MPL Staff tell all about 10 Summer Favorites Sting-Ray Afternoons (by Steve Rushin). Curtis Says: It feels like someone else wrote your autobiography—if you existed in the 1970’s and the mid-west was your universe. Awesome memory overload, and great humor too! The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek (by Kim Michele Richardson). Kelly says: My favorite read of this summer so far! This story reminds me of one woman’s determination to bring reading, literacy and the library to the less fortunate no matter what the personal cost.
Snippets from the Stacks
Marion, IA (June 24, 2019) – The Marion Public Library hosted the City’s first ever Pride in Action event on June 22nd. Timing of this event was a great complement to the Mayor’s official proclamation of June as Pride month, read at the June 20th City Council Meeting.
Posted: Jun 25, 2019
7 Books that Marion Public Library staff are loving, loathing and tolerating this Summer: The greatest you: face reality, release negativity, and live your purpose (by Trent Shelton). Staff Rating: 4 Stars. https://crpl.ent.sirsi.net/client/en_US/mpl/search/results/?qu=the+greatest+you A very good book with lots of great advice. I took the time to write down several quotes from this book. Verdict: It’s love
Posted: Jun 18, 2019
This Time Will Be Different By Misa Sugiura
Posted: Jun 10, 2019