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Dark Black

Booked Solid - Dallas Public Library 9/15 5:00A andrew.anderson
How Dark Can a Black Comedy Get? How dark, that is, before you have to call it something other than a comedy? Of course, there’s no clear boundary, but I can say that a black comedy that markets itself as Continue reading

Book Review: Out in the Open, by Jesús Carrasco y Javi Rey

Booked Solid - Dallas Public Library 9/8 5:00A Karyn Choi
¡Saludos desde España! Out in the Open, originally a novel written by Jesús Carrasco and adapted by Javi Rey, is Spain s answer to Cormac McCarthy s The Road. We begin in a crumbling small town in a dystopian alternate world of Spain.  Continue...

Mighty Girls for Middle Grades – Hindu Mythology Edition

Booked Solid - Dallas Public Library 9/1 5:00A Lauren Hough
I have been on a search this year to promote strong female characters in children s literature and when I learned about Rick Riordan Presents a new imprint with Disney Hyperion I was excited to learn that at least Continue reading

Book Review: Rama II by Arthur C. Clarke and Gentry Lee

Booked Solid - Dallas Public Library 8/25 5:00A Brandon Murray
There are few names in science fiction literature that are more recognizable than the late Arthur C. Clarke, and with the volume of literature that he wrote in his lifetime, it can be a daunting task to choose a novel Continue reading

Book review: I am not your perfect Mexican daughter, by Erika L. Sanchez

Booked Solid - Dallas Public Library 8/18 5:00A YA Specialist
I Am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter, by Erika L. Sanchez When first looking at the title, most readers might assume that the book is only about the cultural struggles the characters face between Mexico and the United States.  This Continue...

Takeover Thursday: Hampton-Illinois Branch

Booked Solid - Dallas Public Library 8/16 6:11A Hampton-Illinois Branch
Hello! We re the staff of the Hampton-Illinois Branch. We ve taken over the Library s social media channels today. (Don t worry it s a friendly takeover!) We want you to know more about our branch and what makes us special. What makes Continue...

What A Singular Man Was This…

Booked Solid - Dallas Public Library 8/11 5:00A catherine.ritchie
Leonard Bernstein (1918-1990) was a force of nature the world s stage at times seemed inadequate in handling the breadth and depth of his artistic reach. Composer of both classical and show music; lyricist; conductor; virtuoso pianist; author;...

Book Review: Ebola, by Patricia Newman

Booked Solid - Dallas Public Library 8/4 5:00A Dixie Suarez
Ebola by Patricia Newman Epidemics are devastating events that also create fear and confusion; especially when they re sensationalized by the news media. Patricia Newman s book explores the 2014 Ebola outbreak, its historical significance,...
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