Carnegie Reader of the Week


The Carnegie Public Library Reader of the Week is Susan McPherson, a paraprofessional at Cherry Hill Primary.

What was the last great book you read?

The Hurricane Sisters by Dorthea Benton Frank.

Where do you like to read?

I like to curl up in my bed and read.

What do you like to read to unwind?

I like to read mysteries and books with humor in them.

Where do you look for book recommendations and upcoming releases?

My picks almost always come from the Book Page that the library puts out monthly.

What is your favorite format?

I prefer to read hardback books because it allows me to easily refer back to a page if need be.

For you, reading is…relaxing.

What book changed your life? Why? How?

I don’t know that any one book has changed my life, but one will surely get a different perspective when reading the book The Art of Racing in the Rain by Garth Stein. If you are an animal lover and you haven’t read this book you really should.

What will inspire you to recommend a book?

I will usually recommend a book if it deals with family dynamics or friendships.

What are you reading next?

The next book I will be reading is The Memory House by Linda Goodnight.

Susan McPherson McPherson

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