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The Last Sister Captures the Culprit!

The Last Cynster Standing….. So I have had the last Cynster book, The Capture of the Earl of Glencrae, sitting in my “To-Be-Read” pile for a couple of months now, and things have finally slowed down enough that I can now get back to my favorite pastime…reading!  Now I have been super excited to read […]

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Comtemporary Japanese Culture Books

The Central Branch of the Ohio Township Public Library System was recently awarded 86 books about contemporary Japanese culture from the Nippon Foundation as part of the foundation’s “100 Books for Understanding Contemporary Japan” program. These books, written in English, cover five categories: Politics & International Relations, Economy & Business, Society & Culture, Literature & […]

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Ms. Kim – Love Your Librarian

Kim Bean has worked for the Ohio Township Public Library System for four years. She has worked at all three branches and now is working in the Children’s Department at the Central Library.   Kim is originally from Chicago. She was in the Navy when she was young. She lived in Puerto Rico for one […]

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Vampire Kisses

Now I have never been on the Twilight fanboat.  In fact, I have never read any of the Twilight books!  I know that has probably just shocked over half of you, but to slightly redeem myself, I have watched the movies and love the movies.  If you are a fan of the books or a […]

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The Christmas Wedding

So I was watching TV one night, yes, I do tend towards being a night owl, and I saw a commercial for The Christmas Wedding by James Patterson.   Typically, I wouldn’t pay any attention because it’s been a long time since I’ve read any book by him, but the commercial sparked my interest.  I couldn’t […]

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