Canceling hockey amid a global pandemic was the socially responsible thing to do, I remind myself regularly. In the absence of watching actual games, I've been re-watching some movies with hockey themes. The first one I bring to you is the heartwarming, comedic, and frequently violent, story of Doug Glatt in the movie Goon.
From our librarian Stefanie: Recently I was trying to describe the joy that I felt while reading the sinfully fun novel Crazy Rich Asians by Kevin Kwan to a coworker. It was the most deliciously romantic family gossip trilogy and, with two young children in the house and my daytime work duties, I gobbled them up in a mere 3 weeks! I like to call juicy love stories with a side of wit and elegance like this Clever Candy Lit.
Don Tillman, a professor of genetics, approaches his search for a wife in the same way he approaches everything else in his life—with scientific precision. The survey he’s developed is crafted specifically to weed out what he considers undesirable traits. Why is it then that Rosie, a woman who exhibits every one of those undesirable traits, is the one woman he can’t seem to forget?