Archive for March, 2019

Readers Dozen – April!

Readers! Are you ready for an adventure? This month our Readers Dozen challenge is to read a Fantasy. So, whether you’re interested in dragons or demons, magic or mazes, find a book that will take you on an escapist journey.

Because this is such a broad category, we’ve found a few lists to help you narrow your choices. Or, ask a Librarian for a recommendation!



~Urban Fantasy and Paranormal Romance


Angels, Gods, and Demons


Mythologies and Retellings of Classics & Fairy Tales

Arthurian Tales



Vampires, Werewolves, and Witches


Readers Dozen March – Read an Idaho Memoir

Vintage postcardHow’s the Readers Dozen Challenge going? If you haven’t gotten your Idaho Memoir read, you’ve still got time. If you haven’t gotten one picked out, you could get started with one of these:~~~

Adventures of an Idaho Mountain Pilot – Harold Dougal

Bitterbrush Country: Living on the Edge of the Land – Diane Josephy Peavey

Eagle Rock: Growing Up Rich in Idaho – John David Rose

Growing Up with Ghosts: Memories of Silver City, Idaho – Julia Conway Welch

Hannah and the Mountain: Notes Toward a Wilderness Fatherhood – Jonathan Johnson

Home Mountains: Reflections from a Western Middle Age – Susan H. Swetnam

King of the Mild Frontier: An Ill-Advised Autobiography – Chris Crutcher

My Heaven in Hells Canyon: Growing Up in Snake River – Violet Wilson Shirley

On All Sides Nowhere: Building a Life in Rural Idaho – William E. Gruber

We Sagebrush Folks – Annie Pike Greenwood