What to Read in January

Welcome to 2020! Have you made a reading goal for the year? Maybe your goal will be to read more memoirs or try a genre you normally don’t gravitate towards. However you decide to approach your year of reading, view the flyer below for some ideas.

Barbara Loewengart, Reference Librarian

What to Read in December

Make sure to squeeze in a bit of reading in December. Below are book suggestions for reading (or gift giving) during this busy month. Happy Holidays!

Barbara Loewengart

What to read in October

What to read in October? Alice Hoffman, Jojo Moyes, Ann Patchett and Elin Hilderbrand all have new book releases. Oprah’s new book selection, The Water Dancer by Ta-Nehisi Coates is available as is Zadie Smith’s collection of short stories titled Grand Union. If you enjoyed reading The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris, her new latest novel, Cilka’s Journey, is also about WWII. So many choices.

Barbara Loewengart

What to Read in May

There are some great reads to consider this month. I’ve started the Unlikely Adventures of the Shergill Sisters by Balli Kaur Jaswal about three Punjabi sisters who embark on a pilgrimage to their homeland to lay their mother to rest and can’t wait to dive into The Valedictorian of Being Dead by Heather B. Armstrong. For history lovers, historian David McCullough has written Pioneers, a thorough look into the settlers of the Northwest Territory. Something for everyone!

Barbara Loewengart

What to Read in April

So many good books this month. I’m especially looking forward to Ruth Reichl’s Save Me the Plums. Her writing is fantastic and I loved her previous memoirs. In this book she shares her time as editor in chief at Gourmet Magazine. Enjoy!

Barbara Loewengart