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Summer hours at the Robbers Library : a novel / Sue Halpern.

Halpern, Sue, (author.).

Available copies

  • 13 of 15 copies available at BC Interlibrary Connect.
  • 1 of 1 copy available at Houston Public Library.

Current holds

0 current holds with 15 total copies.

Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Holdable? Status Due Date
Houston Public Library F HAL (Text) 35150001712233 Adult Fiction Volume hold Available -
Castlegar Public Library FIC HAL (Text) 35146002068427 Fiction Volume hold Available -
Invermere Public Library FIC HAL (Text) IPL054543 Adult Fiction Volume hold Available -
Kimberley Public Library F HAL (Text) 35137001010601 Adult Fiction Volume hold Available -
Nelson Public Library F HAL (Text) 3514830028052 Adult Fiction Volume hold Available -
Smithers Public Library F HAL (Text) 35101011013971 Adult Fiction Volume hold Available -
Sparwood Public Library FIC HAL (Text) 35172000236048 Adult Fiction Volume hold Available -
Terrace Public Library HAL (Text) 35151001060862 Adult Fiction Volume hold Checked out 01/04/2019
Trail and District Public Library F HAL (Text) 35110001087291 Adult New Books Shelf Volume hold Available -
Tumbler Ridge Public Library AF HALPE (Text) TRL23127 Adult Fiction Volume hold Available -
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Record details

  • ISBN: 9780062834065
  • Physical Description: 368 pages ; 24 cm
  • Publisher: New York, New York : Harper, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, 2018.

Content descriptions

Summary, etc.:
"People are drawn to libraries for all kinds of reasons. Most come for the books themselves, of course; some come to borrow companionship. For head librarian Kit, the public library in Riverton, New Hampshire, offers what she craves most: peace. Here, no one expects Kit to talk about the calamitous events that catapulted her out of what she thought was a settled, suburban life. She can simply submerge herself in her beloved books and try to forget her problems. But that changes when fifteen-year-old, home-schooled Sunny gets arrested for shoplifting a dictionary. The judge throws the book at Sunny—literally—assigning her to do community service at the library for the summer. Bright, curious, and eager to connect with someone other than her off-the-grid hippie parents, Sunny coaxes Kit out of her self-imposed isolation. They’re joined by Rusty, a Wall Street high-flyer suddenly crashed to earth. In this little library that has become the heart of this small town, Kit, Sunny, and Rusty are drawn to each other, and to a cast of other offbeat regulars. As they come to terms with how their lives have unraveled, they also discover how they might knit them together again and finally reclaim their stories."--Provided by the publisher.
Subject: Teenage girls > Fiction.
Middle-aged women > Fiction.
Intergenerational relations > Fiction.
Self-actualization (Psychology) > Fiction.
Libraries > Fiction.
New Hampshire > Fiction.

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