I have been derelict in posting our two wonderful current displays at the BPL right now.
On the small display we have Senior Spotlight. This display and the list were compiled by Sharon and focus on books in which a senior citizen is the protagonist. I was pleasantly surprised to see how many books feature fun and nuanced portrayal of seniors. These are great reads for anyone of any age. Check out the list or the display if you are in the area.
On the tall display, we have books featuring Native Americans in honor of the Thanksgiving holiday. The annotated list focuses on more recent titles. This is an annual display tradition at the BPL and always proves itself to be quite popular.
We also have a small display with suggestions of books featuring Thanksgiving prominently. But that brochure is only available in the library building.
Again, whether you live near the BPL or are on the other side of the globe, use this link to access our current lists and this one to access past lists. Feel free to bring the lists to your local library to find your next good read.
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