Find out what cookbooks you need to check out from the Cooking Neighborhood at your library! This month you can read my reviews on Joy the Baker and Dorie Greenspan.
Earlier this month I had at least 5 brand new cookbooks arrive within a few days and I intended to try at least one recipe from each throughout one or two weeks. Instead, I ended up cooking from only one over a two week period. I have been following The Kitchn, a website dedicated to recipes, […]
Deb recently read a couple of books that she suggests to readers who like to experience history while reading about people who are on a journey of faith. Her Mother’s Hope by Francine Rivers Rivers is a favorite author of mine and she does not disappoint with this tale about a woman named Marta who […]
A review of Behind the Beautiful Forevers: Life, Death, and Hope in a Mumbai Undercity by Katherine Boo I would have sworn I was listening to a novel as I followed the saga of Abdul, a “trash-picker”, and his neighbors–all of whom live in Annawadi, a slum that sits right next to the airport in Mumbai, […]
The library’s “secret” books, you won’t want to pass up these titles. From historical to suspense, even romantic, you’ll die to know what secret will be revealed next.
Trying a new author is like a first date. There’s some risk involved. We recommend these authors with the faith that you’ll find their stories well-written and interesting. Select from the list and take home something new to enjoy tonight.