Introducing the new HUSH format — a shorter podcast (33:20), but a longer discussion of books and movies. This episode focuses on People in Peril and Kids in Crisis books and movies — have you read any of our recommendations? Plus continue the discussion on the library’s Goodreads group!
Introducing the new HUSH format — a shorter podcast (34:14), but a longer discussion of books and movies. This episode – Time Travel books and movies — what are your favorites? Plus continue the discussion on the library’s Goodreads group!
SPOILER ALERT: A new study shows that readers seem to prefer books when the introduction gives away the ending. What do you think?
When people who love crafts become parents, their priorities and time for hobbies may shift, but crafting with kids is a way to continue to creating together. Find and share ideas of how to continue crafting by including your whole family in the experience.
If you like the dark humor and crime writing of Carl Hiaasen or Elmore Leonard, this new madcap mystery from Eoin Colfer is sure to please!
At the library, find new and recommended books about breastfeeding, non-fiction educational films about nursing a new baby, books for infant health, and information on women’s health before, during and after pregnancy.
HUSH – Listen to a conversational podcast (37:59). Christina Callison book talks some historical non-fiction, Mary Campbell discusses the popular Friends of the Library Booksales and Booktique and Nate Hohl promotes Sports Trivia and Fantasy Football programs.Plus, Lissa and Thad announce exciting changes coming to HUSH. Subscribe to HUSH via iTunes.
The monster that held Schuyler in its claws was a terrible, rare disorder which left an adorable, happy little girl unable to speak. Read this remarkable memoir from Schuyler’s father about her parents’ determination to give her the tools she needed to succeed.
A retired British Major and a Pakistani shopkeeper are brought together by chance, but the circumstances of their friendship cause trouble in villiage society. If you like British fiction and a nice gentle romance plot, this book is for you!
The 2011 Kansas Notable Book List includes a wide range of fiction, nonfiction, adult and children’s books. The list features the best books published in 2010 by Kansas authors or Kansas stories. The list is a project of the Kansas Center for the Book (KCFB) at the State Library of Kansas.
HUSH – Listen to a conversational podcast (1:04:05). Becky Hinton joins Lissa and Thad to talk about Computer Training Classes. Megan Johnson explains the role of Red Carpet at the library, and Gary K. Clarke shares his love of African safaris. Plus subscribe to HUSH via iTunes.
HUSH – Listen to a conversational podcast (52:47) with Lissa Staley and Thad Hartman. Julie Nelson returns to to talk about true crime books. Daniel Fogt shares reading and viewing tips to get ready for the upcoming summer blockbuster movies. Carrie Cumming promotes the movie series at the library. Plus, subscribe to HUSH via iTunes.