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- Gurū Gobinda Siṅgha: ikka wilakkhaṇa saḵẖashīata by Ishara Siṅgha
- Tumarī kathā kahī na jāi by Dalīpa Kaura Ṭiwāṇā
- Āzāda yodhā: itihāsaka dasatāwejī nāwala by Ajīta Rāhī
- Bhīmā: nāwala by Rāma Sarūpa Aṇakhī
- Zindagī dūra nahīṃ: kahāṇīāṃ by Jasawanta Siṅgha Kam˘wala
- Naitika kadarāṃ kīmatāṃ: sucajjī zindagī jiūṇa dī kalā by Guracarana Siṅgha
These just in:
How to crash a killer bash by Penny Warner
Dream queen by Betsy Thornton
Betrayers by Bill Pronzini
Night of the living deed by E. J. Copperman
The Gossler guide to the best hardy shrubs : more than 350 expert choices for your garden by Roger, Eric, and Marjory Gossler ; foreword by John E. Elsley
Shrubs are one of the easiest additions you can make to your landscape and this guide offers a wealth of choices to fit just about any environment. Many shrubs require little to no maintenance and for those whose thumbs are less than green, this book even includes a chapter entitled, "How Not to Kill Your Plants." Filled with beautiful, full-color photographs, you can see the look of these shrubs and in many cases, how they can be used for lovely effect within a landscape.
Date: August 19, 2010
Time: Noon to 1:00PM
Location: Internet Lab
- Call to Order
- Call to Audience
- Approval of Agenda
- Approval of Minutes
- Report of the Library Director
- Old Business
- Discussion of 2011 Draft Budget & 3-year budget projections (item of discussion)
- New Business
- Call to Audience
All are welcome!
Program Date: Saturday, August 14, Noon-3:00PM
Check it out today. And if you have the choice of steak or fish, spring for the lasagna.
- Matthe madilige matthu prayaschittha by Usha Navarathna Ram
- Bramhachari by M.K. Indira
- Naatyarani Shanthala by M.N. Murthy
This guide will be useful for both beginning and experienced gardeners. It has an introductory section on starting your garden, and then concise, detailed information about the most commonly grown vegetables, herbs, fruits, and seeds found in Midwestern gardens. You should also check out Vanderlinden's blog In the Garden Online, or any of her extremely useful articles at organicgardening.about.com. She's a Michigan gardener with lots of great insights and a terrific sense of humor.