Summer days call for BBQs, spending time with friends and family, and enjoying the great outdoors. After spending a year indoors and social distancing, we’re all celebrating a little bit differently these days. Whether it’s a small gathering with your closest friends and family, or something a little bit larger, we’ve curated a list ofContinue reading “Books for Summer Entertaining”
Do you enjoy reading Reese Witherspoon’s Book Club picks? We’ve compiled a list of her past selected titles that are currently on our shelves! Check them out before someone else does!
Enjoy learning more about U.S. History? Check out one of these reads the next time you’re browsing our collection!
Juneteenth commemorates the day the last enslaved people were emancipated in the U.S. on June 19, 1865. To learn more about the black experience throughout history, our Juneteenth reading list features both fiction and non-fiction titles written by Black authors.
Enjoy watching old reruns of Friends? Or have you just started watching the show after catching the Friends Reunion? This week, we’ve a compiled a list of reads that focus on the joy of friendship.
June is Pride Month! Celebrate and honor the month with these reads! All the titles featured on this list can be found in the Mid-Hudson Library System’s catalog.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. “Established in 1949, the goal of this month is to support people with mental illness, educate the public on mental health, advocate for support, and break the stigma surrounding mental illnesses.”- School Library Journal The titles on our list all touch on the theme of mental health and mentalContinue reading “Books to Read During Mental Health Awareness Month”
May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage month! We’ve compiled a list of titles in our collection that are written by Asian American and Pacific Islander authors to help better understand the Asian American and the Pacific Islander American experience.
April is Autism Awareness/Acceptance Month! This week, we’ve compiled a list of titles featuring Autistic protagonists.
National Library Week runs from April 4th- April 10th, and promotes the idea that libraries extend far beyond the four walls of a building- and that everyone is welcome to use their services. In honor of National Library Week, we’ve compiled a list of titles that celebrate libraries and librarians!