"Small Great Things" by Jodi Picoult
"Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine" by Gail Honeyman.
Local historian Bob Hazel chronicles the steamboats,barges, sailboats, ships and ferries that have passed through the C&D Canal over the years.
John Paulson, author and documentarian, will discuss the production of the Conowingo Dam documentary and the coordinating book.
"The One-in-a-Million Boy" by Monica Wood.
Dr. Steve Phillips of the Penn Museum will explain some of the techniques used in forensic anthropology, and illustrate the wealth of information that can be found in the bones of the past.
"Among the Wonderful: a Novel" by Stacy Carlson
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Resources for Military Families
We have a special collection of resources just for military families, covering topics such as relationships, PTSD, reintegration and more. Click here to see a sampling, or ask any staff member for more information. Also, try our helpful list of website resources for military families.
Love to read and talk about great books?
We have book discussions for all types of readers in all of our branches. Fiction, non-fiction, mystery and more, we have a group that fits your interests. Our book discussions are informal and friendly conversations about engaging reads and are led by our trained staff. Books are held at the Information Desk and are reserved for those who sign up.
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