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Dec 4, 2017

Me Too

Suzanne Sanderson, Librarian

By now, you've heard about the #metoo movement. Even if you aren't on Facebook. Even if you don't have a Twitter account. Even if you don't watch television or read newspapers or magazines, you must have heard about #metoo. In fact, you may have heard so much that you are getting sick and tired of the whole thing. There's the danger.  We are so inundated with bad news that we just want it…  MORE >>


Nov 27, 2017

Landing at Plymouth Rock

Suzanne Sanderson, Librarian

Last week, we celebrated Thanksgiving. We all know the story (or, as at least one book claims, the myth) of Thanksgiving. How the Indians taught the Pilgrims to plant corn so that they wouldn't starve. How the harvest was bountiful. How the Pilgrims and the Indians came together for days of feasting and playing games. But is that the whole story - or even the real story? Who were these people…  MORE >>


Nov 20, 2017

Thanksgiving Memories

Suzanne Sanderson, Plymouth Librarian

In past years, I have written about the true meaning of Thanksgiving, giving thanks. This year, I'll just get down to what most people think about when they think of Thanksgiving: food. We know that Thanksgiving is a harvest festival, a time to give thanks for the bounties of nature... or for having enough food to survive for another year. Thanksgiving is also a time for family and friends to…  MORE >>


Nov 13, 2017

New Books for Children

Suzanne Sanderson, Librarian

Last week I shared a rather long list of new books that the library has for adult readers. Now it's time for kiddie lit.

Picture books to look for:

Silly Lilly and the four seasons /Rosenstiehl, Agnes

How big could your pumpkin grow? /Minor, Wendell.

Secrets of the seasons : orbiting the sun in our backyard /Zoehfeld,…  MORE >>