifts, and they can accommodate any budget.