Book Review: The Poetry of Robert Frost This November is the perfect time to curl up with your favorite blanket and enjoy some light reading, as you prepare for the upcoming holiday season. If you’re looking to check out a cozy read, look no further than one of the poetry collections available at your local public library. For poems that explore themes of everyday life, nature, rural living, and more, readers can find new fall favorites in the pages of The Poetry of Robert Frost. One of the many poetry collections available in the Sequoyah Regional Library branches, Frost’s writings emphasize the connection between nature and self-discovery with descriptive language and tone. To find other poetry collections available at your local public library, visit the “Find a Title” page on SequoyahRegionalLibrary.org.If you’re looking for fun fall activities or an inviting atmosphere to help you on your NaNoWriMo journey, look no further than your local public library. NaNoWriMo is a “nonprofit organization that provides tools, structure, community, and encouragement to help people find their voices, achieve creative goals, and build new worlds — on and off the page,” (NaNoWriMo.org). Library cards are always free for those who live in Cherokee, Pickens, and Gilmer counties. Whatever journey you’re taking this November, whether you’re looking for your next read, your next hobby, or your next storytime, Sequoyah Regional Library System is proud to be your dynamic destination for discovery.