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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.
Talking Heads ’77 stands up to the test of time as a breakthrough for music.
The stories are about lady knights, the affordable housing crisis, young love, and wartime Russia.
There are a number of ways to balance technology and other aspects of our lives.
“Hell’s Princess” chronicles the life of Belle Gunness, whose proximity always seemed to bring doom.
Refreshingly, Tomi Adeyemi’s “Children of Blood and Bone” gets deserving publishing industry support.
Some of the top new releases in May 2018, selected by the Everett Public Library staff.
One person’s invader is another’s worthy survivor.
Albums by They Might Be Giants and No Age are worthy early entries for 2018’s full list.
Chase away the clouds with some great new music.