It's that time of year again where the days grow short, the air cools, and the leaves change. That time of year when you look around and see the trees ablaze with the colours of fall, pumpkins on doorsteps, orchards pregnant with apples ripe for the picking. It's such a beautiful and hopeful time of year, even if it means that winter is just around the corner. To celebrate the changing of the seasons, here are 15 literary quotes for fall that will get you into an autumnal mood!
Aromantic is a romantic orientation where a person feels little to no romantic attraction. Aromanticism exists on a spectrum and includes, but is not limited to, people who are romance repulsed, people who want to form committed non-romantic partnerships, and/or people who only develop romantic feelings on rare occasions. Learn more.
New psychological thrillers are rising up in popularity, but the Library also has some amazing undiscovered reads. Staff member Beth shares a staff list of some of the best hidden gems in the psychological thriller genre uncovered from the stacks.
The CELA Collection includes more than 450,000 items on a range of subjects and genres for all ages. Access to the CELA collection is available only to people with print disabilities. You can enjoy the CELA Collection’s DAISY audio and text formats on your mobile device using the Dolphin EasyReader App.
Written by Beth, staff member, Captain William Spry Public Library | "Reese’s Book Club focuses on stories from a female perspective that she finds enjoyable, meaningful, and inspiring. Each title she has read and recommends herself! Reese began the book club in 2017, and in 2020 even began making adult and Young Adult picks—so far, she has recommended 56 titles!"
Written by Beth, staff member, Captain William Spry Public Library | It is powerful to read someone's story in their own words. From comedic, to musical, to literary, this list of 2SLGBTQIA+ memoirs has something for everyone. There is something very powerful about reading someone's story in their own words. This is