We miss chatting with you about your latest and greatest read! If you have read something awesome – and want to get other reading recommendations – join us for a new, online book club – BYOB (bring your own book) book club!
We’ll discuss books, old and new, and share recommendations. Get ready to brag about your favorite reads and jot down all the intriguing titles you’ll hear about from others.
Tuesday, July 7, 6-7 p.m.
Tuesday, August 4, 6-7 p.m.
Contact Jennifer Schultz-Angoli at 540.422.8504 or email Jennifer.Schultz@fauquiercounty.gov to learn more or for a link to join the meeting!
Summer vacation cancelled? Big trip postponed? If armchair travel is your only getaway this year (or you just enjoy reading about cool places to go), begin your journey in the pages of a good book.
Library staff has compiled a list of 10 resources for armchair travelers. These aren’t your traditional guidebooks, however. Instead they explore destinations around the world through a different lens, from first person accounts to the very history of travel itself. (more…)
Something exciting is going on at your library this summer – A Summer of Opportunities – the 2020 summer reading program.
For more than 25 years, this annual free program has encouraged children and teens to continue reading during the summer break, combating summer slide, or the loss of academic gains made during the previous school year. Over the years, the program has expanded to include activities for adults also – bringing to life the phrase “lifelong reader” and making the summer reading program a family activity. (more…)
Libraries are an important resource for education and information, especially during challenging time. Fauquier Public Library staff has brought together a wide range of antiracism resources, including books, e-books, e-audios and DVDs. Whether you’re discussing current events with children or teens or learning for yourself, these materials may be helpful. (more…)
Our expert staff would love to create a custom list of books for you through our new BookMatch service.
The service is easy to use – simply answer a few questions on the BookMatch form. For example, do you like fiction or non-fiction? What genres do you enjoy? What format do you prefer – print, e-book or e-audio?
Using your reading preferences as their guide, our whipsmart librarians will select up to 10 books that meet your criteria, all available from Fauquier Public Library. Your custom list will be emailed to you, usually within five business days.
It’s sort of a blind date with no risk other than perhaps finding the perfect match!