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.
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.
Ok, I prefer to call them walking shoes, but you know what I mean. ‘Tis the season to tie those tennis shoes on (or even buy a fresh new pair) and get stepping. Not sure where to start? Read on to kick-start your personal running and walking goals.
“Join the Navy and See the World” was one of the benefits of joining the United States Navy, but as the young sailors clinging to sodden mattresses watched their submarine the USS Grenadier slip to the bottom of the ocean floor they had no idea what kind of world they were about to encounter.
HUSH – Listen to a conversational podcast (45:00) from Thad and Lissa about great Sports Non-Fiction books, Book Group in a Bag, and Trivia Night. Plus, subscribe to HUSH via iTunes.
There’s a sewing machine hiding in most of our homes, and perhaps it hasn’t been pulled out of the sewing cabinet or the closet for a long time, but I think it’s worth another look. The budding fashionista, the home decorator, and new (or experienced) quilters can all find inspiration here at the library.
Cook This Not That Kitchen Survival Guide I’ve always enjoyed the Eat This Not That series of books by David Zinczenko & Matt Goulding. They are small, attractive, and easy to use food comparison books. One of the newest offerings is Cook This, Not That Kitchen Survival Guide. I was immediately surprised by the Who […]
Catch the camera bug and dig out your digital (or film) camera this Spring! Find resources at the library to maximize your photo’s potential.