2021 Reading Challenge: Read a nonfiction book written by a woman.

When you think of nonfiction, you may think of large tomes about long-gone presidents. Spruce up your nonfiction experience by reading a work of nonfiction written by a woman! This can include science writing, essays, memoirs and biographies, history, or anything rooted in true events and ideas. The recommendations below are just a few reads … Continue reading 2021 Reading Challenge: Read a nonfiction book written by a woman.

2021 Reading Challenge: Read a book you’ve been intimidated to read.

We all have one... that book on your to-be-read list that stares you down, year after year. Perhaps it's the length, or subject matter, or even the book's age that keeps you from picking it up out of fear it will be to challenging or uncomfortable. This challenge prompt will allow you to finally check … Continue reading 2021 Reading Challenge: Read a book you’ve been intimidated to read.

What We’re Reading: Fall 2019

Check out what our staff is reading this time of year! Heartland: A Memoir of Working Hard and Being Broke in the Richest Country on Earth by Sarah Smarsh During Sarah Smarsh’s turbulent childhood in Kansas in the 1980s and 1990s, the forces of cyclical poverty and the country’s changing economic policies solidified her family’s … Continue reading What We’re Reading: Fall 2019

What to Read: World Mental Health Day 2019

Every year on October 10, World Mental Health Day is observed with the objective of raising awareness to mental health issues around the world and in our own community. These may include anxiety and panic disorders, depression, anger, personality disorders, loneliness, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and body image or eating disorders. You are not alone. … Continue reading What to Read: World Mental Health Day 2019