Posts by Michaelene

Series Review: A Court of Thorns and Roses

I ugly cried all over this book, and I don’t even care. When someone comes in looking for a YA recommendation, the series that comes to mind is Sarah J. Maas’ A Court of Thorns and Roses. I became addicted to this series not long after I started working at this beautiful library, and I…

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Book Review: An Extraordinary Union

Cover of An Extraordinary Union

Favorite Quote: She was no simpering miss. She was Ellen Burns, and she was going to help destroy the confederacy. We need this book in today’s world. An Extraordinary Union is majestic in its character, it’s blunt in the face of anger and injustice and pain, it’s brutal in its truths. It’s not just a…

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February Library Display

Our February Library Display is up and this month we are featuring the Olympics. As you watch the festivities, be sure to pick up a book and learn more about the history of the Olympics, who holds an Olympic record, and even test your Olympic trivia! We also have a schedule of events. Come in…

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Spotlight: Carnegie’s Maid and Help Us Win $2,000!

Carnegie's Maid Mansion Display

The Enid Public Library is entering a worldwide contest as we spotlight Marie Benedict’s novel, Carnegie’s Maid. What’s the book about? (Official Blurb) Clara Kelley is not who they think she is. She’s not the experienced Irish maid who was hired to work in one of Pittsburgh’s grandest households. She’s a poor farmer’s daughter with nowhere…

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