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Thursday, 13 December 2012
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Bookcover: Winter Solstice
<br />Here is another reading pick from the Logan Library Staff.


Book: Winter Solstice
by Rosamunde Pilcher

Recommended by: Karen
My favorite Christmas read. I feel Iike I am visiting old friends as I catch up with this wonderful story of a group of people find a way to celebrate Christmas in ways they never expected. This book is a treasure!!




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Posted By Logan Library at 8:21 AM
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Monday, 26 November 2012
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Bookcover: Liesl and Po
<br />Here is another reading pick from the Logan Library Staff.


Book: Liesl and Po
by Lauren Oliver

Recommended by: Sherrie
If you havent met Liesl or Po yet, you are missing out! Enter a world where strange magic is abroad, written by Lauren Oliver and read on CD by Jim Dale (narrator of the Harry Potter series.) In this loveable fantasy, a mix-up involving the greatest magic in the world has tremendous consequences for Liesl, an orphan who has been locked in an attic, Will, an alchemist's runaway apprentice, and Po, a ghost. Read as they are pursued by friend and foe while making an important journey. This story has now found a spot on my list a favorite JFiction.



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Posted By Logan Library at 8:34 AM
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Wednesday, 31 October 2012
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Bookcover: The Aeneid
<br />Here is another reading pick from the Logan Library Staff.


Book: The Aeneid
by Virgil, translated by Robert Fitzgerald

Recommended by: Joseph
How do you review a true classic? Virgil's Aenied, written around 25 BC, is the epic tale of the founding of the Roman empire. In beautifully descriptive language, Virgil (and Fitzgerald as his able translator from the Latin) tells the story of Aeneas, a refugee from the fall of Troy, who famously follows his fate ordained by the gods through violent storms in the Mediterranean, a passionate love affair in North Africa, a haunting visit to the underworld, and victory on the Italian peninsula after several shockingly brutal battles.



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Posted By Logan Library at 9:23 AM
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