The Steele Seed Lending Library is on winter hiatus. Is there nothing to take its place? Yes! Starting in January, try out our new Tea Library! If you have always wanted to try new flavors, but didn’t want to commit Continue reading The Steele Tea Library is in Season!
SECRETS OF THE RABBI’S MAFIA: A Jake Cooper Novel, by Irv Sega It is 1995 in Chicago, IL USA. Jake Cooper is a former Ultra-Orthodox scholar of Jewish Talmudic law turned amateur sleuth. In this suspenseful thriller he investigates a Continue reading Top Reads for October at Steele
Every Rising Sun, by Jamila Ahmed In twelfth century, Persia, clever and dreamy Shaherazade stumbles on the Malik’s beloved wife entwined with a lover in a sun-dappled courtyard. When Shaherazade recounts her first tale, the story of this infidelity, to Continue reading Exceptional Reads for September at Steele
The Will of the Many (The Hierarchy #1), by James Islington The Catenan Republic – the Hierarchy – may rule the world now, but they do not know everything. I tell them my name is Vis Telimus. I tell them Continue reading New Fiction Titles for August at Steele
Join us on Monday, July 10, 4-6pm to meet the new CCLD director, Paul Chapman. The public is welcome and encouraged to attend, share ideas, and express any concerns. Light refreshments will be served! The event will take place at Continue reading Meet the New CCLD Director – July 10, 4-6pm!
Antimatter Blues (Mickey7 #2), by Edward Ashton Summer has come to Niflheim. The lichens are growing, the six-winged bat-things are chirping, and much to his own surprise, Mickey Barnes is still alive—that last part thanks almost entirely to the fact Continue reading New Fiction at Steele Memorial Library
I Keep My Exoskeletons to Myself, by Marisa Crane In a United States not so unlike our own, the Department of Balance has adopted a radical new form of law enforcement: rather than incarceration, wrongdoers are given a second (and Continue reading Great Books for March at Steele
Picture in the Sand, by Peter Blauner When Alex Hassan gets accepted to an Ivy League university, his middle-class Egyptian-American family is filled with pride and excitement. But that joy turns to shock when they discover that he’s run off Continue reading Featured Fiction for February at Steele
The World We Make (Great Cities #2), by N.K. Jemisin Every great city has a soul. A human avatar that embodies their city’s heart and wields its magic. New York? She’s got six. But all is not well in the Continue reading New Fiction at Steele – January 2023