Nan’s April Book Highlights

It’s finally Spring and the days are longer, but there’s still plenty of time for good reading. Here’s what’s on my bookshelf: The Recovering: Intoxication and Its Aftermath , by Leslie Jamison Can the story of recovery ever be as compelling as the story of addiction?...

Staff Recommendations by Khristine Hopkins

Here are six of our own Khristine Hopkins’ all-time favorite books. Can’t we talk about something more pleasant? , by Roz Chast Hilarious, heartbreaking, and uncomfortable all at the same time, this graphic novel / memoir by Roz Chast, chronicles the last...

Nan’s March Book Highlights

There’s so much great stuff coming to the library in March, I thought I would just share my hold list, the things that I’m planning to read as soon as I can get my hands on them. Renoir’s Dancer: The Secret Life of Suzanne Valadon, by Catherine Hewitt Go back to...

Nan’s February Reading Highlights

There’s so much great stuff coming to the library in February, I thought I would just share my hold list, the things that I’m planning to read as soon as I can get my hands on them. Feel Free, by Zadie Smith I want Zadie Smith for my BFF! In sharp, funny,...

Nan’s January Book Highlights

January Books at the Provincetown Public Library! This month, Lead Librarian Nan Cinnater provides a visual inventory of all of the great books featured at the Library! All books displayed can be reserved at the Library’s main circulation desk, or by logging onto your...

Staff Recommendations by Martha Hyams

Book reviews from the Library’s own, Martha Hyams! Canada, by Richard Ford Dell Parsons’ life as a teenager is totally thrown into chaos by a double crime committed by his parents. Dell is a twin. His sister, Berner, consequently runs away and Dell is saved by...