PELHAM, N.Y. - Summer is a time of resting, relaxing and reading and the staff at the Pelham Library wants to help you make good choices.
The staff has issued its summer reading suggestions to help those who don't know what to read next. Here are some of the staff's selections, according to the library's wesbite :
- Patricia Perito, director of the Town of Pelham Public Library: ‘The Science of Yoga: the Risks and the Rewards,’ by William J. Broad.
- Lillian Hecker, children’s service librarian: ‘The Rough Guide to Yellowstone & Grand Teton.’
- Claudia Gisolfi, adult services librarian: 'The Hare with Amber Eyes,' by Edmund de Waal.
- Suzanne Auclair, trustee: 'Cape Cod,' by Henry David Thoreau.
- Sandy Angevine, trustee: 'Unbroken,' by Laura Hillenbrand.
- Margaret Young, president of the Board of Trustees, Edward Albee’s ‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?,’ Tennessee Williams’ ‘Cat on a Hot Tin Roof’ and Lillian Hellman’s ‘Little Foxes.’
Anne R. Calder, trustee, 'Last Days of Summer,” by Stephen Kluger, from the Fordham Prep reading list.
- Stevenson Swanson, trustee: 'The Selected Letters of Willa Cather,' edited by Andrew Jewell and Janis Stout.
- Everett Potter, trustee: Alan Furst’s 'Mission to Paris.'
- Carl Panutti, trustee: 'Eleven Rings,' by Phil Jackson,.
- Sue Simpson of Friends of the Pelham Public Library: Tracy Kidder’s 'Mountains Beyond Mountains.'
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