Besides good friends and good health, among other things the library staff is grateful for this Thanksgiving are good books. You know, ones that have a compelling story or message. Ones that inspire, and make you a better person for having read.
Here’s a few in that category that you might want to check out over the holidays: The Last Lecture by Randy Pausch; New Life, No Instructions by Gail Caldwell; This is the Story of a Happy Marriage by Ann Patchett; Chosen by a Horse by Susan Richards; Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand.
What authors and books are you thankful for? Let us know!
Here’s what the Adult Services Librarians are reading this month. What book is on your nightstand?
Want to read or listen to books on the go? Check out our collection of free e-books and e-audiobooks, and never pay for a Kindle book again! Your SALS library card gives you access to thousands of books you can download and read wherever you are – on a plane, in your favorite café, or in a doctor’s waiting room. To see if we have, for example, the book “All the Light You Cannot See” in digital format, just search the library catalog and choose the option for either “e-book” or “e-audiobook” in the “Limit By” field. To learn what other digital resources are available, register for the program “Unlock the Power of Your Library Card” on Wednesday evening Oct 21, or stop by the Ask Desk.
Here’s what the Adult Services Librarians have been reading this month! What are you reading?