From creepy to crafty to downright odd, we have the books you need to get into the Halloween spirit.
Enjoy classic fairy tales? Check out these fairy tale retellings and brand new fairy tales for readers of all ages.
We’ve begun a new year, but those of us here at Marion Public Library are looking back on our favorite books read in 2013. What are the best books you read this past year? Share in the comments section below.
. . . Read one of these great novels on spies and espionage.
Explore underground dwellings, cities, and worlds, both real and imaginary, with these books.
There are a slew of recently released and upcoming films that have been adapted from books. Which ones have you enjoyed or have planned to read and/or watch? Main Floor Fiction Les Miserables by Victor Hugo Jacket Notes: Victor Hugo’s tale of injustice, heroism and love follows the fortunes of Jean Valjean, an escaped convict …
Who are we kidding? If you’re reading this, you’re probably as ridiculously excited for this film as I am. In fact, you’re probably planning on rereading your dog-eared copy of The Hobbit and maybe even making your way through The Lord of the Rings trilogy and The Silmarillion if you have the time before December 14th rolls around. But what happens when you still have a craving for Tolkien and have run out of books that he has written?
That’s where we come in.
In honor of International Talk Like a Pirate Day on September 19th, we’ve brought you a selection of swash-buckling tales. Read them or walk the plank!
Do you enjoy stories of heroic battles, quests, gallant knights, magic, and family drama? It doesn’t get much better than the legends of King Arthur. Here are a few retellings of the original tales, as well as new stories featuring King Arthur, his knights of the Round Table, his enemies and more!