The White Garden: A Novel of Virginia Woolf, by Stephanie BarronThe author is known for her mysteries featuring Jane Austen, and now has a literary mystery featuring Virginia Woolf. The action features Jo Bellamy, an American gardener doing research at Sissinghurst Castle’s famous White Garden. It’s a good read if you like historical and literary … Read more
Registration for Youth Services’ Winter/Spring 2010 Program Session is going on now through Sunday, January 10th, 2020. [View the winter program schedule.] Our program registration is by lottery You must have an active library card in good standing to register Obtain a registration postcard for the program of your choice from the Youth Services Circulation … Read more
Random House Children’s Books is honoring the memory of Kate McClelland and Kathy Krasniewicz with a special scholarship for a new or student librarian to attend the American Library Association Annual Conference. From Random House’s Website:ALA Members: In 500 words or less, tell us about a new librarian or library student who has never attended … Read more
Please use caution– the entrance to Perrot’s adult wing is closed temporarily while damage from a car accident this fall is repaired.
CONGRATULATIONS to the winners of the Semi-Annual Young Young Critics’ Club (Y2C2) Jeopardy Tournament! They are the current holders of the coveted Wonderful Golden “Y” Award! (Yes, it looks like a lobster, but trust us, it’s also a wonderful golden ‘Y’– stop by the Youth Services Department and see for yourself!). The winners– Team We … Read more
Anne Gilhuly is scheduled to lecture at Perrot on Shakespeare’s Hamlet on Wednesday, December 2nd, 2009, at 7:30 P.M. The event will also feature dramatic readings from the work by Shakespeare players Florence Phillips and Dick Leonard.