New Non-Fiction Books at Steele

“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

From pop culture to historical oddities, our new non-fiction books have some interesting subjects to appeal to all!

“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!

New Biographies at Steele Memorial Library

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

A variety of new non-fiction at Steele

Much like our non-fiction collection, this month’s “Librarian’s Picks” covers a potpourri of subjects. I hope one of these books catches your interest! 158.1 WEE Heads Up Psychology by Marcus Weeks This book offers an explanation of Psychological theories and Continue reading A variety of new non-fiction at Steele

Non-Fiction books for “making” at Steele

September is not only back to school month, but it is National Library Card Sign-up month with many activities and programs scheduled in our local libraries. Computer classes are gearing up again, children’s story hours, movie events and adult programs Continue reading Non-Fiction books for “making” at Steele