Youth Services Fall Program Schedule Now Available

The Youth Services Fall 2008 Program Schedule is now available– click here. Our program registration is by lottery. Pick up a registration postcard for the program of your choice from the Youth Services Circulation Desk, beginning on Monday, August 11th, 2008. For complete registration instructions, click here. Please note that we have restructured some of … Read more

Non-Fiction Reads for Summer

Anyone looking for some recommended reading this summer should visit Perrot’s second floor, where the Reference Librarians have put up a display of non-fiction books: stories of true adventures, true crime and history, to name a few topics. We have Savage Summit, by Jennifer Jordan; Fire, by Sebastian Junger; The Hungry Ocean, by Linda Greenlaw; … Read more

Book Drop Reminder

Please do not leave books or other materials outside of Perrot’s book drop. If the book drop is too full for the door to close, please return your items when the library is open. We will waive fines gladly for this circumstance. Thank you!

U.S.A. Today Visits Perrot Library

A photographer for U.S.A. Today visited Perrot yesterday, to photograph our very own Bartan Kennedy during her 4 P.M. storytime! Mrs. Kennedy will be among those featured in a new series in the newspaper that celebrates people who are passionate about their jobs. More details to follow soon, but make sure you congratulate our star … Read more

Summer Read: The Downhill Lie

The Downhill Lie: A Hacker’s Return to a Ruinous Sport, by Carl Hiaasen [Non-Fiction] Mr. Hiaasen decided to return to golf after 30 years of not playing. This is a journal of his progress. It is laugh out loud funny, especially to all golfers who have been there, done that. This reader could not help … Read more

Read Now, Discuss Later

Perrot will be hosting highly acclaimed author Elizabeth Strout to discuss her latest novel, Olive Kitteridge, on November 12th, 2008. Widely praised by critics, the novel is a compelling series of connected short stories that illuminate the complicated character of Olive Kitteridge and her small-town Maine community. Ms. Strout is the author of the other … Read more

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