We Found More Reviews

August 31, 2023

Call Us What We Carry by Amanda Gorman “The book went over a lot. I liked how the author explained things and the different formatting of the poems. It was […]

Summer Reading Reviews

August 18, 2023

5 stars for The Housemaid by Frieda McFadden    “I saw a post by a friend on Facebook saying how much she enjoyed this book. I happened to spot it […]

Summer Reading Reviews 5

August 16, 2023

4 stars for Demon Copperhead by Barbara Kingsolver    “Depressing. Heartbreaking. And so, so real. I probably would not have pushed through were it not for being the adoptive mom […]

Summer Reading Reviews

August 9, 2023

4 stars for Racing the Light by Robert Crais    “Robert Crais is always a good read.” – Donna Bradway 3 ½ stars for Keep You Close by Karen Cleveland […]

Summer Reading Reviews Part 3

August 5, 2023

5 stars for Savage Sam by Fred Gipson    “A well-written adventure tale even better than Old Yeller. Only briefly touched on settlers’ encroachment on buffalo and its effects on […]

Summer Reading Reviews

August 4, 2023

4 stars for A Little Ray of Sunshine by Kristen Higgins    “I love books set on Cape Cod – I spent many family vacations there as a child. Great […]

Summer Reading Reviews

August 2, 2023

4 stars for Famous for a Living by Melissa Ferguson    “This book definitely makes you think about all of the time people actually spend on social media and how […]

All Together Now

July 29, 2023

Our Summer Reading raffle entries have ranked many books read by your friends and neighbors this summer. Soon we’ll be sharing the reviews people wrote on the back of their […]

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National Library Week

March 25, 2022

This year, National Library Week will fall on the week of April 3rd through April 9th. This week of appreciation for both libraries and their workers began back in 1958, […]

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Ukraine & Russia

March 10, 2022

The eyes of the world are all watching the Russian invasion of Ukraine. It’s leaving a number of us yearning to know more about the conflict, the history and politics […]

Curbside Delivery Available

February 3, 2022

We are pleased to announce that we are adding curbside pickup of holds back to our services! Pickup Blu-rays, DVDs, magazines, hotspots, Chromebooks, books, and audiobooks without leaving your car. […]

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Booktalking Sweet on You

December 3, 2021

Coffee shops, Christmas, romance… sign me up! The new romance series by Filipino writer Carla de Guzman continues her exploration of her favorite tropes, places, and food. A war is […]

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Project Hail Mary by Andy Weir

September 28, 2021

Ryland Grace wakes up in a spaceship light years from Earth. The problem is he doesn’t remember who he is or what he’s supposed to do. But whatever it is, […]

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Summer Nonfiction Reads

June 3, 2021

Light or quick reads for your enjoyment and enlightenment: Let It Bang, How to Do Nothing, A Knock at Midnight, The Gifts of Imperfection, & Bad Blood. Let It Bang: […]

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What Most People Don’t Know

April 20, 2021

The inventor of the wooden golf tee began his education in Oswego and was one of the first children to use the Oswego Public Library. In 1857 George Franklin Grant […]