Posted July 23rd, 2012
by Molly Pease
Here are a few things we have been reading at Stowe Free Library this month!
Posted January 31st, 2012
by Rebekka Mateyk
AGE OF AUSTERITY Edsall, Thomas
AMERICAN HEIRESS Goodwin, Daisy
ATLAS OF CLIMATE CHANGE Dow, Kirstin
BLACK WOMAN REDEFINED Obama, Michelle
BLUE ZONES Buettner, Dan
BREAKING AND ENTERING Pollack, Eileen
CROWN Bilyeau, Nancy
HER SISTER'S SHADOW Britton, Katharine
IN SEARCH OF THE ROSE NOTES Arsenault, Emily
INTERNET YOUR WAY TO A NEW JOB Doyle, Alison
JOB SEARCHING WITH SOCIAL MEDIA FOR DUMMIES Waldman, Joshua
LITTLE RUSSIAN Sherman, Susan
NEXT ALWAYS Roberts, Nora
SOCIAL QS Galanes, Philip
SPLIT SECOND Coulter, Catherine
STEP-BY-STEP COVER LETTERS Salvador,
Posted November 8th, 2010
by Angela DiVeglia
Couldn't get by the library to pick up your own copy? Book Page is available online! See some of the Book Page content here, or visit www.bookpage.com .
Posted September 3rd, 2010
A look at Stephanie's reading list for August.
Posted July 27th, 2010
The 2010 Man Booker Prize Longlist
Posted June 3rd, 2010
Stephanie's reading list for April and May
Posted May 12th, 2010
For Stephanie's annual visit to Copley Woodlands to discuss great summer reads, we created two new book lists of recommended titles.
Mysteries Stephanie Loves : a collection of traditional mysteries, including recent award winners, such as Louise Penny's The Brutal Telling
Posted May 3rd, 2010
Louise Penny, who lives in Sutton, Quebec, has been one of our patrons' favorite mystery writers since her first book,Still Life
, was published in 2006.
Penny was just recently awarded her third Agatha Award for best "traditional" mystery of the year fo