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Booked Solid - Dallas Public Library 5/8 5:30A Andrew Anderson
When, afternoons, the sun descends and shadows start to lengthen,I take me to the TV screen, my legal mind to strengthen.I fumble through the DVDs, through menu choices hasten,And sharpen courtroom wits on episodes of [ ]

The Final Revival of Opal & Nev

Booked Solid - Dallas Public Library 5/5 11:43A Shane Longoria
In her debut novel, author Dawnie Walton explores the complicated relationships between artist fan, ally marginalized, and persona self in an invigorating, often heartbreaking journey through music, politics, and history. The Final [ ]

Coming back home: Jerry Bywaters and the Dallas art scene

Booked Solid - Dallas Public Library 4/28 4:38A Mariza Morin
It’s Dallas Arts Month! So, I stopped and asked myself: who is the biggest Dallasite of them all in the Fine Arts’ Print Collection at DPL? Well it would have to be Jerry Bywaters, of [ ]

Ready to Fly by Lea Lyon and A. LaFaye

Booked Solid - Dallas Public Library 4/10 5:30A Ashleigh Martin
Ready to Fly: How Sylvia Townsend Became the Bookmobile Ballerina, written by Lea Lyon and A. LaFaye, combine two of my favorite things. One of them is incredibly obvious—books. The other is dance. It’s only [ ]

Crying in H Mart by Michelle Zauner

Booked Solid - Dallas Public Library 4/7 5:27A Shane Longoria
Michelle Zauner, most known as the face of Philadelphia indie rock outfit Japanese Breakfast, can never remember the day her mother died. She writes in the early chapters of her debut memoir, Crying in H [ ]

Children and Teen Non-Fiction to Celebrate National Deaf History Month

Booked Solid - Dallas Public Library 4/3 5:30P Alicia Deal-Unsal KayCee Choi
National Deaf History Month occurs from March 13 through April 15th and is supposed to bring awareness about Deaf history and Deaf culture. Last year, we wrote about National Deaf History Month, and this year [ ]

Adult Fiction to Celebrate National Deaf History Month

Booked Solid - Dallas Public Library 3/31 5:30A Alicia Deal-Unsal KayCee Choi
National Deaf History Month occurs from March 13 through April 15th and is supposed to bring awareness about Deaf history and Deaf culture. Last year, we wrote about National Deaf History Month, and this year [ ]

Adult Non-Fiction to Celebrate National Deaf History Month

Booked Solid - Dallas Public Library 3/22 7:46A Alicia Deal-Unsal
National Deaf History Month occurs from March 13 through April 15th and is supposed to bring awareness about Deaf history and Deaf culture. Last year, we wrote about National Deaf History Month, and this year [ ]

Bring On The Filk!

Booked Solid - Dallas Public Library 3/13 5:30A Andrew Anderson
Filk can be hard to come by, but somehow, we ve done it. Adventures in Filk There are two kinds of people in the world: those who already know about filk and filking, and those who [ ]

A Little Devil in America

Booked Solid - Dallas Public Library 3/6 5:30A Shane Longoria
People tell stories with their movement. When people dance together, there are stories of celebration that manifest in the form of rhythmic motion; when two people fight, there is a story of anger, perhaps fear, [ ]

Passing by Nella Larsen

Booked Solid - Dallas Public Library 2/27 5:30A Tommi Smith
First order of business: Happy Black History Month! Second: Passing, a novel by Nella Larsen, explores the African American experience of colorism in both the main character’s own communities and the greater American society in [ ]
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