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Fahrenheit 451
As a part of The Big Read--a national movement aimed at creating a country of readers--in libraries across Queens, we are reading and delving into the themes of the classic Fahrenheit 451. We will...
For those of you who don’t read their almanacs every day, May is National Hamburger Month. Why should you celebrate a food item that saturates our culture? At the very least, you can learn...
When I was an undergrad English major I took a course in American Literature after World War II. On the first day of class, the professor said, “This is a rare chance to read several of the...
It's a Book, Lane Smith, Its a Book
Picture books are just for children, right? Not always so. Lane Smith’s picture book, It’s a Book has the look and feel of a book for the very young, with its thin, flat shape,...
Dewey: The Small-Town Library Cat Who Touched the World
Vicki Myron is the genius behind several books — with options for kids and adults — that happily star both a cat and a library, much to the delight of that wonderful segment of the...

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