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Do You Want a Nobel Prize or a Grammy?

Booked Solid - Dallas Public Library 7/7 5:00A andrew.anderson
Nobel or Grammy? has never been considered an either/or matter, so you might as well stop practicing the double-take you were going to do when it happens. In 2016, Bob Dylan proved- as did Rabindranath Tagore over a hundred years Continue reading

Book Review: Pantheon – The True Story of Egyptian Deities by Hamish Steele

Booked Solid - Dallas Public Library 6/30 5:00A Karyn Choi
Oh shazbutt!  I m in high school English and I need to write a paper on  Egyptian gods!  There are SO MANY!  Never fear, Hamish is here.  Pantheon The True Story of Egyptian Deities written and illustrated by Hamish Steele is a South Continue...

Book Review: The Punch Escrow by Tal M. Klein

Booked Solid - Dallas Public Library 6/23 5:00A Brandon Murray
What if you could travel halfway across the world in the blink of an eye?  How might that actually work?  What unexpected consequences might result for the individuals who use such technology and the society that embraces it?  These are Continue...

Book review: This heart of mine, by C. C. Hunter

Booked Solid - Dallas Public Library 6/16 5:00A YA Specialist
Leah Mackenzie has an artificial heart that she carries around in a backpack to keep her alive. A virus killed her heart, and the artificial one only lasts for so long. But as she waits for a transplant (with little Continue reading

Children’s book review: Sloppy Joe, by Dave Keane

Booked Solid - Dallas Public Library 6/9 5:00A Dixie Suarez
Sloppiness gives us more time for fun, was the motto of my siblings and myself growing up. It was never said out loud but we knew cleaning up our messes took away from all the excitement we were having playing Continue reading

Mysteries of the Summer-natural

Booked Solid - Dallas Public Library 6/2 5:00A Humanities Specialist
It’s summer and most people are spending it barbecuing or lying in their hammocks while the bright Texan sun warms them. But there are those of us who spend this time buried in a good mystery. This summer, why not Continue reading

Book review: The Truants, by Lee Markham

Booked Solid - Dallas Public Library 5/26 5:00A Mandy Reichelt
The Truants, a debut novel by Lee Markham, is a lot of things: part crime thriller, part horror story, and part social commentary. It takes place in post-apocalyptic London, a city plagued by poverty, drugs, and violence. The year is Continue...
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