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Hampton Park Children's Area

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Post Road Meeting Room

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Post Road Meeting Room

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Sharon Forks Meeting Room

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Sharon Forks Meeting Room

Tue, Aug 20, 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Sharon Forks Conference Room

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Staff Picks: Trending Titles

Image of a picnic basket filled with books that have an environmental angle

By happy accident, three of the books I've been most anticipating reading this summer arrived on the hold shelf for me on the same day: Under the Bridge by Rebecca GodfreyThe Guncle Abroad by Steven Rowley, and You Like it Darker by Stephen King.

What else can a booklover do but check them all out and try to binge read them before the due date?

Fans of popular authors and trending titles can probably relate to this bibliophile dilemma.

Adventure Begins at Your Library: Explore Green Reads

Image of a picnic basket filled with books that have an environmental angle

As part of Forsyth County Public Library's summer reading theme, Adventure Beings at Your Library, visitors to the Sharon Forks Library can explore new genres and find reading suggestions in themed picnic baskets throughout the branch.  

Summer picnic basket themes highlight books for foodies, short stories, classics, and green reads. Green reads titles include fiction and nonfiction books that have an environmental angle. Fictional books that focus on the environment are also called ecofiction. 

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