MRL Online Resources – NoveList Plus

Massanutten Regional Library has the perfect resource to help you find you or your child your next book. NoveList and NoveList K-8 are online reading recommendation resources. The two sites have a similar layout, but serve different age groups. NoveList is for all age groups including adults, while NoveList K-8 is tailored towards children and

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Mission: Women’s History Month

Happy Women’s History Month, young patrons! This month, the Young Adult display is all about fictional (and non-fictional) women in history. If you want to see the books included in this display, check out our “YA Display” shelf on our Goodreads page! There, you will find all the books currently on display at the Central

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Teens’ Top Ten Results!

Did you vote for the YALSA Teens’ Top Ten books a few months ago? If you did, here are the results! 1. Alive by Chandler Baker 2. All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven 3. The Game of Love and Death by Martha Brockenbrough 4. Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo 5. Everything, Everything by

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Have you read Mortal Engines?

If you’ve read Philip Reeve’s Mortal Engines series, prepare for excitement. The book series is taking the journey that most action-packed books series eventually end up taking. The books are becoming movies. If you are unfamiliar with the books, they are in a series called Predator Cities, and these are the books in it: Mortal

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Tonight you can… Meet the Author: Tamara Shoemaker!

How many people do you know that can say they’ve met an author? You could be one of those people after tonight! In a matter of hours, Tamara Shoemaker, author of young adult novels Kindle the Flame as well as the Guardian of the Vale series (beginning with Mark of Four), will be holding a workshop at YOUR library!

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Gotta catch ’em all!

Pokémon Go has not only caught the country by storm, but also staff members here at Massanutten Regional Library Central Branch. We have been exploring the library and have found several Pokémon throughout the library. For those who have yet to play, Pokémon Go is actually a very fun (dare I say addicting) game that

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Maze Runner: The Death Cure and Summer Reading

Hello dear readers! This post is long overdue and just in time for the start of summer! For this post I come baring news concerning a young adult franchise that, like Divergent, hopped on the popular dysotpian band wagon and started getting adapted into movies. I am of course talking about James Dashner’s Maze Runner.

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New Movie Adaptions for 2016!

Hello again  readers! Can you believe its March already? It is a new year that has already brought about new books! However that is unfortunately not what I will be talking about today! instead I’m going to be talking about new movies! Yeah! Hollywood has taken upon itself to create more and more big-screen adaptions for

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