Looking for some tongue-in-cheek adventurous humor to share with the family?
In celebration of National Poetry Month, why not check out something from our diverse poetry collections? Many people think poetry is dead, but just think of the lyrics of that annoying commercial jingle or your favorite radio song—it may not be classical poetry or pretty, but it has a beat and an appeal that keeps you from forgetting it. Try out some of our gathered poetry books, and you might be pleasantly surprised!
American Idol season is here again, as popular as ever, and going for the seventh season winner. Already down to 8 contestants, the past has shown us that some of these people will be heard from again, as they go on to successful careers and recordings. The Jackson District Libraries have taken note of the American Idol phenomenon and collected a selection of music from the winners and the programs.
Anybody out there reading science fiction? How about speculative fiction? (In case you’re wondering, they’re the same thing. Sort of.
Just when you thought the winter was going to steal any laughter or relaxation you had left, along comes March—Mirth Month! (Try to say “March is mirth month” ten times with a straight face!) How about some humor to relieve winter stress? May we suggest a good comedy?