Wednesday, July 24, 2024

Tag: read

New York Times top 10 books for 2018 at your library

The Cordova Public Library staff works hard to keep the freshest batch of good reads on our shelves, especially during these dark months of...

Great new books are on the shelves

The Cordova Public Library staff works hard to keep the freshest batch of good reads on our shelves for you. Debbie Carlson manages our...

At Your Library: Halloween – are you ready?

This time of year offers so many holidays filled with fun activities. Whether you are celebrating Halloween or holding a harvest festival, you’ll find...

Scary reads for scary October

"Horror fiction has traditionally dealt in taboo … It makes monsters of household pets and begs our affection for psychos. It shows us that...

At your library: Lots of new books for junior and young...

The library staff, led by youth services librarian Anna Hernandez, recently completed a changeover in our Junior section. Moving the Junior Non-Fiction to a...

Fall/Winter library programs are back

The staff at the Cordova Public Library had a great June and July providing learning workshops for the Summer Reading program this year; learning...

Summer Reading workshops begin June 6

The Cordova Public Library is ready to keep children reading and busy during the summer break from school. Traditionally, summer reading programs are designed...

At Your Library: The Great American Read begins May 22

Do you ever wonder what the most popular books in the United States might be? How would you choose your top 100? Well, the Public...

At the Library: Best book club book choices

The Cordova Public Library has its own book club. We call it the “Knit Lit” group. It meets at 7 p.m. the last Tuesday of...

At Your Library: The loss of Pat McManus and his legacy

One of the funniest outdoor writers of all time passed away this last week. Pat F. McManus was an American humor writer and columnist...