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- Get back to the book (7/26/2017) - On Thursday July 20, an article by Philip Yancey was published in the Washington Post’s titled, The Death of Reading is Threatening the Soul. In it he articulates a crisis that many of us can probably relate to, though we have not had the patience and insight to name it. He discusses the familiar problem … Continue reading Get back to the book
- Staff Picks at the Chelmsford Library (7/25/2017) - If you’re wondering what to read next, or wandering the aisles wishing someone could just hand you something good, we now have a rotating collection of staff picks for you! The section is comprised of books from many of our collections, read and recommended by our wonderful readers on staff. Here are a few of … Continue reading Staff Picks at the Chelmsford Library
- Bibliobites in June: Super Summery Supper Salads (7/11/2017) - Warm sunny days are here, and who wants to spend them standing over a hot stove? Wouldn’t you rather put together a cool, crunchy, savory meal of greens or grains or pasta complemented by a freshly made tangy dressing? Main-dish salads are a (mostly!) quick and delicious solution for hot-weather meals, and our two titles … Continue reading Bibliobites in June: Super Summery Supper Salads
- Henry David Thoreau turns 200! (7/11/2017) - Henry David Thoreau, one of our most important and treasured local authors, would have been 200 years old on Wednesday July 12. Numerous events and celebrations are taking place in and around Concord to commemorate his life and legacy. His works are always relevant to our understanding of the environment and nature and our role … Continue reading Henry David Thoreau turns 200!