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Book Review: Planetfall by Emma Newman

Booked Solid - Dallas Public Library 12/9 4:00A Brandon Murray
What if someone offered you the chance to escape all of the issues you face in your life and start over on a distant planet with a new society?  Would you take it… even if it came at a hidden Continue reading

Multicultural Storytime

Booked Solid - Dallas Public Library 12/2 4:00A Lauren Hough
A few months back I wrote about my journey transitioning into social justice storytimes. With almost a year under my belt now I ve come to find that topics on diversity are increasingly difficult to find, especially when it comes to Continue reading

My Playwright, Donald Margulies

Booked Solid - Dallas Public Library 11/25 4:00A catherine.ritchie
Who s my favorite playwright? Hard to say, because I most often think in terms of favorite  plays instead, regardless of authorship. However, I can actually cite one particular writer who has consistently guaranteed me a positive theatrical...

Book Review: Am I big or little?, by Margaret Park Bridges

Booked Solid - Dallas Public Library 11/18 4:00A Dixie Suarez
Lately, the evolution of my personal relationship with my mother has been on my mind. I clearly remember the rough patch we hit during my teenage years and I cringe just thinking how my teenage angst caused her so much pain. Continue reading

Book Review: The Wild Wisdom of Weeds, by Katrina Blair

Booked Solid - Dallas Public Library 11/11 4:37A Mark Draz
Foraging for wild foods had been on my mind recently. Between an article about local chefs foraging for ingredients, and an episode of the Podcast on Natural Dallas about foraging, I was interested in learning more. I  found a book Continue reading

Book Review: The Bill Hodges Trilogy, by Stephen King

Booked Solid - Dallas Public Library 11/4 4:00A Humanities Specialist
With the recent film releases of The Dark Tower and It, there’s no better time to explore something a little bit different from the master of horror Stephen King in the form of The Bill Hodges Trilogy. The series starts Continue reading

Book Review: IT, by Stephen King

Booked Solid - Dallas Public Library 10/28 4:00A teresa.bocanegra
As a child of the 1980s, I remember feeling too serious (and fearful) a reader to even look at a Stephen King novel. Back then, my self-assigned task was to stick to the classics of literature (as well as Peggy Continue reading
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