Midtown Reader Blog

June 2, 2020

Wonder Woman is nothing short of every girl's hero: she's tough, she's smart, she's loyal - and now, she's adjusting to life in a new land where everything is new, unfamiliar, and a bit disorienting. Through it all, though, her hair still looks amazing.

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May 26, 2020

The Florida Book Awards, presented by the Florida State University Libraries, has announced its winners for the 14th annual competition! 

The Florida Book Awards, established in 2006, is the nation's most comprehensive state book awards program dedicated to recognizing...

November 13, 2019

When I was a young child, I would spend my Summers with my grandfather at his hand-built cabin along the Youghiogheny River. He was an avid storyteller and spoke them as if they were spells that had the power to draw, captivate, and bind all who listened (which was eve...

November 8, 2019

The feeder stood silent against the waning sunshine, as the tendrils of night, waiting their turn in the yard, began to creep along within the shadows of the oak trees. Dusk was beginning to settle, slow and serene as a silent fog. Suddenly, a flurry of movement from a...

October 11, 2019

I’m sitting on a train. It is quiet. I sit alone holding a grey book, at one end of an empty car. The world around this miniscule, individual world in which I sit is moving quickly, chugging by, spinning round, wearing us down. Is the train moving, or is the earth? Is...