The Library received some fantastic new Large Print in April. Below are just two of these titles, but you can check out the whole list HERE. Even though Harvard-educated Fiona Carson has proven herself under fire as CEO of National Technology Advancement, a multibillion-dollar high-tech company based in Palo Alto, California, she still has to […]
The Orion Library will close at 5:00 PM on Wednesday, November 26 for the Thanksgiving Holiday and re-open on Saturday, November 29.
We received some fantastic new large print in March. Below are just two of these great titles. To see the whole list, just click HERE. This true-crime mystery is set on a sleepy island in the Pacific Northwest: a man is murdered and the long list of suspects includes an aging beauty queen and her […]
Burn – Pure Trilogy; Book 3 By Julianna Baggott The stunning conclusion to the trilogy that began with Pure, recommended by People for those who loved The Hunger Games. Inside the Dome, Partridge, having taken his father’s place as leader of the Pures, realizes that things are not as clear as he thought while outside, […]
We had a fantastic selection of Large Print books added to our collection in February. Below are just 2 of these titles. Click HERE for the entire list. With a searching new analysis of primary sources, NBCC award winner James Tobin reveals how FDR’s fight against polio transformed him from a callow aristocrat into the […]
A Burnable Book By Bruce Holsinger In Chaucer’s London, betrayal, murder, royal intrigue, mystery, and dangerous politics swirl around the existence of a prophetic book that foretells the deaths of England’s kings. Bruce Holsinger’s A Burnable Book is an irresistible historical thriller reminiscent of the classics An Instance of the Fingerpost, The Name of the […]
January begin a new year and the Library recieved some wonderful new large print books. To view the whole list of our new titles in January, click HERE. Below are just two of these great books: Born to slave-holding aristocracy in Richmond, Virginia, and educated by Northern Quakers, Elizabeth Van Lew was a paradox of […]