Our library patrons in Berryville really like Westerns. It’s one the most popular book genres we circulate, and of course, our Western movies also are checked out regularly.
And for any of you regular readers,
you know I like Westerns, too.
But even when you love something, that doesn’t mean you’re immune to being stuck in a rut. We now have a solution to that for our Western-movie-loving patrons.
Continue reading “You Like Westerns, We Like Westerns–Want to Watch More Westerns?”
We have a snazzy new logo. 🙂 But that’s not the big announcement.
Usually, I try to do a book review for the second week of every month, but I wanted to take a break from our regular blog programming to chat about some exciting new developments here at the Berryville Public Library. . . .
Continue reading “Exciting News and Announcements”
In the month of hearts and roses, it doesn’t hurt to let the library know you love them, too.
Continue reading “Love Your Library”
Happy New Year, everybody!
This year, we’ll be continuing our sneak peeks at newer book releases, celebrations of notable events in literary history, and book, television show, and movie reviews.
And to that end, I was wondering what
you wanted me to review.
Continue reading “Ideas for 2019?”
I usually write here from my perspective as a staff member at the Berryville Library, but I’m going to switch sides, if you will, for today and write from my perspective as a board member for our Friends of the Berryville Library group.
Continue reading “Everyone Needs A Friend!”
We’re very excited that the
Great American Read is coming back to PBS this month!
Just a quick recap:
. People have had the summer to read and vote, and on Tuesday, September 11, the The Great American Read debuted back in May and introduced its quest to discover America’s favorite novel from a list of 100 books Great American Read will be back on PBS. In the weeks that follow, the show will feature episodes that explore themes in the books, including those of identity/personal growth, heroes, villains and monsters, love, and other worlds.
Continue reading “The Great American Read is Back!”