Where’s Your Bookmark Today?

Posted on April 20, 2009. Filed under: library | Tags: |

I’m reading Quiet Please: Dispatches from a Public Librarian, by Scott Douglas. It’s a funny look at becoming a public librarian in today’s world, and the exciting work this profession provides. I’m loving it! So where’s your bookmark stationed today?

-Heath, McCracken County Public Librarian


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My bookmark is on Orleans Embrace with the Secret Gardens of the Vieux Carre
by Roy F. Guste (A treat from Interlibrary Loan)–this delicious book is chocked full of rich photos & narrative documenting the history & rebuilding of New Orleans. 100 % of profits of the book are being donated to French Quarter Preservation Groups!

Almost done with The Host by Stephanie Meyer. I like it, but I am a sci fi fan. II actually like it more than her vampire books. Stephanie Meyer meets Ray Bradbury.

These sound like great titles. I have been curious about Stephanie Meyer’s The Host. I am glad to hear a good review for it. I think I will add it to my list of to-be-reads. Thanks for posting!

-Heath, McCracken County Public Librarian

I’m reading this love story called You Caught Me Kissing by Dorothy Bridges. It’s a pretty cute book (the story is written in poems!)

I’m reading Smooth Talking Stranger, by Lisa Kleypas. Her writing style always throws me, but the characters are so well-drawn I keep turning pages wanting to know what happens to them next. I’m eagerly awaiting Finger-Licking Fifteen, the next book in the Evanovich series- only 2 more months!!

I am now reading Water for Elephants by Sarah Gruen. It is about circus workers in the 1930’s as told by a man in a nursing home remembering/reliving his youth spent traveling with the benzini bros circus.

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