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When three outlandishly wild witches are accidentally conjured up by pranksters, they return from 17th century Salem and set out to cast a spell on the town, but first they must outwit three kids and a talking cat.
April is the month in which the United States highlights Autism Spectrum Disorders, resources for living on the Spectrum. If Autism has touched your life in any way, this month is about you and those you love.
There are things ex-FBI agent Brigid Quinn wishes she could un-see. Things that have affected her past relationships , so much so that she has completely hidden her career hunting serial killers from her new husband.
If you can't decide if you are in the mood for a thriller set in the past or the present, try one of these thrillers where events of the past influence the present case.
April brings a new batch of books by bestselling authors. Place your holds now!
March 20 not only marks the first day of spring at 6:02 a.m., it’s also the 328th birth anniversary of classical composer Johann Sebastian Bach. Revered for artistic beauty and technical command, Bach’s compositions include the Brandenburg Concertos, The Well-Tempered Clavier, and the evil-sounding Toccata and Fugue in d-minor. Enjoy rediscovering a classical composer with one of the following biographies:
"On this day in 1852, Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin was published. At least one publisher turned the book down on the grounds that a novel by a woman on such a controversial subject was too risky. He must have regretted it: the novel sold 10,000 copies in the first week, 300,000 copies in a year, and became America's first million-seller. It also brought Stowe hate mail -- in one case, a black, human ear."
Okay, it's almost Spring, and it's currently colder than [insert simile of your choice] outside, but here are some vaguely Spring-related items to warm you up.