Monthly Archives: July 2011

Say Yes! by Paula Morgan

A book full of poems about a woman’s suburban life in the 1970s still appeals to the women of Albertville. Continue reading

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Starlight and Candleglow by Helen Lowrie Marshall

A book of Christmas poems full of traditional seasonal warmth has been given the cold shoulder by the people of Albertville. Continue reading

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Please to Begin by Jim Metcalf

Pleasing reflections on life in fairly short, simple poems appeals to the people of Albertville. Continue reading

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Apples of Gold

Compiled by Jo Petty Possibly copyrighted 1962 Checked out 2 times in 13 years Last checked out 12 years ago This is not a book of poetry but a book of quotes. Furthermore, it’s a book of quotes without crediting … Continue reading

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Work, for the Night’s Coming by Jared Carter

Though this book has appeal, there is no reason to keep it in the face of complete patron disinterest. Continue reading

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Lines to the South by John William Corrington

Corrington’s style is not of a kind likely to win readers in Albertville. Continue reading

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Poems for our Time by McKinley Nash

This book, published in 1965, is no longer of our time and readers have caught on to that. Continue reading

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