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May 2022 Staff Picks

Need a good read before summer? Look no further!Michelle: Yerba Buena by Nina LaCour Don’t you love it when you finish a book so captivating and beautiful and lush and gorgeous and…and you discover the author has more books? Yerba Buena is LaCour’s first foray into adult fiction. That’s all I knew...

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The Sweet Sounds and Sights of Spring

Spring is an odd and fickle season in Maine and certainly not my favorite as the temperatures rise and fall like a roller coaster and mud is everywhere. There is one special part of spring that I look forward to each year though, the return of the warblers! Like the swallows to Capistrano, these...

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April 2022 Staff Picks

April showers bring May flowers.....and a lot of time to pick up a great book.Michelle: The Golden Couple by Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen Avery was a traditional therapist until she went rogue and lost her license. She has her own methodology now and bills herself as a consultant of sorts....

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Shelf Life: Ask a Muslim Anything on March 26

     Robert Azzi joins York Public Library on Saturday, March 26, 2022. Photo: New Hampshire Public Radio Islam is the fastest growing religion in the world, according to Pew Research. How does that statement make you feel? Confused? Curious? Inspired? Frightened? Despite the rapid growth of Islam...

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March 2022 Staff Picks

Oh no! We have one hour less to read this month! Hopefully our list of favorites will save you time on browsing, so you can have more time for reading.  Michelle: All the Frequent Troubles of Our Days: The True Story of the American Woman at the Heart of the German Resistance to Hitler by Rebecca...

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The Future Is Now: Talking About Climate Realities

York Public Library together with the Town of York’s Climate Action Plan Steering Committee will launch four months of programming related to climate change beginning in February. The series, The Future Is Now: Talking about Climate Realities is made possible in part by additional support from the...

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February 2022 Staff Picks

Stuck inside with the cold weather this month? Warm up with a good book.Michelle: History of Wild Places by Shea Earnshaw As the blurb on the book’s cover reads: “What a wonderful rabbit hole to fall down.” - Erika Swyler Travis Wren is a shell of a man with a talent for finding missing people....

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