The Only Survivors by Megan Miranda It’s ten years after a horrible tragedy and when the survivors reunite, not only does one of them disappear they all have trouble holding onto the secret they all share. A real thriller! This title is available at the library and for holds on Libby. ~Leslie W. Lost and Found Family by Jennifer Ryan The story of a young woman whose life goal is to find love and have a family. Along the way secrets that have been buried are exposed. Despite the past, … read more May Staff Recommendations
The Forsyth Township Public Library and its Board of Trustees are seeking a new board member to fill the vacancy left by Linda Buck’s resignation. If you are interested, please submit a Letter of Interest at the Library no later than Friday, June 9th at 5:00 p.m. Letters can be brought to the Circulation Desk in a sealed envelope or mailed to P.O. Box 1328, Gwinn, MI 49841 Please include contact information. A board trustee’s responsibilities are: Attend all board meetings (2nd Wednesday of every month at 5:30 p.m.). Participate … read more Library Board Vacancy
We Came Here to Shine by Susie Orman Schnall The story of two young and ambitious women, a struggling actress and a determined journalist. They develop an unexpected friendship during the 1939 World’s Fair in New York. When the ladies meet they discover how to be courageous but to never abandon their hopes, dreams & goals. This title is available through inter-library loan and on the Libby app. ~ Erin Regrets Only by Kieran Scott This is a great rich, bored housewives story that turns into a murder. What exactly … read more April Staff Book Recommendations
In case you haven’t heard, our new Circulation Desk is in! A big thank you to our architect, John Larson, North Oak Manufacturing, Stone Reflections, U.P. Fabricating & Kukla Electrical for an amazing job. Stop by the library to see their custom creation.
Finding Me by Viola Davis Listening to Viola tell her inspiring, redemptive story was my best audio book experience to date. Highly recommend! The audio is available on Libby. ~ Leslie M. The Curator by Owen King A novel of secret histories, magic, and revolution- all tied to an obscure little museum whose secrets begin to unfurl along with the mysterious history of the city itself. Brand new title in the library. ~ Bonnie The House Guest by Hank Phillippi Ryan After her divorce, Alyssa has lost all her wealthy … read more March Staff Picks
The sun is starting to shine, and we are looking forward to these spring titles plus many more. If you would like to be on our Holds list for any of these titles, just let us know on your next visit.
The new Circulation Desk will be installed on Monday, April 10, 2023. The library will be closed for the safety of everyone involved. This is extending our holiday closure by a day. The work surface will be installed on Tuesday, April 11, 2023. The library will offer Curbside Services only that day to cause as little disruption for the work crew as possible. Staff will deliver library items to patrons outside as well as accept copy & fax orders from the parking lot. Patrons can send print jobs to the … read more Under Construction…
Books we’ve read or can’t wait to read in January: Everyone in My Family Has Killed Someone by Benjamin Stevenson I can’t wait to read this book that just released on January 17th. It’s advertised as a Knives Out mystery meets Agatha Christie. What could be more fun? ~Leslie W. Georgie, All Along by Kate Clayborn This romance releases on January 24th. I was sold when I learned that Georgie acquires an unexpected roommate described as a quiet, grouchy man who is the current town hermit. Toss in a “friendfic” … read more January Staff Recommendations
Thank You for Listening by Julia Whelan A quirky romantic comedy from author Julia Whelan. An uplifting novel regarding a former actress who’s fortunately able to transition from screen acting to audio book narration. After a tragic accident changes her dreams, she finds a path of self-acceptance, discovery and love when she reluctantly agrees to narrate one final romance novel. ~ Erin The Family Game by Catherine Steadman I loved it. It reminded me of family game night when I was a kid. Only this family plays for keeps. How … read more December Staff Recommendations
The holidays are here, and we have loads of books on display throughout the library. Pictured here is our adult display ready for your holiday reading enjoyment.