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Bond, James Bond

Those of us who watched the 2012 Olympics Opening Ceremony will long remember the James Bond spoof that featured Queen Elizabeth and her corgis.  There’s plenty of time to stop by the library to brush up on your James Bond Trivia before the next Bond film, Skyfall, hits local theaters in November.

Reading Is So Delicious!

The Adult Summer Reading Program ends Tuesday July 31st.  Don't forget to turn in your book logs by 9:00 pm to claim your completion prize and be entered into the Grand Prize Drawing for a Nook e-reader.

Here are some more books Glenside patrons enjoyed this summer:

The Fellowship of the Ring turns fifty-eight

The Fellowship of the Ring, first part of J.R.R. Tolkien's epic The Lord of the Rings turns fifty-eight years old today.  The Lord of the Rings was first published on this date in London, England, by George Allen and Unwin.  The publishers chose to publish the book in three parts because it was so long.  The Two Towers was published on November 11, 1954, and The Return of the King was published on October 20, 1955.

Bastille Day

Bastille Day commemorates the storming of the Bastille prison at the beginning of the French Revolution.  Celebrate July 14th,  France's National Day by checking out one of these books or movies about the French Revolution.


Good Eats Book Club: Food Fiction

The Good Eats Book Club meets on Monday, July 16 at 7:00 P.M.  We will be focusing on food fiction. Grab a book from the display in the lobby or get a list of chocolate related titles from the Adult Services Desk.

Please read a food fiction title before the meeting. We will share our thoughts on the books we read. Light snacks will be provided.


June Brides

Love is in the air in June, the traditional month for weddings.  Enjoy a fictional wedding or use library resources to plan your special day.

Bride's Magazine

Magazine area

Everything you need to plan the perfect wedding.



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