If you look at historical records of Sedona, Arizona weather, the temperatures in late May usually hover in the high 70s during the day. US Climate data reports that it rains so infrequently in Sedona that they have have zero days of annual rainfall. Zero. Comparably, the same resource says Columbus, Ohio has 133 days … More When it Snows in Sedona
A Russian fairy tale vividly brought to life like an intimate historical fiction, Katherine Arden’s first installment of her Winternight Trilogy, The Bear and the Nightingale appeals to a broad swath of readers. More fairy tale than High Fantasy, Arden doesn’t lean on huge feats of world building or sword clanging adventures. Instead, Bear is … More The Bear and the Nightingale by Katherine Arden
Part of librarianship is understanding of the purpose of your particular library. Libraries range from those with extremely specialized collections like museum, medical, and research to those with broader appeal like academic, primary school, and public. There are also archives, which can be described as a cross between a museum and a library. Knowing who … More Why Do Libraries Throw Away Books?