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December 2023 Book of the Month — Magpie Murders, by Anthony Horowitz

December 2023 Book of the Month

With razor-sharp wit and clever storytelling, Magpie Murders by Anthony Horowitz is a riveting homage to classic whodunits and our pick for December's... Read more

MHL will be closed on Friday 11/10 and Saturday 11/11 in observance of Veterans Day

Veterans' Stories

MHL will be closed on Friday, November 10th and Saturday, November 11th in observance of Veterans Day. (We will be open our normal hours of 1pm-5pm on Sunday, November 12th.) In honor of Veterans Day, here are some biographies and memoirs about American veterans throughout the years. 

An Immense World by Ed Yong

November 2023 Book of the Month

An Immense World by Pulitzer Prize winner Ed Yong is our pick for November's Book of the Month. Chosen by the New York Times as one of the 10 best books of 2022, this one is... Read more

MHL will be closed on Monday, October 9th

Indigenous History

MHL will be closed on Monday, October 9th. An increasing number of states and towns observe the second Monday in October as Indigenous Peoples Day. If you'd like to learn more about the history of indigenous peoples of... Read more

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December 2023 Puzzle: Timeless Toys

Do you need help finding the perfect gift for someone? Our expert library staff is here to help! Fill out this short questionnaire and let us know a little about the person you’re shopping for. In a few days, we’ll email you a short... Read more

Indigenous Authors

November is Native American Heritage Month, which makes it a particularly great time to check out these recent books by indigenous authors. 

Books for Fans of Lessons in Chemistry

Books For Fans of Lessons in Chemistry

Are you a fan of Bonnie Garmus's hit novel Lessons In Chemistry, and/or the TV adaptation? (If you'd like to watch the Apple+ miniseries but don't... Read more

November 2023 Mid-Month Sudoku

With this month's Sudoku we share another Dad Joke from Stephen King, back from when "X" was Twitter:

The wedding was so beautiful that even the cake was in tiers.

— Stephen King (@StephenKing)... Read more

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