Check out our brand new off-site book discussion group at the former home of the Annapolis Library, the 1747 Pub at Reynolds Tavern. We’ve chosen as our first book The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot.
Books at Bars starts this September so start reading now!
For more information on this, or other upcoming Books at Bars discussions, join our Meetup group.

Check out our brand new off-site book discussion group at the former home of the Annapolis Library, the 1747 Pub at Reynolds Tavern. We’ve chosen as our first book The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot.

Books at Bars starts this September so start reading now!

For more information on this, or other upcoming Books at Bars discussions, join our Meetup group.


Happy birthday, Harry James Potter! July 31, 1980

(Source: mydraco, via librarylagrange)


Throwback Thursday
Summer Reading, 1992

Throwback Thursday

Summer Reading, 1992


(Source: writingbox)


One day left to submit your book trailer. We’ve got lots of great entries.
Check here for more info.

One day left to submit your book trailer. We’ve got lots of great entries.

Check here for more info.


reviewsdayTuesday
Girls Like Us by Gail Giles is a tough look at womanhood told through a unique set of characters: Quincy, always ready for a fight, and Biddy, who hides from the world. Recent high school special education graduates, the two make unlikely roommates, but their differences balance each other. Despite their rough start, their growing friendship gives them the strength to face the challenges and horrors of making a place in a world that isn’t always accepting or understanding.
Warning: Graphic scenes. 
Find it in your library.

reviewsdayTuesday

Girls Like Us by Gail Giles is a tough look at womanhood told through a unique set of characters: Quincy, always ready for a fight, and Biddy, who hides from the world. Recent high school special education graduates, the two make unlikely roommates, but their differences balance each other. Despite their rough start, their growing friendship gives them the strength to face the challenges and horrors of making a place in a world that isn’t always accepting or understanding.

Warning: Graphic scenes.

Find it in your library.


"Books are uniquely a portable magic." -  Stephen King, On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft
https://flic.kr/p/9i8sWE

"Books are uniquely a portable magic." -  Stephen King, On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft

https://flic.kr/p/9i8sWE


Throwback Thursday
Summer Reading, August 1953

Throwback Thursday

Summer Reading, August 1953



Here’s EllaRose’s take on In a Glass Grimly by Adam Gidwitz.

Want to read it? Find it at your library.

Don’t forget, there’s one week left to enter the Book Trailer Contest.