Seniors

Paleo Diet

One of the hottest new trends in diets and cooking is the Paleo Diet. Popularly known as the 'caveman diet' it focuses mainly on fish, grass-fed pasture raised meats, eggs, vegetables, fruit, fungi, roots, and nuts, and excludes grains, legumes, dairy products, potatoes, refined salt, refined sugar, and processed oils.

Paleo cookbook for dummies by Dr. Kellyann Petrucci

Paleo fitness: primal training and nutrition to get lean, strong and healthy by Darryl Edwards with Brett Stewart and Jason Warner

Quick & easy paleo comfort foods: 150 delicious gluten- free recipes by Julie and Charles Mayfield ; foreword by New York Times bestselling author Robb Wolf ; photography by Mark Adams

Living paleo for dummies by Melissa Joulwan and Kellyann Petrucci

The New Health Care Law: What It Means to You

This presentation is an explanation of Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and how it will affect consumers and senior health coverage today and in the future. A representative from the State of Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services with share information about the Health Insurance Marketplace. We know you have questions... come hear the answers on Wednesday, October 9 at 7:00 PM. Please register for this program.

What We're Reading - September, 2013

Advanced Sudoku Workshop

Dave Pandit is back to show us some advanced Sudoku techniques. You can take the most difficult Sudoku puzzles and solve them with ease to the delight of your family and friends. The author of Sudoku Puzzles Guru, Mr. Pandit will show us some unique puzzles and solving techniques. Please join us on October 15 at 7:00 PM for puzzle-solving challenges and fun. Mr. Pandit's book will be available for purchase at this program.

Look What's In Large Print - September, 2013

September and it's back to school. Maybe time to re-read a classic. A book read at seventeen isn't the same book read decades later...


The Europeans [Large print]: a sketch
by Henry James


The End of the Affair [large print]
by Graham Greene


Wuthering Heights [Large print]
by Emily Brontë


Pride and Prejudice [large print]
by Jane Austen


Lord Jim [Large print]
by Joseph Conrad ; edited by Cedric Watts and Robert Hampson

(All images: eLibrary. Web. 29 Aug. 2013.)

Teachers in the Movies

Just in time for back to school!

Freedom writers [videodisc] by Paramount Pictures ; Double Feature Films ; MTV Films ; Jersey Films ; Kernos Filmproduktiosgesellschaft & Company

Goodbye, Mr. Chips [videodisc] by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures

The great debaters [videodisc] by The Weinstein Company presents a Harpo Films production

A lesson before dying [videodisc] by Spanky Pictures production in association with Ellen M. Krass Productions

Like stars on Earth [videodisc] by Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment presents a PVR Pictures and a Aamir Khan Productions film

Time was...Time is... - September 2013

Watch history in the making...

10 buildings that changed America by Window to the World Communications ; produced and written by Dan Protess

History of the Eagles [videodisc]: the story of an American band by Monhegan Films ; director, Alison Ellwood ; producer, Alex Gibney

History of the world in two hours [videodisc] by produced by Sam Dolan ; directed by Douglas J. Cohen

Country school [videodisc]: one room - one nation by produced, written, and directed by Kelly Rundle

Genius of Britain [videodisc]: the scientists who changed the world by an IWC Media production for Channel 4

Murder Will Out September, 2013

Lynn Raimondo and Seth Harwood make their Mystery Debut this month.

A fete worse than death by Claudia Bishop

Bad Little Falls by Paul Doiron

Dante's wood: a Mark Angelotti novel by Lynne Raimondo

Gun machine by Warren Ellis

In broad daylight: a Jess Harding novel by Seth Harwood

2013 Michigan Author Award

The Michigan Library Association will present Laura Kasischke with the 2013 Michigan Author Award during their Annual Conference in Lansing on October 18, 2013. Kasischke has published eight novels, authored eight books of poetry and received the National Book Critics Circle Award for Poetry in 2012. Her most recent book is a compilation of short stories entitled If a stranger approaches you.

Kasischke grew up in Grand Rapids, currently resides in Chelsea and is an Allan Seager Collegiate Professor of English Language & Literature at the University of Michigan. Throughout her diverse body of work, Kasischke ties her characters to the state of Michigan.

School Days

Now that school has begun for another year, this would be a good time to learn about some extraordinary teachers both past and present:

A schoolteacher in old Alaska: the story of Hannah Breece by edited and with an introduction and commentary by Jane Jacobs

Nothing daunted: the unexpected education of two society girls in the West by Dorothy Wickenden

The water is wide by Pat Conroy

Teacher man: a memoir by Frank McCourt

Beyond the miracle worker: the remarkable life of Anne Sullivan Macy and her extraordinary friendship with Helen Keller by Kim E. Nielsen

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