March is Women’s History Month and to celebrate we are highlighting films in our A/V collection that feature strong, female characters. These films include powerful female characters like in “Wonder Woman” and “Hunger Games”, gripping true documentaries like “RBG” and Continue reading Women’s History Month DVD Recommendations from Steele
It’s the end of 2018 and it’s been a great year for Audiobooks. Here are my top ten picks for the physical audiobooks that we have at Steele Library from 2018…don’t forget that we also have the Overdrive/Libby app which Continue reading Steele’s Top 10 Audiobook Picks of 2018
This month’s Book Bundle Podcast is now available. The following is a list of the titles discussed. Linda Lay Shuler – Kwani trilogy She Who Remembers Voice of the Eagle Let the Drum Speak Jan Burke – Irene Kelly Goodnight, Continue reading The May Book Bundle Podcast Series List
Here is a list of newly added or soon to be added nonfiction titles from the CCLD-Horseheads Free Library. You can search STARCat, use our Bookmyne App, or give your home branch a call to place a hold on any Continue reading Newly acquired and forthcoming nonfiction titles at the Horseheads Free Library
“Reclaiming Conversation: The Power of Talk in a Digital Age,” by Sherry Turkle was technically published in October, 2015, but is a well reviewed book that I feel is worth mentioning. This author proclaims that while we are constantly communicating Continue reading New Non-Fiction Books at Steele
With summer almost upon us, the following is a list (in no particular order) of books that caught the attention of those in the know as strong contenders for your reading time. All are or will be available shortly within Continue reading Recommended Adult Fiction Summer Reads
With all the books we have in the Adult Fiction stacks, how do you find one that you will like? We have all faced this dilemma, and sometimes we’re stumped! What to read next? CCLD has come to the rescue!! Continue reading Check Out Our Book Bundle Podcast!
It seems like we are bombarded with more labels just when the world seems to be shedding old, worn ones. Labels are meant to be useful tools, and despite our preference to rid ourselves of them, they do serve a Continue reading What is New Adult Fiction?
Season’s Readings! Here are some of the best kids books of 2015: Picture Books: The Day the Crayons Came Home by Drew Dewalt Waiting by Kevin Henkes Winnie: The True Story of the Bear who Inspired Winnie-the-Pooh by Sally Walker Continue reading Best Kids Books of 2015
There have been lots of choices this year for intriguing reading; from the predominant authors to independent releases, there is no end of new stories to enjoy. The best of the year (all are in no particular order): Lauren Groff Continue reading The Best Reads for 2015 – Adult Fiction