It’s hard not to notice the light fading earlier and earlier in the evenings. I know it’ll turn around again in the Spring but gosh, that seems far away right now -plus Daylight Saving Time doesn’t even start until November 2nd! It’s a good thing a local boy, Mr. Thomas Alvin Edison from Milan, OH, came up with the light bulb! If there were no light at night? How could we read the Winter away?! Ugh. What a horrible, horrible thing to not be able to read at night! But we can! And so we should! Let’s celebrate light bulbs this week and stay up late reading! Do you need something new read while you’re enjoying that incandescent glow? How about one of the books most recently added to The Reading Room!
A Place Called Hope by Philip Gulley
I’ll Give You the Sun by Jandy Nelson
The Daring Ladies of Lowell by Kate Alcott
Death of a Dyer by Eleanor Kuhns
The Last Dragonslayer by Jasper Fforde
Zeitoun by Dave Eggers
Not a bad way to spend some time -either in daylight or at night- right? Enjoy!