What's New in October at The Worthington Library

Hispanic Heritage Month

Celebrate and honor Hispanic Heritage Month with a few great reads. (September 15 to October 15)
The main character is on the cover of the book. Pink flowers with green petals fill the background. The text reads: Violeta: a novel by Isabel Allende. New York Times Bestselling author of A Long Petal Of The Sea
A thin tree with colorful leaves fills the background. The text reads: Author of the International Bestseller In the Time of the Butterflies. Julia Alvarez “Afterlife: a novel” "A stunning work of art that reminds readers that Julia Alvarez is, and always has been, in a class of her own.” - Elizabeth Acevedo, National Book Award-Winning Author of The New York Times bestseller “The Poet X."

Connect with neighbors at one of our Ongoing Events

  • Dungeons & Dragons for Kids, Saturdays, Noon to 2 pm
Join our growing group of adventurers! Crawl dungeons, slay monsters, and flee with treasures. 
  • Genealogy Drop-In, First Saturdays, 10 am to Noon
Discover your family history. Join us online here: Join Zoom Meeting 
Meeting ID: 824 1650 9045 
  • Spinning Group*, Tuesdays, 7 pm
Bring your latest spinning, knitting, or crochet project. Trade tips and laughs. All are welcome.
  • Book Club*, Last Saturdays, 4 pm
Text reads: Velvet Was the Night, Silvia Moreno-Garcia, New York Times bestselling author of Mexican Gothic. Behind text is a female figure with glasses holding a cigarette to their lips.
October Book Club Pick
Velvet Was the Night by Silvia Moreno-Garcia
*Subject to scheduling changes. Email the library to be added to the email list for these event.
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New Releases

Tanvi and Venkat standing back to back. A dark castle sits in the background. The text reads: Author of Star Daughter Shveta Thakrar, The Dream Runners.
This YA fantasy is a blend of Hindu mythology, magic, and romance. As a dream runner, Tanvi harvests dreams in the realm of Nagalok until a harvest goes wrong revealing a dark secret. Young Adult Fiction
Sano on the cover. The text reads: SaturdayAM presents “Apple Black” Volume 1 Story and Art by Odunze Oguguo
A young sorcerer, Sano, has the ultimate wand. He trains in secret as the savior of the world. When evil surfaces, can Sano prevail? Young Adult Graphic Novel
The text reads: The Woman in the Library, a novel, Sulari Gentill, Award-winning author
The pen is mightier than the sword.
As a murder is investigated, four library patrons develop friendships. Everyone has an untold story and one story is that of the murderer. Set in the Boston Public Library, The Woman in the Library is a novel by award-winning author Sulari Gentill. Adult Fiction

The text reads: Invisible Things, a novel, Mat Johnson, Author of Pym. A cityscape sits in the background.
What better way to study human interactions than to participate in the first manned mission to Jupiter? That’s what sociologist Nalini Jackson thought when she joined the SS Delany. What she wasn't expecting was being abducted to a city on Jupiter’s largest moon, Europa. Adult Science Fiction
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