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November…known as the darkest month of the year here in Vermont.  But, what better excuse to  snuggle in with a good book or turn on the toasty oven for a new recipe?  We anticipate with delight both opportunities here at the Charlotte Library.  Stop in to find a new favorite book, including the latest titles by Michael Connelly, Colm Toibin, Walter Isaacson, Erin Hilenbrand, and Atul Gawande, as well as our favorite seasonal picture book, “In November.”  Join us on November 14 from 11 am to 1 pm for our “Alt-Pumpkin Possibilities” sampler and some inspiration to lighten the dark days.

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  • Personalized Picks

    Book RecommendationsLooking for a good book?

    Fill out a brief form and we will suggest 5 books based on your responses. This new feature can also be found on the Reader’s Corner page.

  • Give it a Try…

    Eat Your Books Can’t remember where that recipe for peach pie came from?  Did that puttanesca sauce call for anchovies?  The answers to these cookbook conundrums are now available.  Simply click on the “Eat Your Books” logo and login with this information:  user id: charlottelibraryvt@gmail.com, password: charlotteeats.  Now you have the index of all the cookbooks in the library’s collection at your virtual fingertips.

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    Location:
    115 Ferry Rd, Charlotte, VT

    Telephone: 802-425-3864

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    • M, W: 10 am – 7 pm
    • T, Th, F: 10 am – 5 pm
    • Sat: 9 am – 2 pm
    • Sun: Closed
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