Great Reads – May 2021

Arsenic and Adobo By Mia P. Manansala This hilarious new cooking-themed cozy mystery will have your mouth watering over the delicious Filipino food and laughing at the outrageous aunties of Lila Macapagal. Lila has just recovered from a breakup gone bad and moved back...

Great Reads – April 2021

Libertie By Kaitlyn Greenidge Inspired by the life of one the first Black female doctors in the United States, this work of historical fiction set in Reconstruction-era Brooklyn follows the coming of age of Libertie Sampson. As a free-born Black girl, Libertie...

Great Reads – March 2021

The Berlin Shadow: Living with the Ghosts of the Kindertransport By Jonathan Lichtenstein In his memoir, Jonathan Lichtenstein documents his father Hans’s journey from Nazi-occupied Berlin as a child refugee on the Kindertransport. The Kindertransport was an organized...

Great Reads – December 2020

In a Holidaze By Christina Lauren Fans of holiday romantic comedies will love the latest book by the best friends turned writing partners behind the pen name Christina Lauren. Set in an idyllic snowy cabin, this Christmas isn’t going as planned for Maelyn Jones. She’s...

In Style – December 2020

Merry and Bright-ly Dressed by Kelley Malott The festivities of the holiday season present the perfect opportunities to play with textures and colors that we may be too hesitant to try at other times of the year. Everything is bright and cheerful, from the sparking...