Nan’s June Book Highlights

Everyone knows that every month is LGBT pride month in Provincetown, but it’s good to be reminded in June to take a fresh look at LGBT history and literature. Here are some of the great new gay reads in the Library this month. Jam on the Vine , by LaShonda Katrice...

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...