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Adult Summer Reading 2017

The TCPL Adult Summer Reading program is going through its Terrific Twos! And just like the children’s and teens’ summer reading challenge, we invite adults to read to “Build a Better World” from now until August 30.

On Display - July 2017

Wondering what we are featuring on our displays this month? Here's the roundup: 

Currently On Display at the Main Library

On the First Floor

  • New Items: New books can be found near the first floor elevator and on a shelf across from the checkout desk. New audiobooks, CDs, and DVDs can be found in clear display racks to the left of the checkout desk.
  • Staff Picks: at the entrance to the Fiction Room, near the Coddington Street entrance

On Display - June 2017

Wondering what we are featuring on our displays this month? Here's the roundup:  

Currently On Display at the Main Library

On the First Floor

  • New Items: New books can be found near the first floor elevator and on a shelf across from the check out desk. New audiobooks, CDs, and DVDs can be found in clear display racks to the left of the check out desk.
  • Staff Picks: at the entrance to the Fiction Room, near the Coddington Street entrance

JFK at 100

Monday marked the 100th anniversary of John F. Kennedy’s birth in Brookline.

On Display - May 2017

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Currently On Display at the Main Library

On the First Floor

Insane Clown President by Matt Taibbi

Subtitled "Dispatches from the 2016 Circus". November’s election results were shocking to most Americans - liberal or conservative. Each day we’re learning more and more about what President Trump and his administration have in store for us. But if you’re still processing what exactly went on the past year and a half during the election cycle, Matt Taibbi’s missives from the campaign trail will delight and inform. Originally published in Rolling Stone magazine, these essays highlight Taibbi’s wit and cynicism about the candidates, the media, and our shared future.

On Display - April 2017

Wondering what we are featuring on our displays this month? Here's the roundup:

Currently On Display at the Main Library

On the First Floor

  • New Items: New books can be found near the first floor elevator and on a shelf across from the check out desk. New audiobooks, CDs, and DVDs can be found in clear display racks to the left of the check out desk.

On Display - March 2017

Wondering what we are featuring on our displays this month? Here's the roundup:

Currently On Display at the Main Library

On the First Floor

  • New Items: New books can be found near the first floor elevator and on a shelf across from the check out desk. New audiobooks, CDs, and DVDs can be found in clear display racks to the left of the check out desk.
  • Staff Picks: at the entrance to the Fiction Room, near the Coddington Street entrance

On Display - February 2017

Wondering what we are featuring on our displays this month? Here's the roundup:

Currently On Display at the Main Library

On the First Floor

  • New Items: New books can be found near the first floor elevator and on a shelf across from the check out desk. New audiobooks, CDs, and DVDs can be found in clear display racks to the left of the check out desk.
  • Staff Picks: at the entrance to the Fiction Room, near the Coddington Street entrance

Shelter by Jung Yun

Violence comes in many forms. Some we live with and replicate, and sometimes it is completely random. Is it ingrained within our culture? Do some cultures harbor it more than others? Kyung Cho grew up in Marlboro, MA after moving with his parents from Korea when he was a young boy. He married a non-Korean woman, whose father and brother are both police officers. They have a young son and are floundering financially. One day, while trying to figure out how to get out from the house they own but cannot afford, Kyung’s mom stumbles into the yard, completely naked.

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