See what La Grange Public Library staff members have to recommend.
- My Favorite Thing is Monsters
by Emil Ferris
This captivating story is a nostalgic depiction of Chicago in the late 1960’s and an imaginative narrative about 10-year-old amateur detective, part werewolf (as she sees it), Karen Reyes. Our protagonist faces demons, imagined and real, as she tries to solve the possible murder of her reclusive upstairs neighbor. If you have never picked up a graphic novel before, make this award-winning… Continue
- My Latest Grievance
by Elinor Lipman
14-year-old Frederica, raised on the grounds of Dewing College where her activist mom and dad are professors and dorm parents, and a pet to staff and students alike. Her insulated world is shaken when she learns a secret—not only was her father married before he met her mother, but Laura Lee, his first wife, is coming to Dewing to be housemother of a neighboring dorm. The tenuous… Continue
by Fredrik Backman
Fredrik Backman author of The Man Called Ove is back with a new book Beartown. This novel is set in a small town that centers around their love of the game of hockey. This is not only a novel of the game of hockey but the expectations of the team and it's players. They need a win for the town, but at what price? As an dark secret comes to light, will the town do the right thing? This is darker… Continue
- Tuck Everlasting
by Natalie Babbitt
How do you make a child understand that immortality is as much curse as blessing? That is the predicament faced by the Tuck family, immortal for the past 80 years since they drank from a magical spring deep in the woods near ten-year-old Winnie Foster’s village. When Winnie stumbles upon Jesse Tuck, forever frozen at age 17 drinking from the spring, he stops her from slaking her thirst. The… Continue
by Skye Kathleen Moody
Wildlife agent Venus Diamond is recalled from her honeymoon to track down a missing infant in the wilds of Washington state. Venus must contend with local superstition and human evil—not to mention the growing impatience of her new husband—in trying to solve the case.
- Email From Our Copier
Did you know you can email a hard copy document right from the Library’s copier? Just scan your item into the copier and enter the email address. No money is needed for the copier. It’s that easy.
- Almost Missed You
by Jessica Strawser
Almost missed you is the story of a marriage and the dark secrets that were never shared. This reads like a thriller and has wonderful twists and turns. A great summer read.
We have 6 circulating devices which will turn your television into a smart TV. It connects either by an HDMI or AV cable (provided). You must have an WiFi connection in your home. Access dozens of TV shows and movies, or stream Netflix directly to your TV. Check out at the Patron Services desk.