Thanks to a big, wet, and heavy snow--we're rescheduling the Friday March 2 movie--please come and join us Monday, March 5, starting with a potluck supper @ 5:30: This film is based on Brian Selznick’s children’s book The Invention of Hugo Cabret.Set in Paris shortly after World War I, featuring a star-studded cast, and highly praised special effects, it is also a tribute to early film makers and a plea for film preservation.
The Princeton Library recently hosted a book talk and title/author preview by Mary Elliott, library employee and co-owner of Pastimes, an independent book store in Princeton. Here is a list of titles that event participants gave high praise. All titles are available at the Princeton Public Library or by reserving from other Winnefox Library System members. Season's Readings!
Middlesex & The Marriage Plot, both by Jeffrey Eugenides
Spy by Daniel Silva (if you enjoy this title, you’ll want to read more)