As this week is Public Library Week, we want to point out the contribution of our library staff to the user experience.
Beyond books, a library is also the people who work there. For Public Library Week, the Town of Pincourt wants to recognize the incredible work of its library staff.
Libary staff's favourites:
- Carole Chamberland: Une prière pour Owen, by John Irving
- Valérie Paul: L’amie prodigieuse, by Elena Ferrante (digital book)
- Marie-France Stecum: A Gentleman in Moscow, by Amor Towles (book available by a loan with another library)
- Lise Migneault-Charlebois: Sapiens, by Yuval Noah Harari (essay)
- Sylvie de Reptentigny: Je t’aimerai toujours, by Robert Munsch et Pas de taches pour une girafe, by Lucie Papineau (album)
- Mélanie Leclerc: Asterios Polyp, by David Mazzucchelli (comic book) et Profession crocodile (album without text)
- Rosanne Rockburn: Tuesday Night Miracle, by Kris Radish
- Mireille Péladeau: Becoming Andy Warhol, by Nick Bertozzi (adult comic book)
- Diane Rioux: Underground railroad, by Colson Whitehead
- Mary-Ann Drolet: The lion, the witch and the wardrobe, by C.S. Lewis et Love you forever, by Robert Munsch
- Jocelyne Leclerc: The Greatest Showman (CD-DVD)