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|About me:||The Plymouth Library features a group of dabbling bibliophiles. We love reading and love libraries!|
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|2011 Youth Service Volunteers Favorite Titles (24 titles)|
The Plymouth Library youth services librarians recently asked our new summer volunteers what their favorite current book was. These were the titles they listed.
|Angel (22 titles)|
I read primarily teen fiction, graphic novels and nonfiction. I’m particularly interested in social justice and social movements. I also love audiobooks that make me laugh to make rush hour traffic more bearable.
|Cass (12 titles)|
|Extraordinary Lives (70 titles)|
In six words or over a thousand pages, learn about the lives and experiences of the famous, obscure, and extraordinary.
|Hyon (11 titles)|
|In the White House (51 titles)|
Books on the lives and relationships of wives, children, and pets who've lived in the White House.
|Jeanne (25 titles)|
I enjoy reading and listening to mysteries, suspense, WWII, and children's stories.
|John (42 titles)|
I enjoy reading many genres including literary fiction, historical fiction, humor and nonfiction about history, sports, and popular culture. I also often read children’s and teen books.
|Jon (21 titles)|
Currently I’m most interested in the postmodern novel in its many and varied manifestations, along with researching some of the postmodern theory that helps provide a context for making sense of it all, and of course speculating on post-postmodern directions in the literature of the future.
|Karen (13 titles)|
I read mostly fiction, science fiction and mystery. The non-fiction books I read are cookbooks and crafting books. And I love getting recommendations from patrons!
|Lindsay (9 titles)|
|Liz (12 titles)|
|March Display Pi/ Pie (71 titles)|
Books about pi and pie, for International Pi Day: March 14th.
|Maryann (11 titles)|
My reading is like a run-on sentence. One book leads me to another, to another and another. On the rare occasions when I can’t find ‘something good,’ I’m frantic. That’s when I ask a Librarian. Good idea, huh.
|Maureen (7 titles)|
|Minnesota and the Civil War (54 titles)|
Mostly non-fiction, some fiction about Minnesotans in the war. Also includes more general, recommended non-fiction on the Civil War.
|Mitzi (22 titles)|
I read mainly fiction & biographies.
|Monica (10 titles)|
|Neal (14 titles)|
|Orange and Yellow- Bright Books for Bright Minds (76 titles)|
Books that have "Orange" or "Yellow" in the title.
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