Book Reviews by staffer Rachel

Spooktacular Pick: Anna Dressed in Blood by Kendare Blake 9/23/2015
“Move, hunt, kill. Like lather, rinse, and repeat.” ― Kendare Blake, Anna Dressed in Blood Read More »

Rot and Ruin by Jonathan Maberry 7/10/2015
"Anyone seeing those three teenagers smiling the kinds of smiles they wore would run in terror. Benny was counting on it." Read More »

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Lastest LCLS News

11/16/2015 Thanksgiving Closures
11/9/2015 Mobile Internet Hot Spot for Checkout @ W. T. Bland Public Library
11/25/2015 Santa Storytime @ Tavares Public Library
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11/25/2015 December Youth Services Calendar

Kerchief 3/26/2015
We have some much deserved extra exposure to show to the talented Brittany Hill, vocalist for the new project ‘Kerchief’! Created when she departed from the band Vanity Theft for a fresh,... Read More »

Nick and Knight hit Orlando! 11/3/2014
This act is made up of the nostalgic boy band duo ‘ Nick Carter of the Backstreet Boys‘ and ‘ Jordan Knight of New Kids on the Block‘. They have collaborated on a tour that... Read More »

Must Read Fiction

Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas 9/23/2015
"A teenage assassin, a rebel princess, menacing gargoyles, supernatural portals and a glass castle prove to be as thrilling as they sound." Kirkus Reviews Read More »

Little Brother by Cory Doctorow 9/23/2015
"A rousing tale of techno-geek rebellion." YA author Scott Westerfeld. Read More »

This Month's Read Me!

Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs

Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children
by Ransom Riggs

“Because we weren’t like other people. We were peculiar.” “Peculiar how?” “Oh, all sorts of ways,” he said. “There was a girl who could fly, a boy who had bees living inside him, a brother and sister who could lift boulders over their heads.” ― Ransom Riggs, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

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