No turkeys among the staff's November selections
The library staff has done a wide variety of reading, listening, and watching this month.
- Frozen II Soundtrack (available from Willard's Hoopla app)
- If you've seen Frozen II in theaters, don't miss a chance to sing along to this soundtrack.
- Hollywood's Bleeding by Post Malone (also available from Hoopla)
- A bit of hip-hop/rap, mixed in with a few pop hits, the Sunflower and Circle singer/rapper is back with a new album. Rolling Stones gives it 4 out of 5 stars.
- Nomadland by Jessica Bruder
- A book about poverty and struggle as the author writes about the lives of families forced into nomadic lifestyles as they move from job to job trying to get by.
- Underground Girls of Kabul by Jenny Nordberg
- The author takes interest in a group of girls she discovers being raised and living as boys and men claiming neither gender but a third "in-between" gender. The reasons span from more opportunities, religious superstitions, status elevation, and protection. But what happens when these individuals are forced to live as women again?
- Queen Victoria: Twenty-Four Days That Changed her Life by Lucy Worsley
- Each chapter of this book is dedicated to important events in Queen Victoria's life spanning from her upbringing, her coronation, marriage to Albert, and her reign.
- Call of the Wild by Jack London
- This beloved classic follows the story of Buck, a stolen house dog forced into a world of dog fights and brutal sled pulling, in the Alaskan wilderness during the late 1890s Klondike Gold Rush.
- The Crown (Netflix)
- Holiday in the Wild (Netflix)
- Modern Love (Amazon Prime)
- Castlerock (Hulu)
- Overlord (Hulu)
If you've read a good book lately and would like to share it, add it to the "Share A Good Book" display on the Second Floor downtown.
Jade is currently reading "The Bookseller of Kabul" by Asne Seierstad and "Saga: Compendium One" by Brian K. Vaughan