A funny! I was delighted to discover that the book Dog on it by Spencer Quinn was a hoot. Not expecting anything beyond a cozy PI book, Dog on it turned out to be one of the better reads this year. This series is told by Chet the Jet, an almost K9 trained mutt.
A huge shout-out to the Jackson Citizen Patriot for deciding to keep the library's newspaper column At the library when the format changes take effect. There will be no break in the articles appearing on the book page of the Live It Up section. Thanks so much!
Not all scientists can write. Stanford visiting professor Nathan Wolfe can, and he does a superb job in his new book The Viral Storm. Concepts which have been difficult for others to explain flow easily from Wolfe's pen.
Looking for a group to talk about the latest great reads? Join the new high school/college age group that meets at Carnegie on the second Thursday of the month. Come January 12th to argue your fave--Hunger Games or Twilight. Or just to tell us you hate them both! We want to know what you think and why. Meet at 6 pm in the McIntyre Room on the second floor. Free Eats, too!
The Feature Films with Food group has been moved from the Carnegie auditorium to the McIntyre Room for Thursday, January 5th, at 6 pm. Please join us!