Read Library Reflections: An Anthology by Scarborough Scribblers Brenda Dow Tina Loretta F. Golland Frances Katsiaounis Diana Kiesners Larry Kosowan Esther Lok Marilyn McNeil Online

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Let us take you on a series of library adventures... from home to space, from a senior sandwich snatcher to an imaginative job applicant, from a library ghost buster to a humorous book club misadventure, from a teen vampire fantasy to a historical romance, from a library on Mars to an archive in space, from a personal reflection to a tour of the library.Don't miss your chaLet us take you on a series of library adventures... from home to space, from a senior sandwich snatcher to an imaginative job applicant, from a library ghost buster to a humorous book club misadventure, from a teen vampire fantasy to a historical romance, from a library on Mars to an archive in space, from a personal reflection to a tour of the library.Don't miss your chance to annoy your favourite librarians with loud guffaws and horrified screams. They'll just smile and show you their copies of Library Reflections....

Title : Library Reflections: An Anthology
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ISBN : 9780994953605
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 141 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Library Reflections: An Anthology Reviews

  • Maria Samurin
    2019-02-05 04:35

    Library Reflections is the collaborative work of the Scarborough Scribblers, a writers group that meets at a Scarborough area branch of the Toronto Public Library. So where are all the short stories and poems set? Why, libraries of course.If you've ever thought about being locked in the library overnight, dedicated a room in your house to all your favourite books, or wondered about the fate of libraries in the coming decades, this collection was made for you. You can download the Library Reflections eBook for free (available June 2016) or read it on Wattpad. You can learn more about the anthology and the authors at gravelbar.ca

  • Xavier Wynn-Williams
    2019-02-06 00:58

    You might think getting stuck in a library is not scary or romantic, or maybe not even that poetic. But when a collection of writers here reflected on "all things library" and their vampire loving librarian ran with the idea, Library Reflections became a looming threat. And now this anthology has slouched and slithered its way from the printing press to neighbourhoods near you. Be aware. Check it out before you get locked in overnight and this little book comes looking for you.