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GPL Librarian Recommends Best Places to Read in Greenburgh

by Nancy Larrabee on 2018-05-28T10:00:00-04:00 in Reader's Advisory | Comments

Hi All! 

My name is Nancy and I am a librarian at the Greenburgh Public Library. 

I would like to share with you some fascinating, enchanting, and captivating adult fiction for summer reading as well as some of the best places to read outside.

The Greenburgh Public Library is first on my list as a great place to read in the Town but there are plenty of interesting areas within the Town of Greenburgh to bring a library book, a purchase from our Friends Bookstore, or your iPad with your free library ebook. 

This is the first in my series of six monthly posts of great reads and great reading spots.  As a finale, at the end of my recommendations, you'll be ask to select your favorite place to read in Greenburgh.  

Location Recommendation #1

Ridge Road park is located at 287 Ridge Road in Hartsdale, is a Westchester County-owned park, and is 3.4 miles from the Greenburgh Public Library.  Open seven days a week from 7:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. is it an idyllic piece of property in "our backyard."  There was plenty of parking available the day I went to the park.  Keep in mind there are many events where and when parking might be at a premium.  

It was a gorgeous spring day when I visited the park.  Sit in the stands by the baseball field? A walk in the woods? With so many choices, I decided to sit at one of the picnic tables with my books, under a big shady tree. 

Did you know?

During my research about the park I found out that portions of the park have historical significance because they were constructed and financed by the Works Progress Administration.  

 

 

 

I invite you to check out these books at the Greenburgh Public Library for your next trip to Ridge Road Park

The Cast by Danielle Steel 
Follow the journey of a talented and creative woman who launches her first television series, helping to recruit an unforgettable cast that will bring a dramatic family saga to the screen.

 

 

Two captivating second novels

Love & Ruin by Paula McLain 
Looking for romance, infidelity and war in a new novel? —Paula McLain’s rousing new novel has it all. 

 

 

 

Warlight by Michael Ondaatje 
A dramatic coming-of-age story set in the decade after World War II; "Warlight" is the fascinating new novel from the best-selling author of "The English Patient."

 

 

Novels with a hint of southern charm
Beach House Reunion by Mary Alice Monroe 
Beautifully wrought and rich with keen insight, this is an enlightening tale of new beginnings, resilience, and one family’s enduring love.

 

 

By Invitation Only by Dorothea Benton Frank 
A funny, sharp, and deeply compassionate novel of two very different worlds—of limousines and pickup trucks, caviar and pigs, skyscrapers and ocean spray—filled with a delightful cast of characters who all have something to hide and a lot to learn.

 

 

The High Tide Club by Mary Kay Andrews 
This novel contains the perfect blend of drama, humor, conspiracy, and just a touch of murder.

 

 

Reserve your books ahead of time by going to www.greenburghlibrary.org.  You can reserve a print copy or go to GPL's eLibrary and download a free ebook. 

Visit the GPL Blog again on June 25, 2018  for my next big reveal on my journey of Best Places to read in Greenburgh. 

 

 

 

 

 


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