Join Dave and Nate as the discuss the book, “Sum it Up: 1,098 Victories, a Couple of Irrelevant Losses, and a Life in Perspective” by Pat Summitt, the winningest Division I basketball coach in history.
This episode of HUSH, the library’s podcast, has it all. Hand motions. Giggling. Lying. Disagreements. Consensus. Tangents. And we talk about some great memoirs too! Download it now and join in the fun.
If the fourth of July is almost here, Wimbledon must be starting up, and as the third of the tennis grand slams gets under way, now is the time to step up your tennis game as well. Did you know the library has instructional books and DVDs that can help you improve your play on […]
Join Dave and Nate as they discuss the book “When Pride Still Mattered: A Life of Vince Lombardi”, which shares the life and times of the iconic football coach.
Join author Eleanor Liu in the Topeka Room (204) on Sunday, January 22, 2012 from 2-3pm as she talks about her biography, The Red Thread, and her new children’s book Lao Li and His Beancurd which was illustrated by her granddaughter Melisande Liu. The Red Thread recounts events and circumstances that shaped and determined the course […]
The legendary Elizabeth Taylor has died, and Hollywood’s golden era has passed with her. If you’d like to know more about her life as a woman, actress, and star, try the biography “Elizabeth” by J. Randy Taraborrelli.
The son of Jim and Tammy Fay Bakker has a new book out that explores the concept of grace.
It’s a familiar story…the newest, hottest book by your favorite authors are all checked out and there is a long waiting list. Sometimes you might get lucky and find a copy in our bestseller express collection, but if you don’t here are some suggestions from Novelist Plus of similar books that you might enjo
Dave: Today we’re talking about the book, “Einstein: His Life and Universe”, by Walter Isaacson. First of all, one of the reasons this particular biography of Albert Einstein stood out to me was because of the author. I read Isaacson’s biography of Benjamin Franklin and was impressed with his writing style and treatment of history. […]