What to Read in August

How did it become August?  This year is flying by so all the more reason to make some time to read.  Do any of you set reading goals for the year?  I do but this year I’m a bit off pace.  Maybe I’ll tackle a few books from the what to read in August list.

What to Read in August 2018

Barbara Loewengart

What to Read in July

Summer has arrived in full force!  Whether you’re escaping the heat at the beach or keeping cool inside, pick up a book or two from the What to Read in July list below.  Happy Summer!

What to Read in July 2018

Barbara Loewengart


2018 Adult Summer Reading Program

Libraries rock this summer – the Adult Summer Reading Program is here! Fill out a review for each book you read or listen to and be entered in a weekly drawing. Place reviews in the box on the Reference Desk.

Contest Guidelines
*Adults 18 & over
*Review the books you read
*June 18—August 10, 2018
*Weekly Gift Card Prize Drawings!

Barbara Loewengart

What to Read in June

Welcome summer!  There are some fantastic books to read this month.  Take a look at the link below and let it inspire you to create a summer reading list.  Enjoy!

What to Read in June 2018

Barbara Loewengart

Podcasts About Books

Podcasts are a fantastic way to learn about many things.  I have been listening to two superb podcasts that inspire and inform about, you guessed it, books.

What to Read Next Podcast is hosted by Modern Mrs. Darcy blogger Anne Bogel.  Each week Anne warmly talks with a reader as they share with her their three favorite books and one they didn’t enjoy. Anne then performs her literary matchmaking as she recommends three new books for the guest to read.   Some wonderful recommendation come from these discussions and I promise it will keep your to-be-read pile quite high.

Just the Right Book Podcast with Roxanne Cody is hosted by the owner of  the regarded independent bookstore R.J. Julia Booksellers in Madison, CT.  Roxanne’s interviews with authors is thorough, thoughtful and highly entertaining. She does a wonderful job of exploring both the book and the author.

Download an episode or two and listen on your next walk or while preparing dinner and let me know what you think.



Barbara Loewengart