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Stories about terror, grief, growth, body acceptance and more highlight some of the year’s top reads.
Written by Stephen King and his son, the story is especially poignant for American women now.
Pay tribute to the contributions of indigenous people to national history and culture.
Worthwhile Everett library reading and viewing about bats of the animal, sport and hero varieties.
Angie Thomas’ story of a teen girl covers the challenging experience of African Americans.
Gone are the stodgy tomes of old. In their place are lively, creative and wondrous works.
Tyler, the Creator, Nine Inch Nails, funk, jazz, poetry, and more are all available this month.
The Romantics, Raspberries and Cheap Trick used crunchy guitars, power chords and high energy.
The stories are about the experience of being a woman, are by women, and speak to the blogger.
Delve into frightful past with podcasts, digital archives, old stories and more at Everett library.
By Everett Public Library staff These titles – from established, new, and emerging authors – are some of the most anticipated new releases of the… Continue reading
Ali Benjamin’s book follows a girl who lost her best friend, once to popularity and once to the sea.
Mysteries, scientific history, and science fiction make fall yard work breeze along.
The Everett Public Library’s Northwest Room is a treasure trove of oddities.
Daniel Sada’s tale of identical twins growing up in a small town is unrealistic, deeply satisfying.
Star Wars stories aplenty at Everett Public Library to tide you over until The Last Jedi premieres.
New Wave Gold offers plenty of new wave crowd pleasers from the 1970s and ’80s.
A collection of cannibal-related reading available at Everett Public Library.
The story swings between seasons in the life of Christina Olsen, famously painted by Andrew Wyeth.
These titles are some of the most anticipated new releases of the month.