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Saleem Haddad and Lisa Ko’s novels are an intricate look at identity destruction and formation.
Norah Lange’s short novel follows a teen girl’s obsession with three women who live across the street.
Explore the history of Halloween and jack-o-lanterns in these books at Everett Public Library.
Lauren Groff’s stories are a fevered, humid, beautiful and dangerous imagining of the Sunshine State.
Everett Public Library recommends music by the Sonics, Louis Armstrong, Devo and Ramones.
Some top choices from the 2019 Amelia Bloomer List are available at the Everett Public Library.
October’s new releases are frightful, monumental, sharp and shocking.
Courtney Summers’ story is told in alternating transcripts of a crime podcast and Sadie’s journey.
The true story of famed divers John Mattera and John Chatterton is exhilarating and fascinating.
Everett Public Library has a collection of crocodile-related materials to check out.
David Arnold again shows his talent for capturing all the weirdness of being a teen.
Porter Fox’s book also explores contemporary issues unique of the areas from Maine to Washington.
Local musicians will be discussed Saturday, and there will be music! Perhaps you will want to take notes.
Despite the horror, discerning readers will find happiness and wit in the powerful novel.
The book is about family history that keeps repeating itself, ghostly love, and modern witchcraft.
The Wolitzers, Jodi Picoult and Samantha Van Leer, and even the author of “Frankenstein.”
Stories range from the strange, to the enchanting, to the very, very creepy.
By Heartwood, Everett Public Library staff Fancy, by Jeremy M. Davies, ostensibly presents us with nothing more than an older man interviewing a young couple… Continue reading
Everett Public Library staff recommend these science-fiction books for its 2018 Reading Challenge.
Then came Cab Calloway covers, piano pop and a symphony.