"How Not to Die Alone" by Richard Roper.
Entomologist Aaron Shurtleff will explain how this and other non-native species can impact everyone in Maryland, from commercial crops to backyard gardens.
"The Storm on Our Shores" by Mark Obmasck.
Local photographer, Walter Dorsett, captures stunning and vivid images through the lens of his camera. Join him for a pictorial history of North East and the surrounding area.
"The Rosie Project" by Graeme Simsion.
"City of Girls" by Elizabeth Gilbert.
Join us for our third annual celebration of Winter Reading! Kate Racculia, author of "Tuesday Mooney Talks to Ghosts" and "Bellweather Rhapsody," will present. Q&A and book signing to follow.
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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.
Download Materials from Home
Did you know you can download books and audio books from the comfort of home? Click here to learn more about our free downloadables!