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
“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?
“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
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
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
Non-Fiction books cover many topics and I find it hard to choose just one area to write about. With back to school on the horizon….two parenting titles “Redefining Girly: How Parents Can Fight the Stereotyping and Sexualizing of Girlhood, from Continue reading Something For Everyone