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Staff Picks: Recent Picks by Warrenton Staff

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The reading tastes of staff members vary widely. Here are a few recommendations from the staff at the Warrenton central library staff from books we’ve recently read: The Lost Lake

Staff Picks: Bealeton Staff Recommends Animal Stories

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Like many of our patrons, the staff at the Bealeton branch library enjoys their pets and neighboring animals, wild or domesticated and adore our library cat Ernie! We thought we

Staff Picks: Bealeton Staff Enjoys Magazines

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staff favorites: Writer’s Digest is the go-to magazine for those interested in a fiction or non-fiction writing career. It features author interviews and excellent articles to jump start creativity, improve

Staff Picks: Youth Services Staff Shares Their Favorites

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Warrenton Youth Services staff has a variety of different tastes and reading interests, which makes for a great Staff Picks post! Let’s take a look at what’s recently caught their

Staff Picks: Top Picks for April

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…favorites from library staff are great resources when searching for your next book. You can also find more Staff Picks online or stop by the reference desk.     &nbsp

Staff Picks: Marshall Staff Enjoys Updated Classics

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this was an engaging and sometimes hilarious novel. ∼ Veronica, Circulation, John Marshall branch library Additional staff picks and book club roundups are available online. We hope you will have

Staff Picks: Four Favorite Story Time Picks

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…can be overwhelming. Warrenton Youth Services staff is always ready to recommend great read alouds for all ages. Here are some of our favorites! Burger Boy by Alan Durant 4-

Staff Picks: Looking for Modern Magic

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…Allshouse, Circulation, Bealeton branch Book lists and favorites from library staff are great resources when searching for your next book. Or stop by the reference desk at your local library