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Travel brings with it a change in your daily routine. Whether you're on the road for fun or for business, you're bound to have at least a little free time, which, if you're a book lover, translates to reading time. As a lover...
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Winter is gone, and it's time to get your bicycle out of storage. Check out our blog for nine books to help get you excited for riding your bike!

And don't miss our upcoming Bike Care Workshop with the Dubuque Bike Coop on Monday, May 9 at 6 p.m.
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"Osnos presents China anecdotally, interviewing individuals with a wide variety of outlooks, occupations, and incomes, and building long-term relationships. His well-written and faultlessly objective narrative is fascinating, comprehensive, and human." Read more of Ann's review on our blog: http://carnegiestout.blogspot.com/2016/04/staff-review-age-of-ambition-chasing.html
Age of Ambition by Evan Osnos, the 2014 National Book Award winner for nonfiction, is Carnegie-Stout's adult book-discussion selection for June. The discussion will take place June 14th at 7 PM and there's a lot to discuss! O...
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"If you haven’t been reading kids' books, you are missing out. The drama, complexity and humor of many juvenile fiction books make for great reads, no matter your age." Read the rest of Angie's blog post: http://carnegiestout.blogspot.com/2016/03/a-prophecy-quest-and-fatal-flaw-one.html
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Are you a Rick Riordan fan? Do you impatiently wait for him to publish his next book? I am, and I do! I LOVED the Percy Jackson and the Olympians and the Heroes of Olympus series. Riordan does an amazing job of bringing t...
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"Strout's achievement in this short novel is her very human understanding, her compassion for Lucy's badly flawed family members, who made her childhood such a misery, and her realistic offering of an alternate way of life."
Read the rest of Ann's review of "My Name Is Lucy Barton" on the library's blog:
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"Each recipe is accompanied by a short anecdote from the author explaining its significance, and a few of the recipes are almost like reading a very short story... Overall, I highly recommend that anyone who loves food and mystery novels check out The Mystery Writers of America Cookbook to try their hand at some deviously delicious recipes!"

Read the rest of Sarah's review of "The Mystery Writers of America Cookbook" on the library's blog
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Check out Sarah's review of THE MAN WHO LOVED ONLY NUMBERS by Paul Hoffman on the library's blog
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Mike agrees with Tim Olson, "'Victorian Survival' is just weird."
I enjoyed the article "125 years of a LEGACY: Local artists, aficionados celebrate Grant Wood" by Tia Carol Jones in yesterday’s Telegraph Herald. Here's some more info. On February 18, 1942, a few days after Grant Wood died,...
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"The staff welcomed me and promptly helped me locate the materials that I needed."
"It's a nice, family oriented and convenient public service."
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Here is something you will not read in this building of lies. Benjamin Franklin started the 1st library and also saved my forefathers while they were freezing their buns off at Valley Forge after he told Marie Antoinette of their daring rebellion. The Secret service told me I cannot call my elected tax sucking maggots after one of their agents attacked me with a baseball bat almost hitting my 18 month old child while on the bike with me. The States Attorney showed me the photographic proof of Ronald Reagan in 1984. They held me up at the White House for about ten minutes after the inquisition device they stuck in my back set the metal detector off. The White House is criminal and drugged and kidnapped me using drugs, communism, mental illness and sex as excuses to terrorize me and threaten to kill me when Senator Bob Dole pointed a gun at me loaded with hollow point bullets. Richard Nixon appeared to be running the CIA. The medical mafia like Florida governor Rick Scott and Dr. Nabil El Sanadi president and CEO of Broward Health and its chief of emergency medicine is criminal kidnaps and tortures Americans to generate income. The US constitution is fiction. Arrest John A Psaros accordian repair precision transmission for drugging and gang raping me when I was 14.
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Bridget McGuire
a month ago
It's a nice, family oriented and convenient public service. Very well managed.
Response from the owner - a month ago
Thanks, Bridget.
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Joshua Clements
7 months ago
Carnegie Stout Public Library is a wonderfully restored Carnegie Library with a well-done addition. The Library is a centerpiece and core institution in Dubuque, not just a place for books and media but a gathering place for all ages. My family and I visit the library several times each week for various meetings, see friends, searching and reading material, and to get out of the house and into the community.
Response from the owner - 7 months ago
Joshua, thank you!
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Lisa Dursky
a year ago
Even though I live a half hour away, I was able to get a library card. I am so happy that I have access to all their amazing materials. The staff welcomed me and promptly helped me locate the materials that I needed.
Response from the owner - 7 months ago
Thanks, Lisa!
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Linda Soule
2 weeks ago
Itsa great.place, but.needs to have better hours. Open at nine am more often,as well as being open on Sunday year round. Think of the kid's, and those who work or have nothing to do.
Response from the owner - 2 weeks ago
Thanks for your comments, Linda. Actually, the mayor and city council recently restored funding to the library for the coming fiscal year, which means we can add 117 additional hours of service. We're currently running a survey at http://www.dubuque.lib.ia.us/FormCenter/Home-3/Hours-Survey-98 to see where you'd like us to add these hours, like Thursday mornings or Sundays year round. This survey is open through May 15, 2016. If you could take a few moments to complete our survey, it certainly will help. Thanks again!
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Aaron Keating
4 months ago
Always with a smile. Some more nature documentaries would be appreciated. Marty Stoufer's wild America is a good one.
Response from the owner - 2 months ago
Thanks, Aaron! We will check on getting Marty Stouffer's Wild America on DVD. Staff at our Recommendations Desk can help find similar titles that we might already have or could add to our collections. Thanks again for your comments!
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Steve Hanken
a year ago
Doing a short visit looking for research material on a difficult subject with less than two hours before closing on a weekend, we found the reference librarian exceptionally helpful! We walked away with two very good copies of a obituary from microfilm largely due to his assistance with the very complicated micro film reader/printer. We will be back! The Library itself is a very handsome building and if all the staff function like this gentleman it is a well oiled machine!
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Response from the owner - 7 months ago
Thank you very much, Steve! We're glad we could help!
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Rylee lynch
a year ago
Its a nice friendly environment
Response from the owner - a year ago
Thanks, Rylee! :)