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Check out Comedian Jim Gaffigan’s New Book: Food

How can you not love a guy who shares a 2 bedroom Manhattan apartment with 5 children and somehow has made a living off of it. Click here to see the book in the catalog. Click here if you want to checkout one of his videos on Youtube.    
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Fall into a Good Book

Visit us in the Children's Department and help us complete our fall bulletin board display in the Picture Book Room.  Ask at the Children's Reference Desk for a book coloring page and crayons and we will put your drawing on our tree!  Make sure to ask about our fall books at the Children's Reference desk…
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If You Liked the Bestseller “All the Light We Cannot See” You May like “The English Patient”

"With unsettling beauty and intelligence, Michael Ondaatje's Booker Prize-winning novel traces the intersection of four damaged lives in an abandoned Italian villa at the end of World War II.The nurse Hana, exhausted by death, obsessively tends to her last surviving patient. Caravaggio, the thief, tries to re-imagine who he is, now that his hands are…
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Parker Lecture About A Local Fisherman Who Survived Real Pirates in 1722

Greg Flemming will discuss his new book, At the Point of a Cutlass, which tells the incredible true story of a Massachusetts fisherman who was captured by pirates in 1722 and then escaped and lived as a castaway on an uninhabited Caribbean island for nearly two years. Robinson Crusoe meets Tom Hanks.  This lecture will…
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Today is Read an eBook Day #eBookDay

"Read an eBook Day is a celebration of modern storytelling. Be a part of the festivities by checking your favorite eBook out from the library, sharing your reading stories, entering to win prizes or just simply setting aside some time to read. Celebrate with your fellow readers."  Click here to share your story.
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Listen to New York Times Bestsellers on Your Commute

We have audiobooks for the top 3 books on the New York Times Best Sellers list. #1 Colorless Tsukura Tazaki and His Years Of Pilgrimage, by Haruki Murakami " is the long-awaited new novel—a book that sold more than a million copies the first week it went on sale in Japan—from the award-winning, internationally best-selling…
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Jazz Up that Lunch Box with these Books and Link

It's the first day of school and you're already out of ideas for your student's lunch tomorrow.  Help is on the way. Here are two books that will inspire you : Beating the Lunch Box Blues Weelicious Lunches: Think Outside the Lunchbox Weelicous also had a website for more ideas.  Click here.  
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Born on This Day – America’s First Rapper…Ogden Nash

"Nash considered himself a “worsifier.” Among his best known lines are “Candy / Is dandy, / But liquor / Is quicker” and “If called by a panther / Don’t anther.” His poems also had an intensely anti-establishment quality that resounded with many Americans, particularly during the Depression. Nash was a keen observer of American social…
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