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From the Nelson Library's Anne DeGrace...
Nelson author Anne Degrace's latest column for the Nelson Star.
My relatively untraveled self has travelled through time and across continents to gain insight and understanding through reading novels.
It began with a tall spindly pine tree growing in the corner of our yard smack at the meeting point of four fences.
Anne Degrace writes about some of her favourite BC books.
From library columnist Anne deGrace...
October is Library Month
The Nelson library's Anne Degrace on flash fiction....
When I came to work last year and saw the rainbow crosswalk outside the library I felt elated, delighted and proud.
The library is the friendly hub for travellers of all kinds, offering a different sort of connectedness.
From our library columnist Anne DeGrace . . .
Nancy Wise from Kelowna’s Sandhill Book Marketing is part of the illuminating discussion at the panel Publishing: Perish or Prosper?
Bill Richardson and Caroline Adderson have been many things: authors, multiple award winners, and, just possibly, ones that got away.
We feel warm and fuzzy when it comes to nature. What’s not to like about our furry friends of the forest?
Summer solstice. It’s June 21; the sun’s zenith is at its furthest point from the equator.
Full disclosure: I am a bibliophile. I am also a bibliophage, and at times even a bibliotaph. Luckily, I’m not alone.
Once upon a time Queen Nancy lived in a fairytale land called the Nelson Public Library.
Librarians and library-lovers everywhere know that Nancy Pearl — famous Seattle librarian, advocate, activist, and Book Lust author.
One of my all-time favourite provinces is going through harrowing financial times, but still: close 50 per cent of the province’s libraries?
Donald Trump was in the Nelson Public Library on April 1 on his book tour for Make America Great (by Annexing Canada).