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Memphis Reads Blog: Library staff members contribute reviews, essays, and news items about titles in the Library’s collection and raise ideas, questions, and concerns for discussion.


About Memphis Reads!

Memphis Reads is a blog series where Memphis Public Library staff members can discuss their favorite adult fiction and non-fiction books. Library staff members contribute reviews, essays, and news items about titles in the Library’s collection and raise ideas, questions, and concerns for Memphians to consider.

Most Recent Memphis Read Posts!

MEMPHIS READS: MEMPHIS, 1800-1900 by Carole M. Orelas-Struve and Frederick Lee Coulter (4/28/2019)- Marilyn reviews Memphis 1800-1900 by Carole M. Orelas-Struve and Frederick Lee Coulter, edited by Joan Hassell. The city of Memphis,… ...Read More
MEMPHIS READS: ROBERT CHURCH by Cookie Lommel (4/23/2019)- Marilyn reviews ROBERT CHURCH by Cookie Lommel, Melrose Square Publishing Company, 1995. Robert Church was one such man who believed… ...Read More
MEMPHIS READS: THE GREAT PEARL HEIST (4/17/2019)- Marilyn reviews THE GREAT PEARL HEIST by Molly Caldwell Crosby, Berkely Books, 2012 There was a time in the early… ...Read More
Memphis Reads: YOU DON’T KNOW EVERYTHING, JILLY P! (4/9/2019)- Andrea reviews You Don't Know Everything, Jilly P! by Alex Gino (Scholastic, 2018.) Alex Gino is an amazing writer whose works… ...Read More
Memphis Reads: FINDING DOROTHY by Elizabeth Letts (4/1/2019)- Andrea reviews FINDING DOROTHY by Elizabeth Letts. (Ballantine Books, 2019) I am going to be honest when I tell you… ...Read More
Memphis Reads- THE FOUNDING OF MEMPHIS, 1818-1820 by James E. Roper (3/27/2019)- Marilyn reviews THE FOUNDING OF MEMPHIS, 1818-1820 by James E. Roper. Our city of Memphis will be celebrating our Bicentennial… ...Read More

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