- Subscriber Center
- Print Editions
- Classified Ads
- Photo Requests
- Site map
- About Us
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.
Lauren Karcz’s book is about a young artist who finds a magical place to paint. But at what cost?
The story follows a girl, who accidentally starts the Banned Books Lending Library from her locker.
‘Keep Watching the Skies!’ is a two-volume review of nearly 300 science fiction films from 1950-62.
Check out these stories about Hispanic and Latino experiences in Washington state.
By Linda, Everett Public Library staff Did you know that narwhals may be the ‘original’ unicorns? I found this information on page 31 in the… Continue reading
By Ron, Everett Public Library staff Q: I’ve got a rhyme that comes in a riddle. What’s round on the ends and high in the… Continue reading
By Carol, Everett Public Library staff Some things in life come easy to me. I’m excellent at pattern recognition, reading way past my bedtime, functioning… Continue reading
By Jesse, Everett Public Library staff I’m hoping somebody can tell me where the summer went. Between visits from family, the Summer Reading crush, Eclipse… Continue reading
from established, new, and emerging authors – are some of the most anticipated new releases of the… Continue reading
By Lisa, Everett Public library staff School is back in session and we’re hurtling towards Labor Day; it must be the end of the summer.… Continue reading
By Jennifer, Everett Public Library staff If I heard music beamed to earth by an alien civilization, my first thought would be to whip out… Continue reading