Pack a book and discover the world as we travel near and far at the library this summer! From June 22 to August 17, register at any London Public Library location for our Go! TD Summer Reading Club!
Craig Stanford brings his field research together in Planet Without Apes where he forces you to consider whether we can live with the extinction of the great apes - chimpanzees, bonobos, gorillas and orangutans.
He may not like the its justice system, but Conrad Black still gives high marks to America. Already a biographer of U.S. presidents, Black has written a new book in praise of the USA, itself.
Eleanor Kuhn's award winning novel A Simple Murder takes the reader into the heart of a secluded religious sect - the Shakers - where tangled family connections weave a web of dark secrets and murder. Like any good crime novel the plot is never simple and Kuhn's novel ho
Amy Stewart's The Drunken Botanist is a New York Times bestseller. It is a great mix of biology, chemistry, etymology and mixology including excellent drink recipes and the history of the ingredients.
In Manifest Injustice, a remarkable legal page-turner, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Barry Siegel recounts the dramatic, decades-long saga of Bill Macumber, imprisoned for thirty-eight years for a double homicide. With more twists and turns than any Hollywood movie or
An early pioneer lawyer, judge and politician of London, Ontario, John Wilson was born in Scotland, February 5, 1807, coming first to
Photographic manipulation is a familiar practice in the digital era. What may surprise you to learn is that almost every type of manipulation we associate with Adobe Photoshop was also common in the predigital age.