Dave and Nate discuss the book “The Soul of Baseball: A Journey Through Buck O’Neil’s America” by Joe Posnanski, which has the author traveling the country for a year with this baseball ambassador and icon.
Jeanne Drewes gave her program last Tuesday, and asked us to share her list of websites and handouts. Below are some of the sites she used to gather instructions for different bookbinding styles. Step-by-step instructions go with many of them. Other sites are good resources. Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library Celebrates Preservation Week April [...]
Jeanne Drewes, the Chief of the Binding and Collections Care Division and Program Manager of the Mass Deacidification Preservation Directorate at the Library of Congress will lead a workshop on caring for your collection Thursday, April 28 from 6 – 8:30 pm in the Marvin Auditorium, 101B. Along with other archivists and preservationists, Jeanne will show you what [...]
Arlen Wagner has a gift or a curse because he can tell if someone is going to die soon.
“The vast majority of the world’s books, music, films, television and art, you will never see. It’s just numbers.”
It hasn’t been quite a year since Latisha was murdered, but former detective Ash Levine still hasn’t returned to the force. He carries the guilt of her death…
Welcome to the world of Ted Dekker, who exposes evil in all it’s gruesomeness, but also shows the power of God’s light that overcomes evil’s darkness. In Adam that evil comes in the form of “Eve”–a serial killer hunted by Daniel Clark.
The tranquility of a country manor is shattered when a man is found murdered. It’s 1780 and Harriet Westerman, the mistress of the estate, decides to consult the reclusive Gabriel Crowther…
The name Richard Matheson may not be readily familiar to most people, but his work certainly is. For the last fifty years or so, his work has entered bedrock status in popular culture, especially current science-fiction/fantasy/horror.
Click here for reading recommendations from your library. Amazing stories await you. Check out one of these books – most appropriate for children ages birth to 10 years.