To SIRI With Love

Sara’s Pick: To SIRI With Love by Judith Newman The true story of a mother and her twin sons, Gus, who is autistic and Henry, who is not. Gus flaps when he is happy, knows all the timetables for the subway in New York, and doesn’t like vacations because he is homesick for all that…

Stingray Afternoons

Jane’s Pick: Stingray Afternoons by Steve Rushin Nice easy summer read – especially if you grew up in the 70s. Although technically a coming of age story, this book reads more like a stream of conscious nostalgia ride through various pop culture artifacts of 1970s Americana. Rushin hops from one item to the next, leap…

The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks

Kathryn’s Pick: The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot I would like to personally mention that I rarely pick up non-fiction books for casual reading, but the story that is told in this book is one I thoroughly enjoyed. I also believe the topics touched on in this book are important to bring…