(published on 07/14/2023)


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(published on 09/13/2019)

Author of the Month

This month we are featuring author Sulari Gentill. Sulari Gentill is a Sri Lankan-born Australian author, also known under the pen name of S.D. Gentill. She initially studied astrophysics before becoming a corporate lawyer, but has since become a writer of mystery and fantasy fiction. Her novel Crossing the Lines won the 2018 Ned Kelly Award for Best Fiction. Crossing the Lines was published as After She Wrote Him in Northern America. Gentill's A Few Right-Thinking Men was nominated for a 2011 Commonwealth Writers Prize. Gentill’s latest novel, The Mystery Writer, features Theodosia Benton, an aspiring writer. In this literary thriller Theodosia Benton meets and falls in love with her literary idol―only to find him murdered the day after she gave him her manuscript to read. 

(published on 10/04/2023)

ESL Classes

(published on 11/16/2023)

New Titles in the Library

Adult Fiction

The Mystery Writer- Sulari Gentill

A Calamity of Souls- David Baldacci

The Museum of Lost Quilts- Jennifer Chiaverini

Kill Me Tomorrow- William W. Johnstone

She’s Not Sorry – Mary Kubica

City in Ruins- Don Winslow

Lost Birds – Anne Hillerman


Young Adult/Junior Fiction

Backchannel – Stan Lee

It Found Us- Lindsay Currie

(published on 03/02/2023)

Portal of Texas History

The Portal of Texas History has started to upload AP Progress newspapers (1935-1945). The following link will take you to the site.

(published on 11/04/2016)

Quote of the Day

"If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need." ~ Cicero
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