• The Weight of Silence by Heather Gudenkauf

    It's every parent's worst nightmare.... you wake up early one morning to find that the child that you tucked into bed the night before is gone -- not playing in another room or downstairs watching TV, but truly, hopelessly, nowhere to be found. Missing! The terror, the panic, the overwhelming emotions of just such a scene plays out in two very
    Posted to Books Blog (Weblog) by Guatemama@evpl on 08-18-2009
  • The Crowning Glory of Calla Lily Ponder

    Okay, all you fans of The Divine Secrets of the Ya Ya Sisterhood listen up. Whether you read the book or just watched the movie , you won't want to miss out on this one... the latest foray into good ol' Louisiana family drama by author Rebecca Wells. Calla Lily Ponder is the youngest child and only daughter of Lenora (M'Dear) and Will (Papa
    Posted to Books Blog (Weblog) by Guatemama@evpl on 07-29-2009
  • The Girl She Used To Be by David Cristofano

    A captivating and bittersweet debut novel, The Girl She Used To Be grabs ahold of your senses in its first few pages and doesn't let you go until the very last sentence. With its thrilling tug-of-war storyline and writing style this was the first book in quite some time that I simply could not put down. At the tender age of six Melody Grace McCartney's
    Posted to Books Blog (Weblog) by Guatemama@evpl on 04-14-2009
  • Changes to the Evansville Courier & Press

    Many of you have probably seen or heard about this article that appeared in the newspaper last month announcing some upcoming changes in the style and format of the Evansville Courier & Press. These changes will go into effect on Monday, April 6 and will include a more local focus to the paper and the elimination of information that can readily
    Posted to Research Blog (Weblog) by Guatemama@evpl on 04-04-2009
  • Books for Lunch - Jane Eyre!

    It is the book that started it all. The book that awakened my love of reading. It is Jane Eyre ! And this month it is the book that we will be discussing at Red Bank Branch library at our Books for Lunch discussion group. So.... please come, bring your lunch, and join us as the ladies of Red Bank discuss Charlotte Bronte's timeless classic. Wednesday
    Posted to Books Blog (Weblog) by Guatemama@evpl on 02-28-2009
  • The Nightingale by Morgana Gallaway

    In her stunning debut, Morgana Gallaway delivers big with The Nightingale , a story of love and hope amid the horror of war torn Iraq. Simultaneously giving a glimpse into the daily lives of Iraqi citizens and shining a spotlight on the atrocities and inhumanity unleashed by Americans upon the detainees of war, Gallaway effortlessly weaves a tale of
    Posted to Books Blog (Weblog) by Guatemama@evpl on 02-28-2009
  • Books for Lunch!

    Join us at Red Bank Library on Wed. Jan. 14 at noon for our monthly Books for Lunch book discussion where local author, John McMullen, will be our guest. He will be on hand to talk about the many exciting books that he has written. Defector from Hell Roman: unparalleled outrage Utopia Revisited 2084: Tomorrow is Today The Last Blackrobe of Indiana and
    Posted to Books Blog (Weblog) by Guatemama@evpl on 01-09-2009
  • The Hour I First Believed by Wally Lamb

    Many fans of the Oprah book club will remember author, Wally Lamb, from his previous books, She's Come Undone and I Know This Much is True . After a lapse of many years, Lamb is back with this new epic which is rather heavy both in subject matter and in physical size (740 pages.) Though these factors may make this reading choice a bit daunting for
    Posted to Books Blog (Weblog) by Guatemama@evpl on 01-09-2009
  • Books For Lunch @ Red Bank

    Join us at Red Bank Branch Library for Books for Lunch our December book discussion where will will discuss Here If You Need Me by Kate Braestrup. Wednesday Dec. 10, 2008 from noon until 1:00 PM. Experience another point of view, another way of seeing life. Bring your lunch and eat with us while we talk about the books we have read.
    Posted to Books Blog (Weblog) by Guatemama@evpl on 12-04-2008
  • When Will There Be Good News?

    One might think upon first glance that this question/this post is about the current state of the nation's economy or politics, yet the question posed, When Will There Be Good News?, is actually the title of the latest book by Kate Atkinson which has nothing whatsoever to do with the United States, economics, or politics. When Will There Be Good
    Posted to Books Blog (Weblog) by Guatemama@evpl on 10-24-2008
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