October Displays at the Library
Have you seen our October library displays yet?
A chilling selection of books and movies, just in time for Halloween!
Lots of info about the November election.
Hearty, homey fall book selections.
"Stellar" science fiction picks.Add a comment
September Displays at the Library
Find lots of new displays up at our libraries this month!
TRUE stories about white-collar crime.
Books written by authors who have visited our libraries, including: Tasha Alexander, Nancy Atherton, Rhys Bowen, Jennifer Chiaverini, Claire Cook, Bryan Gruley, Ann Packer, Karin Slaughter, Jennifer Weiner, and Lauren Willig.
Can't get enough of 50 Shades? Try some authors on this display!
Curious about the steampunk genre? Give it a try with a book from this display. Anachronistic gadgets, clockwork, and steam power abound in these sci-fi stunners.
CMPLD's Book Club selections are now available for browsing at Aspen Drive. Find a new title for your book club or just discover a good read.
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Nate's Spotify Song of the Week- THEESatisfaction
THEESatisfaction are Stasia Irons and Catherine Harris-White. Their website describes THEESatisfaction's works as "funk-psychedelic feminista sci-fi epics with the warmth and depth of Black Jazz and Sunday morning soul, frosted with icy raps that evoke equal parts Elaine Brown, Ursula Rucker and Q-Tip." To me, this is some of the most sonically interesting music of the year so far. Check out this CD from the library.Add a comment
Nate's Spotify Song of the Week- Kottarashky & The Rain Dogs
This week's song comes all the way from Bulgaria. Kottarashky is a music producer known for using field recordings from his country. When Kottarashky wanted to play live he put together this Tom Waits inspired band that blends his samples with keyboards, drums, bass, guitar, and traditional clarinet. The result is a very cool experiment in Balkan funk/blues.Add a comment
New Displays at the Library
Check out the new displays at Cook and Aspen libraries!
Gentle summertime reads
It's that time of year ... books and movies about road trips
Weddings aren't always blissful, especially when there's murder involved! Take a look at our romance and mystery offerings on this display on the Cook Park Lower Level.
Everyone loves a "dog-gone" mystery, and we've brought together a whole pack on the Cook Park Lower Level.
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