These are all the News & Announcements posted in June, 2009.
Staff Reading Pick
Here is another reading pick from the Logan Library Staff.
Book: The Suspicions of Mr. Whicher by Kate Summerscale
Recommended by: Katrina, Library Technical Assistant
In 1860, Jonathan Whicher, one of the original eight Scotland Yard officers, is sent to an English country house to investigate the murder of a child that has stumped the local constabulary. Filled with quotes from contemporary newspapers & journalists, as well as theories from Charles Dickens & Wilkie Collins, The Suspicions of Mr. Whicher provides a detailed & delving look at Victorian society as it became consumed with a gruesome murder and its ensuing investigation. The book also provides insight into the development of the "detective", both in fact & fiction. Many details of the case, and Whicher himself, helped to shape the emerging genre of the detective novel.
Want more reading suggestions? View previous staff picks.
Posted By Logan Library at 6:21 PM / Category:Staff Picks
Summer Reading Program 2009
This summer you can have fun reading and win prizes too. Our annual Summer Reading Program starts today, June 8, and we have programs for every age group. All three programs give you the chance to win prizes simply for reading books.
Happy Summer Reading!
Posted By Logan Library at 3:03 PM / Category:Events
City of Logan Sesquicentennial
On Saturday June 6, Logan is celebrating the Sesquicentennial of its founding. To celebrate the city is hosting an all day event that includes special guest speakers, walking tours of Logan, and historical displays. For more information, visit the City of Logan website.
The Logan Library is commemorating the occasion by creating an online collection of historic photos. These photos feature recognizable landmarks throughout our 150 year history. We hope you enjoy looking at these photos and seeing how our city has evolved to the thriving and beautiful community that we know today.
Posted By Logan Library at 11:49 AM / Category:Community
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