Baseball’s perfect game is one of the rarest feats in all of sports. Join Nate as he discusses some of the interesting facts and figures associated with Major League Baseball’s perfect games, and shows just how rare, and random, they can be.
Join Dave and Nate as they discuss the book “Longitude: The True Story of a Lone Genius Who Solved the Greatest Scientific Problem of his Time” by Dava Sobel.
Eight state championships, a 79 game winning streak, an .825 winning percentage, and over 300 career wins. Amazingly, these aren’t the most important things Coach Roger Barta has brought to the football program at Smith Center High School. Join Dave and Nate as they look at Joe Drape’s book, “Our Boys”.
Listen to Thad, Lissa and Stephanie banter about recent best books in the HUSH podcast (44:40), Have you read any of our recommendations? What were your best books of 2011? Subscribe on iTunes and continue the discussion on the library’s Goodreads group!
This book is the story of one man who was faced with adversity and came back better than before. It gives insight into the life of a collegiate and professional athlete and the challenges inherent with these positions.
Join Nate and Dave as they discuss Doris Kearns Goodwin’s Pulitzer Prize winning book, “Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln”.
Check out some of the newest sports titles we have added to our collection. From baseball to poker, we have something of interest for fans of just about any sport.
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.
Say “Hello!” to an easy-to-prepare meal that you can make with fresh vegetables and leftovers you might have. Go local and use farm-fresh eggs to make this meal even better.
Dave and Nate talk about the book, “American Creation”, by Joseph Ellis, which discusses the creation of the United States, and puts our Founding Fathers in a very real light by talking about what they achieved, but also what they were unable to achieve.
The most common question I hear when I’m spinning on a drop spindle is “WHY would you spin yarn on something so slow and small when you could just go buy yarn?” It’s a legitimate question and spinning in this way isn’t for everyone, but here’s my answer.