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Barrington's bookshelf: read

Prisoner B-3087
0 of 5 stars
Very intriguing and I wanted to know what came next! - patron review
Tell the Wolves I'm Home
0 of 5 stars
This is a lovely book about the relationship between a 14 year old girl, June, and her renowned painter uncle, Finn Weiss, and the unlikely friendship that develops after his death. - Kristin (staff)
All Our Yesterdays
0 of 5 stars
This was my favorite YA book since Divergent. The story moves quickly and the time travel elements are easy to follow. I wish this were a series! - Heather (staff)
The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry
0 of 5 stars
A sweet story of redemption and hope set in a small bookstore. Lots of great quotes for book lovers. Have tissues handy at the end. - Amy (staff)
The End of Night: Searching for Natural Darkness in an Age of Artificial Light
0 of 5 stars
A very interesting read about how we use light and how it's getting harder to find natural darkness in the world. Bogard has an easy writing style and lots of stories about his world wide travels. - Heather (staff)

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Director's Recent Reads

Better off Friends
5 of 5 stars
When HarryMet Sally for kids... Lots of fun. A great book for kids seeking a romance that is more about emotions than sex. I liked the characters and wanted them to get together.
Ketchup Clouds
4 of 5 stars
I liked the plot device of writing to the man on death row and the entries kept me guessing. I did feel the end was a little unsatisfying though. I wanted some communication back from Stuart and although I understood on some level why ...
Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking
2 of 5 stars
Some interesting experiments to support his argument although I felt he didn't really nail down whether he thought snap decisions were good or bad ....just that we make them and sometimes they work and other times we should have looked a...
The Probability of Miracles
4 of 5 stars
For those who liked John Green's "Fault in Our Stars" this is a good novel that covers the territory of death at a young age. A bit more humorous and spiritual rather than Green's philosophical bent, but the character was lovable, the "m...
The Assassin's Blade
4 of 5 stars
Great literature...no, but it is a nice guilty pleasure read. Who could want more than a female assassin, adventure, romance, betrayal , and future volumes to read. Looking forward to reading book three now that I have the backstory an...

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