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Jack Ford’s book is a touching story of forgiveness, about a family of freed slaves and legal fight.
By Ron, Everett Public Library staff Like a crisp newly-minted road map,…
It gets the con experience right, holds suspense until the end, and packs social commentary.
A deep current of feminism and potency exists through all of her writing, from ‘Ayiti’ to ‘Wakanda.’
Everett Public Library review: Liane Moriarty’s book has twisting plot and fine-honed characters.
Everett Public Library has a host of new listens, reads and watches to take home.
An East Coast capitalist’s son’s desire for dessert inspired the city’s moniker.
Any youths entering 12th grade or younger can sign up for Summer Reading at Everett Public Library.
Everett Public Library has a handful of reads worth checking out about electricity.
Everett Public Library offers a handful of rose-related reads to pick up this summer.
Everett Public Library’s punk-in-residence guides you through the nuances of the genre.
Rosalie Knecht’s book has an engrossing spy plot and character-driven literature.
There’s a lot in the new novel that moves across time in a young woman’s life in London and Spain.
Everett Public Library recommends several books about life in the minority for all ages.
The master horror writer turns his attention to characters, crime and a small-town murder.
Everett Public Library’s recommendations for new releases this month.
The Everett Library will host a 125th birthday bash June 2, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Extensive Everett Public Library photo archives provide a glimpse into the distant past.
The book is an excellent work of speculative fiction: reimagining the Civil War and its aftermath.
Three books help us understand more about the past of Roman Brittania and its famous wall.