If you’re a fan of thoughtful, introspective folk music, like Nick Drake or Joni Mitchell, you definitely should be listening to English singer-songwriter Laura Marling.
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I have to say, it was nearly impossible to compile this list of "essential" books because I have so many favorites it so many different categories. So, I've narrowed my list down to just short stories, in no particular order. I hope you enjoy and give them a chance!
Rock Springs by Richard Ford
Books on TV is back! It has been awhile since I’ve written one of these posts, so I felt that it was time for another installment. This post will focus on British TV shows that are based off of books. Take a look at the list below and check out the shows and/or books with your FRVPLD library card today!
What is poetry? Is it possible to define a literary form that is so varied in its expression?
As a huge fan of pop music on the depressive end of the spectrum, nothing quite piques my interest like the words “break up album.” This year already seems like a stellar year for the genre, featuring promising entries from the likes of Ryan Adams and the Dirty Projectors. Allison Crutchfield solo debut,
Are you looking for nonfiction titles in eBook format? Do you have a project due and you have to have some books as part of your resources? If you answered yes to either of these questions, then Gale Virtual Reference Library (GVRL) is the right database for you! GVRL contains over 3,500 full-text, nonfiction and reference eBooks. They cover a wide range of topics, including: biography, business, education, history, medicine, and technology. Take a look below for a brief overview of how to access GVRL, how to find content, and for a peek at some other helpful features.
‘My Essential Books’ is a new feature on the FRVPLD blog, where we talk up our favorite books in the hope that you may give them a chance, or at least appreciate our passion for the titles that have made us who we are.
If Valentine’s Day was just not your holiday, Mardi Gras might be, and for many people, Mardi Gras is synonymous with New Orleans.
If you can’t make it to the Crescent City for February 28th this year, the following titles will make you feel like you’ve learned something about its complex history and delicious food.