Book Displays @ the Library

IMG_0024Are you looking for your next read but aren’t quite sure what that read is?  The Livingston Public Library has many book displays located throughout the building that you can browse.  This month our Librarian Archana has displayed books with red and green covers that begs to ask you, “Have you RED a good book lately? or How about reading GREEN?”.

Archana has displayed wonderful titles such as Geek Girl Rising, Thinking in Numbers, and many more. So why not try reading in the color of the season and give one of these books a try!  

Still unsure of what to read?  We have a surplus of other displays that you can browse, and when in doubt, you can always ask one of our librarians who are full of bookish knowledge.  So come on down to the library where your next read awaits!

P.S.  Don’t forget to let us know what you’re reading in the comments below!

-Jessica Bielen, Adult Services Librarian

Livi Lit

Have you checked out what the Livingston Public Library librarians are reading? Our Livi Lit videos are posted on the library’s Instagram account @LivingstonLibrary and offer readers a quick insight into what they are reading!  

In case you missed it, in the previous Livi Lit video, Librarians Gina and Jessica discussed To Make Monsters Out of Girls, a collection of poetry by Amanda Lovelace, and The Wild Robot by Peter Brown, which was our Xtreme Readers book club choice for grades 4-5!

In the most recent Livi Lit video, librarians Gina and Jessica talked what they are Adultscurrently reading.  Jessica told us about The Adults by Caroline Hulse. This book opens with an emergency call because someone has been shot with a bow and arrow.  But who? And why? In this novel, Claire and Matt are divorced and they have a daughter. The ex-couple decides to go on a holiday with their daughter, her imaginary (and really tall) rabbit, and their new significant others.

the immortalistsGina discussed The Immortalists by Chole Benjamin.  In this novel, four siblings see a fortune teller who tells them each when they are going to die.  This prediction shapes the choices that they make and the way that they live their lives.

So, travel on over to the library’s Instagram, check out what we’re reading, and comment below with what’s in your to-read pile!

-Jessica Bielen, Adult Services Librarian