Enjoy exploring the outdoors in the mid-Atlantic region! Whether you go by foot, bike, canoe, or car, you'll have lots of fun and see fantastic views. The featured books below are available from the library system.
In the new historical drama series "Victoria" on PBS, Queen Victoria is eighteen years old when she comes to the throne. What if a story like hers took place in a fantasy kingdom or an alternate historical timeline? Here are a selection of young adult novels featuring a young princess facing challenges and dangers as well as adjusting to the responsibilities of being a reigning Queen. Copies are available to check out and download from the library.
Over the summer, I joined a small group tour of Great Britain that started in London. It was a great two weeks! I enjoyed exploring the cities and towns where we stopped along the way. Below is a selection of books I read before I went on the tour. Copies are available from the library system.
Craving good barbecue over the summer? The summer months are a great time to bring out the grill! Below are selection of titles for planning a barbecue cookout. Copies are available to check out from the library system.
A privileged young girl living in Renaissance era Rome... a maid of honor races against time to solve a mystery... an author discovers a map in a library... a parson's daughter becomes a successful novelist... an empress travels the continent...Whatever the time period, each of these ladies were royals or authors who left her mark on history. Below are a few of the books I've enjoyed reading.
All of the books can be checked out or downloaded from the library.
Do you want to have a garden but have limited space? Gardening can be done wherever you live in the city! You can have fresh herbs, flowers, fruits, and vegetables whenever you need them. Check out a selection of our gardening books:
February is American Heart Month. Do you or someone you know has a heart health concern? Here is a selection of heart health resources available from the library.Heart 411 by Marc Gillinov and Steven Nissen