Looking for something to read over the holidays? Here are the Champlain Library staff’s top picks

It’s no secret that librarians read a lot. And when they finish a great book, they can’t wait to recommend it!

Over the past several months The Review has been presenting book reviews from the staff at the Champlain Library. Just in time for Christmas, here are the top five picks of each member of the staff at the library.

All of the books below are available at the Champlain Library, located at 94 Main Street East in Vankleek Hill. Contact the Champlain Library at 613-678-2216, or visit the library website at www.bc-cl.ca for more information.

Take a look what the staff at the library have been reading in 2022. You might just find your next favourite book or author – or a gift for a friend at Christmas!

Cynthia Martin:

The Winners, by Fredrik Backman

The Circus Train, by Amita Parikh

The Diamond Eye, by Kate Quinn

The Foundling, by Ann Leary

Magic City, by Jewell Parker Rhodes

Alicia Heinzle:

The Witches Heart, by Genevieve Gornichec

One Italian Summer, by Rebecca Serle

Slammed, by Colleen Hoover

Norse Mythology, by Neil Gaiman

Ex Hex, by Erin Sterling

Anne Smith:

Once Upon a Wardrobe, by Patti Callahan

We Begin at the End, by Chris Whitaker

The Map in the Attic, by Jolyn Sharp

one two three, by Laurie Frankel

Nora Webster, by Colm Tóibín

Rose Seitz:

Saturn Run, by John Sandford

House of Earth and Blood, by Sarah J. Maas

Fairy Tale, by Stephen King

Verity, by Colleen Hoover

Girl Forgotten, by Karin Slaughter

Karin Dierckx:

Ton autre vie, de Franck Lopvet

La facture amoureuse, de Pierre-Yves McSween

Soul Stories, by Gary Zukav

Medical Medium Liver Rescue, by Anthony William

La liste, de Jérémy Demay