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Eventide by Kent Haruf

This was just one of those books that you can sit back, enjoy and not have to figure out a thing. Just let the story happen. It is about good people in a Colorado town making their way in the world and helping others out. It is a story about a couple of old ranchers who never got married that take in a young woman and her baby. It is a story of a somewhat mentally deficient poor couple trying to raise and keep two children.  It is the story of a single social worker who goes beyond her duty to try to help those folks out. It is the story of a boy living with his ailing grandfather and his friendship with the neighbor girls. Somehow all these stories are linked and woven into an enjoyable easy to read book.

If you like this book you will also like Haruf's "Plainsong".

June Library Reads LIst

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Announcing the
 June 2014 LibraryReads list!
You voted, we counted, and June's LibraryReads Favorite is:

Elizabeth is Missing
by Emma Healey (Harper) "Maude sinks into a confusing world in this gripping psychological mystery written in the voice of an aging woman with Alzheimer's. She can't remember what she's doing or where she is, but she is obsessed with one thought--her good friend Elizabeth is missing. Book groups will enjoy this satisfying and entertaining read!" Mary Campanelli, Columbus Metropolitan Library, Columbus, OH Coming to BEA at the end of May? Come see our panel:"LibraryReads: Collaborative Discovery for Librarians & Patrons" and get a LibraryReads button! It's on Thursday from 10-10:50am in Room 1E14. 
And now, the rest of the LibraryReads June Top 10:
China Dolls: A Novel
by Lisa See(Random House)  "Set in 1938 San Francisco, this book follows the lives o…