Category: Books

Wilton Library and Wilton School District Explore Climate Change and Meaning of Community for Wilton Reads 2023

Wilton, CT – Wilton Library is pleased to announce that Vigil Harbor has been chosen as the book selection for Wilton Reads 2023, the library’s annual community-wide reading program. Vigil Harbor by National Book Award winner Julia Glass is a contemporary novel, set 10 years in the future in a small coastal community in Massachusetts,…

WCSU history professor’s eagerly anticipated sixth book available now

DANBURY, CT – Historian and American Constitutional scholar Dr. Kevin R.C. Gutzman is dedicated to his subject matter. So much so that when he’s not teaching one of several American History courses at Western Connecticut State University, he’s either researching, writing about or discussing the founding of America. Apparently, his enthusiasm is contagious because this…

Magdalena Gómez’ returns to Norwalk in recognition of National Hispanic Heritage Month

NORWALK, CT – In recognition of National Hispanic Heritage Month Magdalena Gómez’ returns to the South Norwalk (SoNo) Library, 10 Washington Street, Saturday, October 8 from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. to discuss her new book. “Mija: A Memoir Noir”. At once heartbreaking and hilarious, “Mi’ja” chronicles the first nineteen years of Gomez’s life—a life…

Norwalk Public Library is now Fine Free

Norwalk, CT – 2022 is here and new years brings new things. The Norwalk Public Library is excited to announce that as of January 3, 2022, it will be fully fine free. NPL was partially ‘fine free’ beginning last June with children’s cards as a pilot after Library Director, Sherelle Harris, shared with the Library…