This month’s book display, located to the right as you enter Topsham Public Library, is highlighting Maine authors. Maine is the best place to be in the summer, so when you hit the beach, or head to camp, or relax in your own yard, stop by Topsham Public Library first and pick up some books by… Read more »
Drop Box Change for Thanksgiving: The outside drop boxes will be open on Thurs, 11/19, noon - Sun, 11/22, at 9 am.
Reminder about Library Visit Time Limits: Due to Covid restrictions, library visits are limited to 30 mins. This includes using our computers.
Posts Categorized: Staff Picks
The day was gray and the rain wouldn’t stop. I decided to read a book. I have piles, literally, piles of new books just waiting to be read, but I ignored them. I had the overwhelming desire to read Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien. I don’t normally re-read books, but there are one… Read more »
The following is an update from Dave about Topsham Public Library’s DVD collection. Not all the “new” items that come into Topsham Public Library’s collection are noted on our monthly listing. Most times when we bring something that is published or created in past years, it is not included on the list. For instance, recently… Read more »
The Mystery Readers’ Roundtable has been faithfully meeting once a month, except during the summer, since September 2009 here at Topsham Public Library. We’ve read books from all over Maine, from all over the U.S. and from all over the world. We have explored amateur sleuths, police procedurals, and even true crime. We have also… Read more »
Last week, my sister Laurie, my cousin Lisa, and I went on a road trip to Michigan to visit my sister Becky. It was second nature for me to check out a variety of audio books from Topsham Public Library in preparation of the 14ish hours of drive time. (I won’t mention which of us… Read more »
Are you caught up in the NCAA March Madness College Basketball Tournament? My family loves March Madness and we each have our own bracket. It is a family tradition and the winner gets to decide where we will go out to eat. I’m already out this year. I’m usually the first one out of contention each year… Read more »
The following completes 2016’s top picks. Cyndi’s Top 5 with some honorable mentions: If you know Cyndi, you know she is intrigued by the workings of the body and how it’s intertwined. Do No Harm: Stories of Life, Death and Brain Surgery by Henry Marsh, a leading neurosurgeon, delves into the working of the brain and… Read more »
And the hits just keep on comin’! As always Linda is on top of the mysteries, and coming soon to her web page, Mysteries Abound, will be a link to an archive of Linda’s Top 5 picks from previous years. Once again Ms. Penny hits one out of the park with A Great Reckoning. This is the… Read more »
I’m not sure how it happened, but we are now into 2017!! Happy New Year! And as we do every year, I am happy to present the Top 5 picks of Topsham Public Library staff members. Drum roll, please. Dave feels sure of his Top 5 as he submitted his list in November. In no… Read more »
Halloween is almost here and in honor of all things scary, freaky and unnatural, here are some horrific suggestions from the staff at Topsham Public Library. Linda does not read horror, but her idea of scary includes 1984 by George Orwell, The Stepford Wives by Ira Levin and “anything that gets me locked up in… Read more »