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Check out which books the staff enjoyed over the summer!
New DVDs for our library! We love recommendations of good movies and television series to have for our collection. Please call or stop by with any good recommendations. Our DVD collection is provided by the generous support of the Friends of the Stowe Free Library.
New Audiobooks Check out this video with Chelsea Clinton telling people why audio books are important and as valuable as reading. Written by: Jeffrey Toobin Narrated by: Paul Michael Length: 15 hrs and 29 mins The wild saga of the kidnapping, crimes and trial of Patty Hearst. Written by: Luke Dittrich Narrated by: George Newbern Length: 14 hrs and 34 mins For listeners of The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks comes a propulsive, haunting journey into the secret history of brain science by Luke Dittrich, whose grandfather performed the surgery that created the most studied human research subject of all time: the amnesic known as Patient H.M. Written by: Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeney Narrated by: Mia Barron Length: 11 hrs and 6 mins This is
The Friends of the Stowe Free Library Presents Author Susan Clark “Slow Democracy” Thursday, September 15th 7-8 p.m. FREE TALK Book Signing – Light Refreshments In Slow Democracy, Susan Clark describes how citizens around the country are breathing new life into their communities. Large institutions, centralized governments, and top-down thinking are no longer society’s drivers. Along with real-life examples of slow democracy in action, with an emphasis on civil discourse, Clark provides twenty simple guidelines to reinvigorate local democracy. With a future more and more focused on local food, local energy, and local economies, Slow Democracy offers strategies to improve our skills at local governance and to reinvigorate community democracy. Drop the political
What the world of tomorrow will be like is greatly dependent on the power of imagination in those who are learning to read today.Astrid Lindgren