Science Fiction

6 Word Science Fiction Stories

HubbleAccording to legend, Ernest Hemingway was once asked to write a story in six words.  He came up with “For sale: baby shoes, never worn.”.  Those 6 words sparked an interest in stories that have few words, but can challenge the imagination.

 

 

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Science Fiction Book Club

Do you consider yourself a science fiction aficionado?  Would you like to discuss some of your favorite titles with fellow sci-fi readers?  Northwest is looking to start up a sci-fi book club but we desperately need active participants.  If you are interested or know someone who might be, please let us know.  As always, if you have any comments or suggestions, feel free to share them with us.  We hope to see you in the not-too-distant future!
 

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Word up “Sci Fi”

Science fiction is the word around Northwest Library. Are you a science fiction fan? Have you ever read it before?
Do you read it sometimes? Well, we have a place for you. Northwest Library is starting a new book club. Would you believe a “Sci Fi” book club? We are looking for people like you with the same passion for science fiction. If you are interested, all you need to do is come by the library and sign up. Please don’t be shy; your response is well needed.

Here are a couple of titles you might like:

The Android's dream by J...

March Top Picks @ Freeman: Science Fiction & Fantasy

Hey Science Fiction & Fantasy fans - these are the top three check outs for March of 2012:

        

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Science Fiction Reads for Tweens

AlienWelcome to another installment of Tween Reads!  This week the focus will be on historical fiction, but keep your eyes peeled for other genres as the weeks go by.  This list isn’t meant to be exhaustive, but to give tweens and parents some initial guidance as they make their way over to the young adult shelves.  And some of these are titles that are new to the Children’s shelves or might have flown under the radar.  What are your favorite tween science fiction reads?

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