Well, Christiansburg Library blog followers, we are sorry to say but today is our last post! We gave a blog a nice long trial but it doesn’t seem to be the right fit. Make sure to visit us on Facebook or MFRL’s website to keep up with the news and say hello. Thank you!
From Tim! Although The Hundred-Year-Old Secret is a fun and relatively easy read, not all of us had finished it before our meeting on Jan. 28. (I was assured that those who had not finished the book would do so; they were enjoying it—they just hadn’t had time to finish it.) No matter—none of our activities included spoilers. In the … Continue Reading →
*This post is from The Dude himself, Tim! At our last meeting we discussed Kate DiCamillo’s The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane, a fairy tale set in America during the Great Depression. The title character is a toy rabbit made of china—not unlike a porcelain doll—complete with fancy clothes and expensive accessories. He is owned by an adoring little girl … Continue Reading →