More Than One Bite

We couldn’t stop with just one bite!

Our librarians are back and ready to share book titles that they are excited about with you virtually. Join two enthusiastic Everett Public Library librarians this Tuesday May 25th at 12 pm on our Crowdcast channel for a second instalment of our Book Bites series. Always remember, if you can’t attend on the day, you can view this discussion at your convenience on our Crowdcast channel after the event.

While they will have lots of great titles to recommend, we would love to hear about what you have been reading as well. Feel free to participate and talk about books that you have been read (or are looking forward to reading) with our virtual community.

Just to give you a little preview, and so you don’t have to hastily write down titles, here are a few of the books that will be discussed:

Against Civility: The Hidden Racism with Our Obsession with Civility by Alex Zamalin

Rumors from Shanghai by Amy Sommers

Eartheater by Dolores Reyes

Spirits Abroad and Other Stories by Zen Cho

Empire of Pain: The Secret History of the Sackler Dynasty by Patrick Radden Keefe

Rubyfruit Jungle by Rita Mae Brown

Why Didn’t You Just Do What You Were Told? by Jenny Diski

Broken (in the Best Possible Way) by Jenny Lawson

So join us on Tuesday and get inspired to get reading!

Book Bites

As you can probably guess, there is one thing we like to do at the library more than anything else: talk about books!

That is why not being able to hold our book discussion group in person for so long has been a bummer. But never fear, we have found a virtual solution and titled it Book Bites.

This Tuesday, April 27th at 12 PM on our Crowdcast channel, a pair of Everett Public library’s finest will share a few of their favorite new titles and help you grow your reading list. Think of it as a way to connect with other readers in a quick, fun, and casual online gathering. Can’t attend on the day? You can view this discussion at your convenience on our Crowdcast channel after the event.

In addition to sharing our titles, we would love to hear what you have been reading as well. Feel free to participate and talk about books you have been reading (or are looking forward to reading) with our virtual community.

Just to give you a little preview, and so you don’t have to hastily write down titles, here are a few of the books that will be discussed:

So join us on Tuesday and get inspired to get reading!