Tag Archives: Linda J.
Polish your library card, clean your reading glasses, dust off your Kindle — whatever you need to do — because today Seattle Arts & Lectures and Seattle Public Library launch Summer Book Bingo, the 2017 edition! Pick up a bingo … Continue reading
Are you ready to play along with the most fabulous adult summer reading program around? Great — because today Seattle Arts & Lectures and Seattle Public Library launch Summer Book Bingo, the 2016 edition! Pick one up at any of … Continue reading
Do you follow the International Dublin Literary Awards? Here’s why you should: Public libraries around the world nominate books for the award, and you love public libraries. A healthy mix of U.S. and international novels make both the longlist and … Continue reading
Most of the email I receive outside of work goes unopened. But not this one: I immediately click through to check out the newest edition of The New Yorker via Zinio, a service Seattle Public Library offers for free with a Library card. … Continue reading
I made just one new year’s reading resolution this year: Read no books with the words “girl” or “wife” in the title. A few days into 2016 and I failed with American Housewife by Helen Ellis (a pure delight to … Continue reading