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Dune Books at LPCPL

Dune Books at LPCPL

The jury is in, and Dune has been one of the biggest movie releases of the year, pulling in $41 million the weekend it was released. While the modern cinematics and ensemble of A-list actors helped push it to the top, the classic story is what drew in longtime fans....

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Five Titles for Fans of the Dresden Files

Five Titles for Fans of the Dresden Files

2020 was an eventful year for Dresden Files fans, with not one, but two separate novel installments after years of radio silence from the author. After such a wild ride as those two novels were, fans might be left wondering “what next?”    For fans who are hungry...

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How to Find Your Next Favorite Book!

How to Find Your Next Favorite Book!

As the Collection Management Librarian at LPCPL, the biggest question I get from folks is “Where do you find out about all these books?” There are definitely a lot of resources out there, so, I just wanted to share some of the ones that I find most useful.  The one...

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5 Books for Teens that Adults Will Love

5 Books for Teens that Adults Will Love

According to Publisher’s Weekly, young adult (YA) novel readership is increasing among adults over the age of 18. In fact, here at the La Porte County Public Library, YA eBooks compete with steamy romance for top checkouts in Libby/Overdrive. This may seem surprising...

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15 Cottagecore Books for the Modern Homesteader

15 Cottagecore Books for the Modern Homesteader

If you have been on Instagram much in the past year, it’s likely that you’ve already seen something called ‘Cottagecore.’ Pleasant scenes of dried floral arrangements, homemade meals, antique fabrics, and handmade crafts characterize the aesthetic. It was popularized...

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