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Tea Time

February 10, 2017 |
Madison Public Library recently had the pleasure of hosting a tea for girls in Kindergarten through Grade 5.  We enjoyed “tea” and cookies, games, and a good book featuring a tea party with Rex.  If Keep Reading »
Nancy

The Zookeeper’s Wife

February 6, 2017 |
Imagine a lovely life, a happy life with a loving husband and a job you love caring for the animals of the Warsaw Zoo. Antonina Zabinsky’s happy life is shattered as encroaching rumors of war Keep Reading »
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The White Queen Lives!

January 23, 2017 |
Fans of The White Queen and others in Philipa Gregory’s Cousins series may be excited to hear it is returning to television in 2017 with a new series on STARZ. It’s a sequel to the previously made Keep Reading »
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If you give a child a book, they will want to read it!

January 20, 2017 |
If you are not familiar with the If You Give…series by Laura Numeroff and Felicia Bond you must check them out! Currently there are nine picture books in this series. In the latest release,our beloved Mouse is back Keep Reading »
Nancy

A Real Life Indiana Jones

January 16, 2017 |
Douglas Preston’s new book, The Lost City of the Monkey God: A True Story, follows his adventures searching for a legendary lost city in the jungle. Preston traveled deep into the rain forests of Mosquitia Keep Reading »
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Victoria: the Life of a Young Queen

January 9, 2017 |
Barely eighteen and less than five feet tall, Victoria literally became Queen of England overnight upon the death of her uncle. Concern raged that she would not be taken seriously. “They think I’m still a Keep Reading »
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Coming back soon — Gilmore Girls!

November 21, 2016 |
If you’re a fan, you’ll be thrilled by the news that Netflix is bringing out a new Gilmore Girls series! (And if you’re not a fan, please ignore my drivel and I’ll see you next Keep Reading »
Nancy

The roots of man from Tom Wolfe

October 31, 2016 |
Years ago, Tom Wolfe began his writing career as a journalist before going on to become a bestselling author of fiction. In this slim volume, Wolfe returns to his roots with a fast-paced, paradigm-shifting argument that Keep Reading »

Stuart’s Cape

October 18, 2016 |
If you know a child who is struggling with confidence (or if you’re in need of a giggle), consider sharing the book “Stuart’s Cape” by Sara Pennypacker. (Also, if you’re a fan of toast, you’ll Keep Reading »
Nancy

Christmas is Coming to Town!

October 17, 2016 |
Some people cringe to see Christmas stuff this early, but some of us love it! (You may have guessed I’m in the latter group.) For those of us who really like to indulge in the Keep Reading »