By Amy Hunter Assistant Community Library
After a full day of skiing, what better way to relax than sitting by the fire with a book? Every time someone comes into the library and asks for book suggestions, it can be nerve racking. What if you don’t like the book we recommend? What if we are completely off base with our recommendations and you consider not coming back?
To help out your library and librarians this winter, please share with us the books you have read and what you thought of them. We use your feedback to recommend books to others so they have a good book to curl up with during the shortest days of the year.
The library has just gotten a few political nonfiction books for the winter. “What Happened” by Hilary Clinton looks at her campaign for president last year. Ta-Nehisi Coates’ new book, “We Were Eight Years in Power,” explores President Obama’s presidency. We also have new suspense books like “Origin” by Dan Brown and a prequel to “Practical Magic” by Alice Hoffman titled “The Rules of Magic.” We have something for everyone during these long nights, so come visit us in the library.
Entertainment7 days ago
Montana Wilderness Association hosts 14th annual Backcountry Film Festival
Business6 days ago
Making it in Big Sky: Black Tie Ski Rentals
Local3 days ago
Resort tax increase contentious topic at chamber, BSRAD meetings
Local5 days ago
Skijoring: Pro tips from someone who’s done it once
Outdoors5 days ago
Become a citizen scientist in Yellowstone
Environment2 days ago
The New West: What kind of prosperity destroys the foundation it is built upon?
Local7 hours ago
9-year-old boy found deceased at Big Sky Resort
Local4 days ago
On the Trail: Carlin’s Cruise to Joy’s Loop