Ashley has worked for Ascension Parish Library for over five years, first at the information desk at our Dutchtown location and now for the Youth Services department planning teen and tween programs. She also curates lists for the Shelf Analysis blog. Ashley loves pretty much all genres of books, but the two she reads from most often are historical fiction and mystery. She is a firm believer in rereading favorites, so all books on this list have been read, or listened to, more than once.
Jessica has more than two decades of experience at the Ascension Parish Library in Gonzales. You can find Jessica at the reference desk, or in the tech room, or in book club. Her list of faves reflects her eclectic sense of wonder about the world and what the library has to offer. Bookmark it.
Samantha is a part of the Galvez branch library staff and curates lists for the Shelf Analysis blog. Ever since her mom read Mother Goose and Little Golden Books to her as a little girl, she has loved books. She relishes getting lost in riveting stories, especially fantasy worlds. Her tastes span various genres beyond fantasy, though, including historical fiction, classics and more. Found here is a selection of her favorite books from high school to the present.
Kristine Price is a library staff member at the Donaldsonville Branch and a list curator for Shelf Analysis. Some of Kristine's favorite books are cozy mysteries and WWII fiction and nonfiction; however, she enjoys a wide variety of genres. These are some of her favorite books that she's read over the years.