All branches of Marin County Free Library will be closed from 1pm Wed 12/31 & all day Thu 1/1 for New Year.

Feb 9, 2012
REAL "reality" love stories?  Try StoryCorps latest book, new this month, All There Is.  These are vignettes from the StoryCorps oral history collection, including funny,...
Feb 7, 2012
New book reviewed on NPR / Fresh AirThe Science of Yoga : the Risks and the Rewards The Science of Yoga, investigates both the risks and rewards of yoga. Using the latest scientific research, the...
Feb 7, 2012
On this day 200 years ago, Charles Dickens was born in Portsea, England.  He spent his childhood years in Kent, where he enjoyed an almost idyllic early childhood and read voraciously. ...
Feb 5, 2012
Books are a wonderful way to explore other lands, other times, other cultures and other people.  The 2012 One Book One Marin selection, The Oracle of Stamboul, is set in Istanbul in the late...
Feb 2, 2012
“Eleanora Cohen came into this world on a Thursday, late in the summer of 1877.  Those who rose early that morning would recall noticing a flock of purple-and-white hoopoes circling above...
Feb 1, 2012
Libraries across Marin County invite the entire Marin Community to read and discuss one book each year.  The goal of One Book One Marin is to build a stronger, enriched community through the...
Jan 25, 2012
Test your knowledge on the book The Hunger GamesTake the online   Hunger Games Quiz! All the books in the Hunger Games series are available at public libraries in Marin.  Check the...
Jan 25, 2012
Ultimate Teen Reading Listteenreads.com has created what they think is the Ultimate Teen Reading List --- close to 400 titles that are perfect choices for reading and discussing.teenreads staff...
Jan 25, 2012
New book reviewed on NPR / Fresh AirThe Real RomneyIn a new biography, two longtime Boston Globe reporters Michael Kranish and Scott Helman write about Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney...
Jan 24, 2012
How Dr. Seuss Got His Start 'On Mulberry Street'Morning Edition outlines the history of one of America’s most cherished children’s book.Seventy-five years ago, before Theodor...