Summer Reading 2014

Bloodlines by Richelle Mead

April 16, 2012 by  

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After a 4 year hiatus, Richelle Mead is back and picking up where she left off in the Vampire Academy series.  Bloodlines is written from Sydney’s perspective.  Sydney Sage is an Alchemist, an ancient group sworn to protect humans from Vampires.  Because of her “close” association with a dhamphir (a half-human/half-vampire) in the Vampire Academy books, Sydney’s place among the Alchemists is tenusous. However, Jill Dragomir – the fifteen-year-old sister to the Moroi queen – has been attacked and needs protection.  Sydney is … Continue reading

The Ballad of Ballard and Sandrine

April 12, 2012 by  

Ballard and Sandrine are traveling on a seemingly endless journey down the Amazon river.  This one-night read covers the story of twenty-five years of their very emotionally charged life.  They are on a yacht with a crew they never see because that’s one of their rules.  They hear strange sounds and have many weird experiences.  Only Peter Straub can make a story so disturbing.  

Kentucky Confederate Pension Records Now Available

April 10, 2012 by  

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From KDLA: Historic Confederate pension applications now available online     The complete collection of Confederate Pension Application files is now available in a digital format on the KDLA website, to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Civil War. The applications are searchable by name, unit and county, and provide invaluable information to genealogists, local historians, and anyone interested in Civil War history.  The files are available at the Confederate Pension search page. The Confederate Pension Act was passed by the … Continue reading

Your Voice In My Head

April 9, 2012 by  

Emma Forrest is 33 years old, and the film rights to her memoir, Your Voice In My Head, have already been acquired. At 13 she was writing stories for the London Evening Standard. At 16 she had her own column in the Sunday Times. She was contributing to the Guardian, Vogue, Vanity Fair, and the Independent by the age of 21. At 22 she published her first book, Namedropper. It was very well received, as were the other two novels … Continue reading

Have a home improvement project? We can help!

April 7, 2012 by  

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Spring is upon us; the flowers are blooming, allergies are flaring, and home projects are on the horizon in preparation for warmer months.  So, put on your working clothes, throw on your favorite tunes, and use these beautiful days to tackle all of those do-it-yourself plans that you’ve been putting off all year.  Home Improvement Reference Center, offered by EBSCOhost, can assist you with all of your big projects or ideas, and may even provide you with new ones!  The … Continue reading

Save money with BCPL

April 6, 2012 by  

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What do you think of when someone says the word “library?” Books, probably. Maybe story time for little ones? Libraries today are so, so, so much more than that, and are a perfect place to save you and your family a bundle of money each year. If you haven’t visited the library in a while, now’s a good time to plan a trip there and learn about all the activities and services. But before you do – or in case … Continue reading

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