Haunting memoir The Undertaker’s Daughter gives a whole new meaning to “upstairs, downstairs.”
Jesse Schenker is a rising star in the culinary world with two restaurants, Recette and The Gander. He is a James Beard semifinalist and has received wonderful reviews and has made numerous top lists both as a chef and for his restaurants. His life wasn’t…
Love, comfort, joy — and 268 pounds.
If you consider yourself a traveler, not a tourist or if you travel for the experience of traveling, you’re sure to enjoy these three memoirs by like-minded writers. Tales of backpacking in the Australian outback, hiking along the Brittany coast, riding a ferris wheel in the Paris rain….and more.
When he was eight years old Eric Poole hit upon the perfect antidote to his childhood woes: magic. With an old chenille bedspread as a cape, some complicated hand maneuvers borrowed from Endora of Bewitched, and a hefty dose of magical thinking – poof! ¬¬his troubles would be gone. From a crazy, ranting, obsessive-compulsive cleaning […]
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.