Eat, pray, love: one woman's search for everything across Italy, India and Indonesia by Elizabeth Gilbert
In a sunburned country by Bill Bryson
Wild Africa by Alex Bernasconi
Planet Arctic: life at the top of the world by Wayne Lynch
Every dog has a gift: true stories of dogs who bring hope & healing into our lives by Rachel McPherson ; with Deborah Mitchell
Agent Zigzag: a true story of Nazi espionage, love, and betrayal by Ben MacIntyre — A charming British thief and con man becomes a spy during World War II – and turns double agent
Organic gardening by Geoff Hamilton — Gardening using organic principles has really gained in popularity over the past few years. Making the choice to limit the use of chemicals gives the gardener some control over what ends up in their produce. Gardening organically doesn't mean giving up on all fertilizers, though! There are a host of natural soil amendments that can help your plants flourish. This book goes over all this and much more, focusing primarily on vegetables but also covering fruits, herbs, and ornamentals.
Dave Richards, a library assistant and a freelance writer for the Eisner Award winning website, Comic Book Resources, moderates. Dave has completed an unpublished science fiction mystery novel and is currently writing a horror novel.
The Ultimate Candy Book: More than 700 Quick and Easy, Soft and Chewy, Hard and Crunchy Sweets and Treats by Bruce Weinstein — Celebrate National Fudge Day on June 16 and try one of the 700 recipes in Bruce Weinstein's cookbook. The story is in 1866 a female student at Vassar College adapted the English recipe, added chocolate, and began selling fudge for 40 cents a pound at Baltimore, MD confectioneries.
…and like strong characters, light romance, and prefer audio format, try these:
The mountain between us by Charles Martin
Shoot the moon by Billie Letts
Miss Julia speaks her mind: a novel by Ann B. Ross
Two more options that are available in print:
Big Stone Gap: a novel by Adriana Trigiani
Nothing beats having a good bone-chilling, spine-tingling audiobook to listen to while you bask in the sun! If the warm temperature lulls you to sleep, the suspense of the book will keep you on edge!
The snowman by Jo Nesbø; translated by Don Bartlett
Last snow by Eric Van Lustbader
Before the frost by Henning Mankell; translated by Ebba Segerberg
Terminal freeze by Lincoln Child
Gardening step by step by Phil Clayton, Jenny Hendy, Colin Crosbie, Jo Whittingham — This book runs the gamut of things you might want to know how to do in your garden. From designing to planting to maintenance, it's all included here. The section on pruning is extensive and includes color photographs showing just how to go about it for various type of plants. Both beginning gardeners and those with more experience will certainly find something of interest here.
Looking for the latest groundbreaking books providing a new take on some of cosmology's most profound questions? If you want to tour some of the strange and wonderful universes that modern physics posits that just might-be out there, turn to our latest collection of titles.
Cycles of time: an extraordinary new view of the universe by Roger Penrose
The book of universes: exploring the limits of the cosmos by John D. Barrow
The grand design by Stephen Hawking and Leonard Mlodinow
Note: This event has been canceled.Do you make Grandma's pierogi recipe or Aunt Maria's spaghetti sauce? Cook up your cultural specialties and enter our international cooking contest. Bring your dish and 10 copies of the recipe to share. Prizes will be awarded based on the audience's preferences. Also watch an Indian cooking demonstration and tasting. Join us on August 9 at 7:00PM in the Community Room. No registration required.