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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.
Learn all about the nearly indestructible insects with these reads at Everett Public Library.
From a local day trip, international treks to eating your way across the states, give these a read.
Get your hold in for these books, music and more at Everett Public Library.
Phyllis Reynolds Naylor’s first book follows Alice as she grieves and tries to make friends.
Benedict Cumberbatch, Colin Firth, Meryl Streep and Reese Witherspoon have read major titles.
Author Tommy Orange tells an essential story with intelligence, heart, dexterity, and a swagger.
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, the music of 2018 unfolds before our eyes leaving a wake of paper… Continue reading
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.