Adult Services Blog

  • Funny Ladies

    If you need a good laugh, check out these books from some of America's funniest females.

  • New DVDs for Hunger Games Fans

    Have you seen The Hunger Games movie? Needs something new to watch? Try these new DVDs:

    In Time

    In Time

  • March Madness

    With the Final Four set, either your brackets are busted and you don't care anymore or you've still got a dog in the hunt and you can't wait 'til Saturday. Or, possibly, you couldn't care less about basketball.  But maybe you like movies, right? So how about a movie about basketball? Warning: some of these movies are only vaguely about the actual game of basketball.

  • Around the world

    Do you enjoy reading novels about different cultures?  With these novels, you can learn about different ways of life without leaving your living room.

  • Library Materials for Hunger Games Fans

    Are you a fan of The Hunger Games? Cannot wait until the  movie comes out this Friday? Here are some other library materials for you.



  • Have you discovered Tana French?

    Irish mystery writer Tana French garnered uncommonly good reviews and widespread critical praise with her debut, and has continued to impress critics and popular readers with each new book about the fictitious Dublin Murder Squad. In her finely-plotted police procedurals, mysteries don't always get solved, criminals don't always get punished, and the guy doesn't always win the girl.

  • LIBRARY MOVIE - Sat Mar. 24 @ 2 PM

    See the 2011, PG-13 rated, comedy movie starring Ben Stiller, Eddie Murphy and Alan Alda on Saturday, March 24 at 2 P.M.

    After the workers at a luxury Central Park condominium discover the penthouse billionaire has stolen their retirement, they plot the ultimate revenge: a heist to reclaim what he took from them. Walk-Ins are welcome!  Image source: -MA

    The program is FREE and open to the public. See Adult Services to sign up or call 630-260-1550 for any questions or register online at


  • Thrillers by Robert Harris

    Robert Harris was originally known for his historical fiction.  Many of us remember reading Pompeii and his two ancient Rome novels, Imperium and Conspirita.  He has recently started writing page turning thrillers that suspense readers really shouldn't miss.  The Ghost became the movie Ghost Writer and Harris is currently writing the screen play for his newest thriller, The Fear Index.