This space is reserved for OFPL staff members to share suggestions for reading, viewing, or listening. Kasey in Circulation recommends some helpful and timely reads and an album that you might decide is your next favorite listen. As 2020 at last bears down on us in a frigid January, I would like to offer … Continue reading OFPL Staff Recommends – Kasey K.
Youth Services Assistant Becky L. is featured in this month's Meet the Staff. Becky joined the OFPL in late July, and her enthusiasm for kids and her love of books is very contagious. We are grateful to have such a positive and caring Hufflepuff as a member of our library family. “For some of us, books … Continue reading Meet the Staff – Becky L.
Adult Services Assistant Stephanie F. Welcome back to Third Thursday Treasures! This is where we give OFPL staff members an opportunity to write about some of their favorite books. This month, my fellow Adult Services Assistant, Stephanie F. shares some old and new favorite audio-books - a perfect choice for holiday travelling. Thank you, Stephanie! Like … Continue reading Third Thursday Staff Recommendations
Welcome again to Third Thursday Treasures! This is where we give OFPL staff members to write about some of their favorite books. This month, before she left to start her new job as full-time reporter for the O'Fallon Weekly, Circulation Assistant Angie S. shared some of her favorite thrillers. Thank you, Angie for spine-chilling titles … Continue reading Third Thursday Staff Recommendations
This month we shine the spotlight on Dominique B. who joined us May 28 as our Event Coordinator. Her responsibilities are sometimes behind the scenes planning adult and teen activities, but she always wears a warm smile and is quick to help patrons and staff. The next time you see her, be sure and share … Continue reading Meet the Staff – Dominique B.
As a child, I was a backseat passenger on a trip from Nashville, TN to Asheville, NC. Somewhere in the Smoky Mountains, I looked up and saw more stars than I'd seen in my whole life. Being a city girl, that lesson in light pollution was the first time I realized all I had been … Continue reading New Title Tuesday – Dark Skies
This month we have the inside scoop on our very own star of stage and the circulation desk, Kasey K. In this exclusive for the O'Fallon Public Library Blog, Kasey reveals never-before-published details of her life in front of the footlights, backstage, and how she takes it easy at home. Remember folks, you read it … Continue reading Meet the Staff – Kasey K.
Just in time for autumn's darkening days and the upcoming haunts of Halloween, Stephen Chbosky's Imaginary Friend is a perfect horror novel that taps into the common fears that most of us experienced as children. While I wouldn't have suspected that the author of The Perks of Being a Wallflower would conjure up such a … Continue reading New Title Tuesday – Imaginary Friend
This month we introduce Rachel H. in our Meet the Staff post. Rachel brought a lively cheerfulness to the O’Fallon Public Library when she joined us in June, and she is still a source of youthful energy. When you see her at the front desk, be sure to ask her about Star Wars. Rachel and … Continue reading Meet the Staff – Rachel H.
Usually I'm introducing the staff member who's sharing a favorite, but this time I was so excited about this new book that I just had to talk about how clever and satisfying it is. When I first read the book-jacket summary of Gravity Is the Thing by Jaclyn Moriarty I knew it had all the … Continue reading Third Thursday Staff Recommendations