Downton Abbey almost gone but not forgotten! Final season begins Sunday, January 3rd.

Well mates, the final season of Downton Abbey is upon us. We have been delighted and devastated as we have followed the escapades of the Crawley Family and their faithful staff.  We’re simply gobsmacked that Season 6 will be the conclusion of this popular and beautifully-made series. While we are grateful for our English friends […]

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Our top blog posts and lists in 2015

What's got thousands of words and even more thousands of clicks? That's right...our staff sharing their knowledge and passion on our website! Blogs Once a Librarian, Always a Librarian—Remembering Frank De La Cruz: Mary Margaret M.'s beautifully-written tribute to a beloved colleague. "Frank was a verb." Be Someone’s Hero: Volunteer Opportunities for Teens: Pam P.'s […]

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NoveList is the Novellest…

In a reading slump? Read a book and want more just like it? Well, have we got the thing for you! NoveList is a digital resource available in our E-Library. If it sounds familiar, it's because you can see recommendations from NoveList pop up in our catalog, on the right side of any book record. If you click "More From […]

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Reading Challenge Recs: Book Riot Read Harder Book Challenge

Are you planning on tackling the 2016 reading Book Riot Read Harder Book Challenge? Jessica and I saw NYPL's great suggested reading list that they linked to, and wanted to make one featuring books you can get here at PCPL, including some local favorites. You're invited to join in the fun by commenting with your recommendations and discoveries below! Read […]

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New Diversity in Marvel

Ms. Marvel: No Normal revolves around Kamala Khan, a Pakistani Muslim teen living in New Jersey, dealing with being culturally separated from both her parents and schoolmates. Within this weird limbo of teenage frustration, her newfound powers could be just what’s needed to finally find where her place is in this world. Ms. Marvel One […]

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