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Charlotte Canelli is the library director of the Morrill Memorial Library in Norwood, Massachusetts. Read Charlotte’s column in the February 11, 2016 edition of the Norwood Transcript and Bulletin.
Each year I promise myself that I will see most of the Oscar-nominated films. My hope is always simply that I can watch the presentation program with enough meaningful attention to the awards to ignore all the bad jokes. Unfortunately, that quest hasn’t been exactly fruitful lately. I actually don’t believe I’ve tuned into the Academy Awards telecast for the past several years.
This year, though, I’ve totally surprised myself. Or let’s say, my husband, Gerry, has surprised me. And he’s surprised himself. He’s not a go-to-the-movies kind of guy, but this year he made it his goal to make me one happy wife. Over the holiday vacation and beyond, we’ve managed to see eight of the top 2015 movies together. Add to that the three I managed to see on my own. I’ve topped every goal I could hope for. (more…)
Looking for a good book to read? Beth Goldman and Margot Sullivan share their recommendations. If the chilly weather kept you from attending our Fireside Reads 2016 earlier this month, see what books Beth and Margot have chosen for this session. Click on one of the book covers below to get the list with links to the catalog.
Reserve Best Sellers and Sneak Peeks of Books Being Published in February and March 2016
Download or view February Fiction and February Non-Fiction. Click on the links for the complete list with titles (in blue) linked to the Minuteman Library catalog. You may also pick up a complete list in the library and ask librarians to request them for you.
Allison Palmgren is the Technology Librarian at the Morrill Memorial Library in Norwood, Massachusetts. Read Allison’s column in the February 4th edition of the Norwood Transcript and Bulletin.
In the past few months, I have begun reading books that I would not normally read. While I am still tearing through my usual mysteries and non-fiction best sellers, I have added a number of books with very unconventional plots to my “read” list.
In fact, most of the books I have been reading recently are about animals that talk, or in one or two cases, type. If I am not reading about chatty llamas or a bird trying to locate his mother, I am seeing the world through the eyes of some truly amazing fictional heroines, namely Ladybug Girl, Little Sal, and Trixie (who experiences a near tragedy when she almost loses her friend, Knuffle Bunny). If these characters sound familiar, you are likely a parent. (more…)