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In the Stacks

Lewistown Public Library
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A podcast about the wide and wild world of libraries. Brought to you by the Lewistown Public Library in Lewistown, Montana.

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Latest Episodes

For our last episode of 2021, we bring you the LPL staff's books of the year. Brittney say down with each of the Lewistown Library librarians to discuss the one (or maybe two) best books that they read in 2021 that stood out the most for them.  more

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While the consumption of the stories of real crimes as a form of entertainment is not new, the internet age and the proliferation of podcasts have made these stories especially accessible. Just like any media explosion, there are pros and cons and pl... more

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2 months ago

As we welcome back students and families into a fully open library, we also welcome our new director, Alissa Wolenetz. Brittney and Alissa and have a conversation about Alissa's background growing up in Ekalaka, Montana and teaching in Japan, how she... more

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