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Newly Updated: The Recommended Reading List!

Newly Updated: The Recommended Reading List!

Casti Library’s Recommended Reading List has been updated for 2018! These books have been handpicked by your librarians as truly excellent reads. We have a mix of genres, and many of the books are available on our digital library as ebooks or audiobooks. If you want more personalized recommendations, come on in and talk to […]

The Joy of Ebooks

The Joy of Ebooks

Summer’s approaching, classes and final projects are wrapping up. We know that you’re worried how you’ll survive without the library this summer. But never fear! We have a huge ebook library online just waiting for you. You can access it online anywhere: at home, at camp, in the car. Ebooks are super easy to pack; […]

May Literary and Author Events

May Literary and Author Events

Adrienne Young and her new book Sky In the Deep, with Traci Chee, author of The Reader series Wednesday, May 2, 7:00pm – 9:00pm Kepler’s Books 1010 El Camino Real, Menlo Park More information here   George O’Connor with volume 10 of his Olympians graphic novel series, Hermes: Tales of the Trickster Tuesday, May 8, 6:00pm […]

Middle School Book Review Blog

Middle School Book Review Blog

The Middle School’s book review elective has started a book review blog! Called To Read or Not to Read, the blog features reviews of books from different genres, written by the members of the elective. Check it out!

The Fifth Annual Edible Book Festival!

The Fifth Annual Edible Book Festival!

13 March 2018

Join the library on Monday, March 26th from 3:30 to 6:00pm to celebrate the 5th Annual Edible Book Festival! All Casti community members are welcome to attend, submit an entry, and vote. This year we’ll also have a scavenger hunt, a food trivia contest, puzzles, boardgames, and a raffle with an AMAZING prize The rules: […]

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Spring Sequels

Spring Sequels

05 March 2018

Here’s a round up of what’s come out recently, or will be coming out soon! Come talk to a librarian if you want to put any of these on hold. Happy reading! New Sequels Thunderhead by Neal Stephenson Sequel to Scythe The Girl in the Tower by Katherine Arden Sequel to The Bear and the […]

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Keshav Dhir, Literary Entrepreneur and Gunn Student

Keshav Dhir, Literary Entrepreneur and Gunn Student

27 February 2018

TA Sophia N. ’19 spoke with Keshav Dhir, a Gunn student who founded an online literary journal for teens. Keshav Dhir, a freshman at Gunn, is no ordinary high school student. At the age of 15, he created a free online literary journal to give middle and high school students a platform to share their […]

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March Bay Area Author and Literary Events

March Bay Area Author and Literary Events

26 February 2018

Tomi Adeyemi, author of Children of Blood and Bone in conversation with with Sabaa Tahir, author of An Ember in the Ashes Sunday, March 4, 2018, 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM Kepler’s Books 1010 El Camino Real, Menlo Park RSVP Here   Michio Kaku, theoretical physicist and cofounder of string field theory, speaks about what’s […]

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Books on Break? We’ve Got You Covered!

Books on Break? We’ve Got You Covered!

14 February 2018

Stop by the library for books before you head out on February break! We have two amazing displays up, Judge a Book By Its First Line, and OMG ROMANCE.               Or, if those don’t appeal, check out our Pinterest page for recommendations, and come talk to a librarian for […]

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New Periodical Alert: frankie Magazine!

New Periodical Alert: frankie Magazine!

05 February 2018

Lexi B. ’19, our very own Aussie, takes a look at Australian magazine frankie: frankie magazine could simply be described as Australia’s answer to the Rookie Yearbook, except it’s so much more than that. The trendy magazine consists of “design, art, photography, fashion, travel, music, craft, home, and life,” as proclaimed on the front cover, […]

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