April is “National Humor Month” and our first floor book display has a great selection of humorous books. Check out some of the titles, classics like Catch-22, Bridget Jones’s Diary, Miss Julia to the Rescue, Very Good Jeeves, Everything Changes and an assortment of Janet Evanovich’s Stephanie Plum novels
Talk about classics, note our other first floor book display, it’s “The 400th Anniversary of Shakespeare 1626-2016.” His works, both comedies and dramas, are as popular today as when first written. His themes of love, power, prejudice and justice are universal and enduring.
Our third floor displays are on the more serious side. April is both “Alcohol Awareness Month” and “Autism Awareness Month.” Our health librarian has created a two sided display on both topics which include books and free printouts. You can learn about either topic or get information on coping with either subject.
Last but not least “April is National Poetry Month.” This third floor display includes a collection poetry books written by American poets. Enjoy the artistic beauty of the written word. And while you are on the third floor, pick up a “Poem For Your Pocket.”
The April book displays at SPL offer wide range of entertainment and interest.
-posted by Betty, Reference Services