Category Archives: From The Great Lakes Literary Farts Center Library

Spring Into Literocity!

There were times when young Dr, Ferrel doubted not only his skill but also his God.

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Literocity: For the Literate Only

It’s not a pretty novel. It deals in ruined lives, broken families and the shaded minds who value the almighty buck far more than even the slimmest moral value. But more than that, it is a novel of social significance … Continue reading

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Literocity Resumes With Another Staff Pick

Shut up! she blazed. You were always as twisted as you could be. It was born in you like it was born in me. I don’t know where you got this normalcy thing. this is a BEACON BOOK Copyright 1951

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At Last! The Return of Literocity!

Much has been written about the rebellious new generation in suburbia — about its corruption of conscience, its wild pursuit of “kicks,” its abandonment of traditional moral codes. …REQUIRED READING FOR ALL WHO ARE DISTURBED BY THE SPREAD OF MORAL LAXITY … Continue reading

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Now They Tell Me!

You can say “no” to friends who offer you crack or other drugs. Drugs and Your Friends by Sue Hurwitz and Nancy Shniderman Revised Edition 1995

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Operation Starvation (Killmaster) (Award Books #A197F)

1968

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Staff Recommendation From The Superior Center For Literocity

My favorite book of 1965. Trainer is master storyteller and so graceful in showing us the depths of sin, the pain caused by hot-eyed hell cats, the grip of their elders who should just let go. We see generation after … Continue reading

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This Month’s Selection for The Literocity Feminist Book Club

We strive to foster a fun, thoughtful, and safe environment in which to discuss current issues surrounding feminism and equality.

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Recent Staff Favorites from the Superior Center for Literocity

  This luminous novel takes us inside the complex lives and loves of the owners and captives of an alien spacecraft. It is rich with detail, humor, and, most importantly, wisdom about both human AND alien nature—how impossible it is … Continue reading

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Recent Staff Favorites from the Superior Center for Literocity

This book has rendered me almost speechless. I immediately fell into the story; the writing is electric and thirst-quenching, and the narrative itself pulls you along with it until you are no longer able to differentiate your own thoughts from … Continue reading

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