Nan’s Women’s History Month Book Highlights

Nan’s Classics for Women’s History Month My favorite women’s history books are mostly the stories of individual strong women, coping with the conditions of women in their times. As Eleanor Roosevelt said, “Here’s to strong women: may we know them, may we...

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COMBINED PRINT & E-BOOK FICTIONHOUSE OF EARTH AND BLOOD by Sarah J. MaasLONG RANGE by C.J. BoxTHE NUMBERS GAME by Danielle SteelAMERICAN DIRT by Jeanine CumminsWHERE THE CRAWDADS SING by Delia Owens COMBINED PRINT & E-BOOK NONFICTIONTHE SPLENDID AND THE VILE...

Nan’s February Book Highlights

February Book Highlights In honor of Black History Month, here is exciting new fiction and non-fiction by and about African Americans. A Black Women’s History of the United States by Daina Ramey Berry and Kali Nicole Gross: How African American women are – and...

Nan’s Reading Challenge Book Highlights

Reading Challenge Recap The 2019 Provincetown Library Reading Challenge is drawing to a close, but don’t despair —there will be a 2020 Reading Challenge announced in early January. Meanwhile, here’s one takeaway: the best books read in this Challenge by six intrepid...

Nan’s March Book Highlights

Juicy Memoirs!  One category in the 2019 Reading Challenge is “a juicy memoir,” but how do you know which books have the juice?  Here are some guaranteed juicy books, as brainstormed by the library staff.

Nan’s January Book Highlights

Un-put-down-able!  One of the categories in the 2019 Reading Challenge is a book that has the reputation of being un-put-down-able. Library staff members chose these 12 titles as suggestions to fit the bill. (You don’t have to take the reading challenge in order...