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Age Appropriate Libby and Hoopla Filters By: Nickole Shipley Want to know how to apply limits for age appropriate content on the library offered application e-book services such as Libby by Overdrive and Hoopla where you can enjoy digital content on your devices? Below you will find...

Black History Month: Our Book Picks By: Donna Lefeber February is Black History Month and it is a good time to acknowledge the achievements and contributions of black authors.  Recently, many authors – both established and rising new talents - have received prestigious book awards and prizes....

It's Still Flu Season - Beware! Take Care! By: Pam Lamberger I obediently roll up my sleeve every fall and avert my eyes while the nurse or pharmacist jabs my arm with the seasonal flu vaccine. Word is that this year’s brew is proving to be only...

Readers' Advisory: Reawakening and Rediscovering Joy By: Heidi Herald You’ve probably heard of, and possibly read, A Man Called Ove, the unlikely international bestseller by Swedish author, Fredrik Backman, that rocketed him to the top of the bestseller lists.  This quirky novel tells the story of an...

Get Your Game On At The Library By: Joseph Wooley If you have spent time around the Hamilton East Public Library in the past few months, you have no doubt noticed our growing board game collection. Whether you walk past the ever-expanding shelves of games in Noblesville...

Wintry Reads for Snowy Nights By: Julia Welzen Winter is upon us in full force, and the combination of extreme weather and beauty lends itself well to books steeped in myth and survival. So curl up with a blanket, fix yourself a warm drink, and lose yourself...

The Witches’ Tree:  An Agatha Raisin Mystery By: M.C. Beaton I really enjoy listening to the audiobook versions of the Agatha Raisin mysteries by M.C. Beaton.  We have a large selection of these mysteries both in CD format and in Overdrive.  There are 28 mysteries in the...

What Happened By: Hillary Rodham Clinton I was torn when attempting to select a title to discuss for my October book review. I recently finished two books that I found quite compelling – one fiction and the other non-fiction. Both H. Jack Mayer’s Life in a Jar...

How to Find Love in a Bookshop By: Veronica Henry Words cannot describe how much I love books about books.  Throw in an English accent and charming characters, and I’m a lost cause.   How to Find Love in a Bookshop by Veronica Henry follows the story of...

The Impossible Fortress By: Jason Rekulak I don’t often browse the stacks looking for a new book to read. Many times, I have a specific title I’m looking for, and I go right for it. But once in a blue moon, the cover of a book will...

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