Hmm, I'm not struck by this so far. Rather twee and predictable...
4-24-22: My 39th finished book of 2022! Absolutely loved this! June Jones, a library assistant in Chalcot, the small village she has lived in all her life, has crippling shyness. When faced with the possibility of her library being shut down, she bands together with a misfit crew of library patrons to help save it. Along the way, she must face her fears and stand up for what she believes in. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️📖#️⃣3️⃣9️⃣
Cheers for a bookish read, when your flight looks to be slightly (🤞) delayed.
This is a sweet, feel-good story about community and public libraries. It's sweet but predictable. With themes of loneliness, community and library love, this is also a story about one woman's journey to find herself.
What a sweet and cozy book! While the storyline didn‘t have the depth I was hoping for, overall I loved the characters, and their eccentricities ! 📚 I have had really bad Vertigo this last week, and am just now recovering. Wasn‘t able to read during that week due to how dizzy I was, but today I made up for it by finishing the book and feeling better !
It‘s been a tough week at work. Still acclimating to a new head librarian who‘s personality and idea of the library is VERY different than I have ever worked in/with, and I am utterly exhausted. My mom offered to pick up a book for me at my favorite bookshop Fabled Bookstore in Waco when visiting my aunt, and that sweet gesture was a good start to the week💙
If you do not have this book in your TBR, you do need to add it.
This book is a tribute to libraries, the comfort they provide for its patrons, and for everyone who uses the library for books and friendship.
I KNEW I was going to like this book, but I LOVED it!!
The characters are loveable and funny too.
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