Anna Fox

Anna Fox's picture
Reading Interests: 
Young Adult, Fantasy, Steampunk, Historical Fiction
What I'm Reading Now: 
A Court of Wings and Ruin by Sarah J. Maas

Blogs by this Author

Heart in a book
August 9th is Book Lovers Day, a day for all the bibliophiles to celebrate the wonderful stories we love. Looking for a new book to help you read the day away? Our extensive eBook and eAudiobook collection has got you covered, and we've also got plenty of ways to find book recommendations, and a few personal favorites to share. Let us help you find a book and then sit back, relax, and read!Read more...
Garlic bulbs
The annual Gilroy Garlic Festival is almost here! Taking place July 28, 29, and 30 at Christmas Hill Park in Gilroy, this fun and food-filled local festival has continued to grow since it was founded in 1979. If you can't make it to the festival or just can't wait to celebrate the wonder that is garlic, have no fear. We have plenty of excellent eBooks and eResources where you can learn more about to grow and use garlic or find a great garlic-filled recipe to try.Read more...
Canon camera
Camera Day is Thursday, June 29. If you have an interest in cameras or photography, we have plenty of eResources to help you out, whether you're looking for photography tips, researching the perfect camera to buy, need to learn how to use your camera, or looking to learn how to improve your photos with post-processing.Read more...
Yosemite Valley
Saturday, April 22, is Earth Day and this year's theme is Environmental and Climate Literacy. We have several excellent eBooks and eResources to help you learn more about climate literacy, the environment, and what you can do to help.Read more...
A spread of delicious traditional pies and whoopie pies with a surround a pecan pie with the pi symbol in the center.
Learn about the number pi and find recipes for pie in celebration of National Pi Day, 3.14. We have lots of eBooks and eResources for you to use on this most delicious and mathematical day.Read more...
tea cup
Source: Stereometric I love drinking tea year-round, but winter is definitely my favorite time to enjoy a hot cup of tea while curled up with a good book. I also love attending afternoon tea or throwing a tea party with family or friends. Luckily San José Public Library has plenty of eBooks and resources if you're looking to learn more about the history of tea and how to best prepare the perfect cup, or if you're planning to throw a tea party and need tips and recipes. All you need to access these resources from home is your library card...Read more...
Source: aitoff I love the month of December... the holidays are right around the corner and there's so much to enjoy: spending time with family, the colder weather, the smell of delicious goodies baking, and knowing that a new episode of one of my favorite TV shows is coming soon: the Doctor Who Christmas special! If you're looking to learn more about the series, refresh your memory on past episodes, read a critique of the show, enjoy a Doctor Who story, or listen to the excellent score music, look no further. We have plenty of eBooks and eMedia to keep...Read more...
Blue locked locks and one red unlocked lock
Computer Security Day is November 30. Have you updated your passwords recently? Discover more ways to secure your computer, online accounts, and personal data.Read more...
Smiling dog
This Friday, August 26 is a day devoted to appreciating our wonderful four-legged companions. The mission of National Dog Day is to encourage adoption, rescue, and to appreciate all the assistance, love, and joy that all dogs, mixed breed and pure, bring into our lives. So in appreciation of all the fantastic dogs out there, here's a look at the variety of online resources that the library has to offer, all free with your library card . Books and Audio Looking for a book that might give you insight into dogs or interesting stories about dogs? We've got you covered...Read more...
Apollo 11 emblem
Tomorrow, July 20, is the 47th anniversary of Apollo 11's moon landing, when Neil Armstrong uttered those now famous words "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind." I've always been fascinated by NASA's early space program that aimed to fulfill President John F. Kennedy's goal of "landing a man on the Moon and returning him safely to the Earth" by the end of the 1960s. If you've always wanted to learn more about this fascinating time in US history, we've got you covered with plenty of eBooks and online resources available. One Giant Leap You can...Read more...