On The Same Page is a new podcast from the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library to keep you in the loop and on the same page about what’s happening at your library.
In this episode we talk about the newly expanded Toy Library and learn more about the newly created Local Voices collection. As always we talk about a lot of books.
Titles We Talked About during Book Chat:
- Leviathan by Jens Harder
- Tell The Wolves I’m Home by Carol Rifka Brunt (Abby thought he was talking about History of Wolves by Emily Fridlund)
- Fatal Invention by Dorothy E. Roberts (generously donated by Cville NOW)
- The Grip Of It by Jac Jemc (which reminded him of the SuperMega webcomic)
- The Color of Law by Richard Rothstein
Erica and Abby discussed:
- My Grandmother Asked Me To Tell You She’s Sorry by Fredrik Backman (and his other works Beartown and A Man Called Ove)
- Alone by Chabouté
- Saint Death by Marcus Sedgwick (and his previous works Midwinter Blood and Ghosts of Heaven)
- The Universe in Your Hand by Christophe Galfard
- #cvillestrong OverDrive collection
- Stand Strong & Stand Together collection donated by OverDrive
The Local Voices collection will go live later this month. To find out more about it, or add your work go to jmrl.org/localvoices.
If you missed the last episode’s conversation we had with Meredith about challenged books you can find it here.
The new Toy Library at JMRL was created by student volunteers from the University of Virginia, and is maintained by volunteers from UVA’s Madison House. To find a toy to check out, head to our catalog. Angela is listening to Spy School by Stuart Gibbs.
This podcast is made possible with generous support from the Friends of Jefferson-Madison Regional Library. Find out more about the Friends, what they do, and how to support them at the following link.