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Savvy Seniors: June is National Men's Health Month

June is National Men’s Health Month and a time when we remind men about the real life benefits of exercise and physical activity, which can have a positive impact on men’s health and may help manage certain health conditions such as Type 2 Diabetes, Osteoarthritis, Osteoporosis, and Heart Disease. (Resource: GetFit4Life)

Cuts fitness for men: the ultimate 30-minute workout by John Gennaro, with Myatt Murphy and Steven Haase

The FastDiet: lose weight, stay healthy, and live longer with the simple secret of intermittent fasting by Dr. Michael Mosley, Mimi Spencer

Diabetes rescue diet: conquer diabetes naturally while eating and drinking what you love—even chocolate and wine! by Mark Bricklin

Best practices for a healthy heart: how to stop heart disease before or after it starts by Sarah Samaan

If You Like Historical Fiction...

If you like your history fictionalized may we suggest...

At the king's command by Susan Wiggs

Caleb's crossing by Geraldine Brooks

Doc: a novel by Mary Doria Russell

A fierce radiance: a novel by Lauren Belfer

Luncheon of the boating party by Susan Vreeland

The Paris wife: a novel by Paula McLain

The shadow of the wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafón ; translated by Lucia Graves

If You Like Thrillers...

If you are a fan of Vince Flynn or Brad Thor, a reader of politicial or military thrillers, enjoy stories with an edge may we suggest...

Love me to death: a novel of suspense by Allison Brennan

All necessary force: a Pike Logan thriller by Brad Taylor

Secret sanction: a novel by Brian Haig

A perfect evil by Alex Kava

Free fall by Kyle Mills

Sworn to silence by Linda Castillo

The blind man of Seville by Robert Wilson

Murder Will Out: Magna Cum Murder XIX

Of special interest to writers of Mystery, Crime, or Thriller fiction. Magna Cum Murder XIX is being held October 25-27, 2013 at Ball State University's Columbia Circle in Indianapolis. Steve Hamilton, author of the Alex McKnight series set in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, is the Guest of Honor. This year's Banquet Speaker is Hank Phillipi Ryan, an investigative reporter in Boston and author of the Charlotte McNally series.

A cold day in paradise by Steve Hamilton

The other woman by Hank Phillippi Ryan

Time was...Time is... June 2013

This month in history Benedict Arnold was executed, Marilyn Monroe was born, The Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album was released, WWII Allied troops landed on the beaches of Normandy, and the Statue of Liberty arrived in New York.

The real Benedict Arnold by Jim Murphy

The making of Some like it hot: my memories of Marilyn Monroe and the classic American movie by Tony Curtis with Mark A. Vieira

D-day: the battle for Normandy by Antony Beevor

Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band [sound recording] by The Beatles

Enlightening the world: the creation of the Statue of Liberty by Yasmin Sabina Khan

Savvy Seniors: June 2013

If you seek a pleasant peninsula, look about youMichigan's state motto is "If you seek a pleasant peninsula, look about you." One of the best places to find out what's going on around the state is the Pure Michigan website. Fairs, festivals, cultural events, sports, exhibits. Visitors can find hotel packages, dining recommendations, hot spots, and more.

Sleuth It! Mystery Lovers Meet Up

Are you a fan of Sara Paretsky, Jeff Lindsay, Charlaine Harris or John LeCarre? Willing to share some of your favorite authors with other Mystery fans? Maybe it’s time to try a new mystery writer and you're looking for suggestions? Join us as we talk books on Saturday, July 27 from 2:00-3:00 PM in Canton Public Library’s Purple Room.

Savvy Seniors June 2013

The May/June 2013 issue of Michigan Municipal League's The Review focuses on growing old in Michigan. Are communities ready to handle the growing number of older adult residents? Over half of Michigan's residents are now over the age of 50. How will the needs of young and old be balanced? Are they really that different?

Canton Seniors Book Discussion: July - December 2013

The Canton Seniors Book Group meets on the fourth Thursday of the month from 2:00-3:00 PM in Canton Public Library's Group Study Room A. We meet every month except December. Information Services librarians, Elaine Skrzynski and Joyce Simowski, alternate leading the discussion. Copies of the discussion book are distributed at the monthly meeting or request a copy at the Adult Services Help Desk. No registration required.

South of Broad: a novel by Pat Conroy meets July 25

Case histories: a novel by Kate Atkinson meets August 22

River of doubt: Theodore Roosevelt's darkest journey by Candice Millard meets September 26

Say nice things about Detroit by Scott Lasser meets October 24

The Paris wife: a novel by Paula McLain meets November 21