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What We Are Reading

  • The future of another timeline

    The future of another timeline

    Newitz, Annalee, 1969-
  • Eight Perfect Murders: A Novel

    Eight Perfect Murders: A Novel

    Swanson, Peter

    The owner of a Boston bookshop specializing in mysteries posts a list of books on the store’s blog.

  • The widow Clicquot : the story of a champagne empire and the woman who ruled it

    The widow Clicquot : the story of a champagne empire and the woman who ruled it

    Mazzeo, Tilar J.
  • Ormeshadow

    Ormeshadow

    Sharma, Priya

    Priya Sharma tells the story of a gentle young man’s journey to adulthood in a brutal world not of his choosing.

  • Incidental inventions

    Incidental inventions

    Ferrante, Elena,
  • The American story : conversations with master historians

    The American story : conversations with master historians

    Rubenstein, David M.,
  • The Secret Life of Sam Holloway

    The Secret Life of Sam Holloway

    Thomas, Rhys

    Sam Holloway is a nice guy. He has a stable, but a not terribly exciting, job with an electronic parts distributor.

  • Anthony Bourdain remembered.

    Anthony Bourdain remembered.

  • Mighty justice : my life in civil rights

    Mighty justice : my life in civil rights

    Roundtree, Dovey Johnson, 1914-2018,
  • Made things

    Made things

    Tchaikovsky, Adrian, 1972-

Recent Blog Posts from LAPL Blog
April 03, 2020
By Elizabeth Graney, Librarian
Movie theaters may be closed and many films delayed, but fear not! There is an abundance of book to film adaptations to be found on Kanopy, Overdrive, Digitalia Film and hoopla, our streaming... Continued
March 31, 2020
By Sheryn Morris, Librarian
As Women’s History Month ends, we would like to offer you a few e-books and e-audiobooks about intrepid, adventurous women who traveled for the sheer joy of doing something different, to escape from... Continued
March 31, 2020
By Glen Creason, Librarian III
I would rather sit on a pumpkin, and have it all to myself, than be crowded on a velvet cushion.―Henry David Thoreau Second to chasing love there is probably no subject field more sung over that... Continued
March 26, 2020
By Daniel Tures, Adult Librarian
“Music… will help dissolve your perplexities and purify your character and sensibilities, and in time of care and sorrow, will keep a fountain of joy alive in you.” ―Dietrich BonhoefferIn good times... Continued

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