“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
New non-fiction books are always fun to browse, and this month is no exception. Dead Wake: The Last Crossing of the Lusitania by Erik Larson is an incredibly detailed narrative of a well known event of World War I, the Continue reading Stop by to browse new non-fiction at Steele
Whenever a New Year approaches we all tend to look towards declaring resolutions, making changes in our lives, and embarking on new paths. Even though 2015 has already rolled in, I see the Winter Blues as a perfect motivation for Continue reading Self-improvement in 2015
“Glamour, Gidgets, and the Girl Next Door: Television’s Iconic Women from the ’50s, ’60s, and ’70s” by Herbie J. Pilato. This book is a celebration of the wonderful women of television that many of us grew up with. A fact Continue reading From pop culture to historical oddities, our new non-fiction books have some interesting subjects to appeal to all!
A biography is a detailed account of a person’s life experiences, while an autobiography is written by the person themselves. If you are not familiar with our collection, the Chemung County Library District has a significant collection of biographies and Continue reading New Biographies at Steele Memorial Library
“Elmira Reformatory” by William G. Hinkle “The 3-Day Reset: Restore Your Cravings for Healthy Foods in Three Easy, Empowering Days” by Pooja Motti “My Salinger Year” by Joanna Rakoff “The Myth of the Spoiled Child: Challenging the Conventional Wisdom About Continue reading New Non-Fiction at Central (Steele) – July 2014