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Chow Down at Chez CPL

Have you been here for a bit and find yourself getting hungry?
Come to Chez CPL located treeat the Tree in the Children's Department and enjoy a real or pretend snack. We'll have fake food available for your pretend picnic, or bring a snack and book of your own to enjoy under the leafy green tree. Be sure to hop online and claim your Chow Down On the Scene Badge while you are here! Enjoy!

Travel ebooks

Best places to stay in Mexico [electronic resource] by Bill Jamison and Cheryl Alters Jamison

Adventure guide to Jamaica [electronic resource] by Paris Permenter & John Bigley

England [electronic resource] by Lonely Planet

Frommer's China [electronic resource] by Simon Foster, Candice Lee, Jen Lin-Liu, Beth Reiber, Tini Tran, Lee Wing-sze, Christopher D. Winnan

Paris, Paris [electronic resource]: journey into the City of Light by David Downie

Last train to Zona Verde [electronic resource]: my ultimate African safari by Paul Theroux

Books on Michigan Birds for Adults

Northern flights: tracking the birds and birders of Michigan's Upper Peninsula by Sheryl De Vore ; illustrations by Denis Kania ; with a foreword by Eldon Greij

The birds of Washtenaw County, Michigan by Michael A. Kielb, John M. Swales, Richard A. Wolinski

Midwestern birds: backyard guide: watching - feeding - landscaping - nurturing by Bill Thompson III

Birds of Michigan: field guide and audio CD set by Stan Tekiela

Field guide to birds Michigan by [edited by] Jon L. Dunn and Jonathan Alderfer

Books Made Into Movies

The Da Vinci code: a novel by Dan Brown

The Devil wears Prada by Lauren Weisberger

Seabiscuit: an American legend by Laura Hillenbrand

Nights in Rodanthe by Nicholas Sparks

The notebook by Nicholas Sparks

The pursuit of happyness by Chris Gardner with Quincy Troupe

The help by Kathryn Stockett

Curtains Up Movie Ballots

What movies do you like to watch when you beat the heat? Vote for your favorite films, and we’ll tally the votes to determine what to show on our Movie Madness Day, Monday 8-26-2015. Don’t forget to claim your Curtains Up badge online!


Discover Shakespeare

As you like it by William Shakespeare ; edited by Barbara A. Mowat and Paul Werstine

Cymbeline by William Shakespeare; edited by Robert B. Heilman

Hamlet by edited and rendered into modern English by Alan Durband

Henry VI, part one ; Henry VI, part two ; Henry VI, part three by William Shakespeare

Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare

King Henry VIII by William Shakespeare ; edited by R.A. Foakes

Bubble Man Ron Loyd

Bubbleologist Ron Loyd has been presenting bubble programs for over 25 years to audiences from preschoolers to septuagenarians!  He makes big bubbles and little bubbles, bubbles IN bubbles and beyond.  Join us in welcoming this bubble professional on Thursday, July 30 from 10:00-11:00AM.

Video Game Themed Movies and TV Shows

The last starfighter [videodisc] by Universal

Level up [videodisc] by produced by Gideon Amir ; written by David Schneider, Derek Guiley ; directed by Peter Lauer

Pac-man and the ghostly adventures [videodisc]: let the games begin! directed by Moto Sakakibara [videodisc] by produced by Gauri Khan ; story and direction by Anubhav Sinha

Spy kids 3: [videodisc] game over by Dimension Films ; Los Hooligans Productions ; Troublemaker Studios

Sword art online. Vol. 1 [videodisc]: Aincrad arc, part 1 by director, Tomohiko Ito

Sword art online. Vol. 2 [videodisc]: Aincrad arc, part 2 by director, Tomohiko Ito

ebooks Film History

Discover Space

The space book: from the beginning to the end of time, 250 milestones in the history of space & astronomy by Jim Bell

New frontiers of space by Jeffrey Kluger, Michael D. Lemonick and Time contributors

Space exploration: triumphs and tragedies by Kim Masters Evans

Space atlas: mapping the universe and beyond by James Trefil ; foreword by Buzz Aldrin

Smithsonian atlas of space exploration by Roger D. Launius & Andrew K. Johnston

The next space age by edited by Christopher Mari

Folk Songs, Love Songs and Lullabies from Around the World

Listen to CPL librarian Tara Scott sing a variety of songs from the U.S.A., Italy, Germany and the British Isles on Saturday, August 8 at 3:00 pm. During her free time Tara sings soprano with the Plymouth Oratorio Society as both a choir member and soloist, and enjoys taking private voice lessons. Today's piano accompaniment will be performed by Haehyun Park. No Registration required. All ages are welcome.

Classic Actor Biographies

Romance eBooks

Computer Help

Chow Down Recipe Cards

Do you have a favorite recipe? Share it with us, or tell us where to find it. Need inspiration? Look under 641 in the non-fiction area of the library. Don’t forget to claim your Chow Down badge online!

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