Celebrate the Freedom to Read: 6 Great Comic Books and Graphic Novels

This week was Banned Books Week, a week dedicated to raising awareness of the challenges to books in schools and libraries that still occur all over the country. This year Banned […]

Blood Song by Anthony Ryan Vaelin Al Sorna is only ten years old when his father leaves him with the Sixth Order, a brotherhood of warriors sworn to protect the […]

September 19th is Talk-Like-a-Pirate-Day! While real pirates in history were scary, smelly people who killed a lot of other people, for some reason their lives as masters of the high […]

Staff Review: Warm Bodies

Warm Bodies by Isaac Marion R misses many things, but the thing his misses the most is his own name. After being transformed into a zombie, the hustle and bustle […]

Remembering 9/11

Today is the 13th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, as well as the crash of diverted United Flight 93.  In remembrance […]

One book I particularly enjoyed reading was Johnny Cash: The Life by Robert Hilburn. The book goes into detail on Cash’s personal life as well as his singing career. The […]

Happy National Dog Appreciation Day!

August 26th is National Dog Appreciation Day so make sure to take some time to show the dog in your life how much you appreciate them! To mark this auspicious […]

The Fishing Pole Will Be Due in 3 Weeks, Mr. Angler!

Libraries are all about Summer! Public Library customers have tons of books to choose from at their respective libraries this Summer. From the hardcover board books for the very young; […]

Fairy [e]Tales

Fun fact: 4500 eBooks and digital media are circulated monthly at the Pasadena Public Library. Once upon a time, people read books on paper.  Publishers made books, libraries made them […]

Here’s a book you horror fans might enjoy, The Caretaker of Lorne Field by Dave Zeltserman. Do you enjoy stories where no one believes you even though their lives might […]