With this form you can request a book or other material from another library. You must have a Nederland Community Library card to request and receive interlibrary loan materials. The material requested must have been published for more than one year.
Lily and the Octopus by Steven Rowley and The Curious Charms of Arthur Pepper by Phaedra Patrick.
Saddened by the state of the world these days, I began searching for something to read that would take me out of my bad frame of mind. I found a couple of perfect prospects...by Roberta Brown-Jones
Rebecca Solnit’s 2005 book A Field Guide to Getting Lost and Howard Axelrod’s debut novel, The Point of Vanishing.
The titles of Solnit’s book and Baker’s film have “getting lost” in common, a state of mind that can be both terrifying and exhilarating....by Tom Lambrecht
Daring Greatly, You are a Badass, and Presence
With a new year fresh at our backs, it is a good time to reflect on things that are going well for us, as well as things we would like to improve upon...by Celine Cooper
When Breath Becomes Air, A Really Good Day, Battleworn, The Liar’s Club, Hillbilly Elegy-
With few exceptions, the memoir genre has always struck me as self-serving and redemptive, especially when written by someone in the prime of life. Here are some of the exceptions that are worth your time....by Susan Gerhart
Elizabeth McKenzie’s The Portable Veblen.
I always enjoy books that are fictional but nonetheless expose me to real-life ideas and people that I previously knew nothing about....by Roberta Brown-Jones
Moonglow, Thus Bad Begins, End of Watch, The Sympathizer, White Trash-
It’s the end of the year, and all the major book reviewers are issuing their “best of 2016” lists. The New York Times, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Kirkus all have their favorites. Here are my top five....by Susan Gerhart
The Hour of Land: A Personal Topography of America’s National Parks, A Thinking Person’s Guide to America’s National Parks, Rightful Heritage --
The Nederland Community Library has added three new books that celebrate this legacy. These range from the philosophical to the historical to a travel guide, but all three titles manage to blur these rigid classifications, making for immersive reading....by Tom Lambrecht
Cricket, National Geographic Kids, Horn Book Magazine, and Ranger Rick--
Our children’s magazines are not only filled with great information, but are also a great tool to use for kids to become interested in certain subjects – especially if they are reluctant readers....by Celine Cooper