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Upcoming Bay Area Literary Events

Upcoming Bay Area Literary Events

Spring has sprung, and that means new book babies to adopt and love! See some of your favorite authors up close and get to know some debut ones, too. April 14, 7:30pm, @ Kepler’s Are you one of the many students who read Francisco Jiménez’s fascinating memoir The Circuit? He has more stories to tell. […]

Four to Read More — Girls Disguised As Boys

Four to Read More — Girls Disguised As Boys

And now we present Four to Read More, mini collections of four books that share some common theme, whether it’s the name of a character, a cover design quirk, or something else. Inspired by Kelly Jensen’s “Three on a YA Theme” series at Book Riot (take a look – we’ll wait!), this series will highlight […]

Thank You To All–Another Successful Edible Book Festival!

Thank You To All–Another Successful Edible Book Festival!

Yesterday, Casti celebrated our 2nd annual Edible Book Festival. We played literary games, decorated cupcakes, and viewed (and then ate) many very edible books! Without a doubt, however, the highlight of the afternoon was viewing the Edible Book Contest entries and voting for favorites. The almost sixty creations submitted made it difficult to chose, but in the […]

Why I Love JSTOR

Why I Love JSTOR

One of my best sleepover memories involves JSTOR, the amazing database you might have used for a C&C project or, if you’re like me, you frequent with search terms and curiosity. Some of you may be surprised or a lil grossed out by this. Who would want to read articles filled with unfortunate amounts of […]

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Our Pinterest Is Busy!

23 March 2015

Have you checked our Pinterest page lately? We’ve been adding hundreds of book recommendations to make sure you always have something to read – and they now include recommendations in our ebook library as well. If you’re a middle schooler who loves realistic and historical fiction, you’ll want to check out our board For Fans […]

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The Edible Book Festival is here! Once again, there will be butterbeer!

The Edible Book Festival is here! Once again, there will be butterbeer!

13 March 2015

On Monday, March 30, the library will celebrate its 2nd annual Edible Book Festival. Everyone in the Casti community is welcome to join us from 3:30-6:00 for literarily-inspired games and food. Everyone who comes can vote in our Edible Book competition! All members of the community are also invited to donate non-perishable foods to the We […]

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Non-Perishable Food Drive by WWS Club-Part of the Edible Book Festival

Non-Perishable Food Drive by WWS Club-Part of the Edible Book Festival

13 March 2015

Do you remember the Edible Books Festival that the library hosted last year? Well now it’s back, in all of its glory, but with an awesome, community action themed addition! The We Won’t Stop Club, working in collaboration with the library, is hosting a book themed food drive, with proceeds going to the Ecumenical Hunger […]

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Upcoming Bay Area Literary Events

Upcoming Bay Area Literary Events

24 February 2015

Springtime means the flowers are blooming, the leaves are reappearing on the trees, and new books are coming out! Check out some of these great authors making appearances near you. February 28, 7pm, @ Kepler’s Are you a fan of thrilling, spine-tingling stories? Meet authors C.J. Omololu (Transcendence), Melissa Marr (Wicked Lovely), Kimberly Derting (The […]

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Four to Read More – No Love

Four to Read More – No Love

13 February 2015

And now we present Four to Read More, mini collections of four books that share some common theme, whether it’s the name of a character, a cover design quirk, or something else. Inspired by Kelly Jensen’s “Three on a YA Theme” series at Book Riot (take a look – we’ll wait!), this series will highlight […]

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Star-crossed Books – Happy Valentine’s Day!

Star-crossed Books – Happy Valentine’s Day!

09 February 2015

Do you remember Blind Date With a Book from last year? By popular demand, it’s back again – but with a twist. This time, your secret brown bags continue not one, but two books, linked together by a common theme, historical moment, genre, inspiration, character….who knows? Just like Romeo and Juliet were star-crossed lovers, these […]

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