Neil Gaiman's The Ocean at the End of the Lane is an intriguing and atmospheric fantasy that tells the story of a child who stumbles into a mesmerizing and sometimes dangerous world.
While you wait for your copy, try these tales of people surprised by odd circumstances and other worlds that bump up against our own.
When a strain of genetically altered wheat was found in an Oregon field this spring, some countries suspended imports from the United States. Read about the history of genetically modified foods, arguments pro and con, and what the future may hold.
This is just a highlight of the many books of clip art that are here at the library, to use in projects like webpages or posters or zines. You can find more books like this by doing a subject search for the term "clip art." Happy cutting-and-pasting!
In what's bound to be a gripping read, Margaret Atwood wraps up the story she began in Oryx and Crake and After the Flood. While you wait for MaddAddam, take a look at some more speculative titles about what might happen before, during and after the world as we know it ends.
by Sarah Binns, MCL volunteer Madi Beck is living the dream of a true Pacific Northwesterner: reading and working with books, investing in the outdoors, and restoring a 14-foot camper to live in. “My...
Nestled in a back room of Rockwood Library is a space for teens to create, make and try out cutting-edge technologies. Separate from the library, the Rockwood makerspace offers local youth access to...