May We Suggest

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Fiction books that made us laugh

Below are the results of a survey of CPL staff on the books that made them laugh. You might have to put some on hold, they are very popular!

"Anything by Erma Bombeck"
Wooster and Jeeves books by P. G. Wodehouse

Forrest Gump: a novel by Winston Groom

One for the money by Janet Evanovich and the rest of the Stephanie Plum series

The color of magic by Terry Pratchett

Uncork a Good Book

Discover the history behind your favorite beverages, or use one of the directories to discover new distilleries, wineries and breweries.

Moon spotlight. Louisville & the Bourbon Trail by Theresa Dowell Blackinton

99 drams of whiskey: the accidental hedonist's quest for the perfect shot and the history of the drink by Kate Hopkins

The book of gin by Richard Barnett

And a bottle of rum: a history of the New World in ten cocktails by Wayne Curtis

Top 10 California wine country by Christopher P. Baker

Fantastic Fantasy for Tweens & Teens

Here's some great books for those who like fantasy with a little wonder and humor:

The false prince by Jennifer A. Nielsen

The chaos code by Justin Richards

The scorpions of Zahir by Christine Brodien-Jones

The Unwanteds by Lisa McMann

Wildwood by Colin Meloy ; illustrations by Carson Ellis

Splendors and glooms by Laura Amy Schlitz

Children's Foreign Language CDs

Looking for songs in other languages?  We have many scattered through out the children's CD collection

Beth Manners' playtime Spanish for kids [sound recording] by Manners, Beth

Universe of song [sound recording] Spanish by featuring Maria Del Rey

La vida es un carnaval [sound recording] by Las Ardillitas

Canciones de nuestra tierra by songs of earth (CD) [sound recording] / Pam Schiller

Vamos, let's go! (CD) [sound recording] by Moona Luna

Happy Birthday to you [sound recording] by music, Kirti- Girish

Woman Suffrage Parade of 1913

This year is the 100th anniversary of the Woman Suffrage Parade organized by the suffragist Alice Paul. On March 3, 1913 more than 5,000 participants - including such notables as Helen Keller - marched down Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C. in support of granting women the right to vote. However, it wasn't until August 26, 1920, with the passage of the 19th Amendment, that American women finally attained that goal.

One woman, one vote [videodisc] by an Educational Film Center production for the American Experience ; WGBH Educational Foundation ; WGBH Boston ; written and produced by Ruth Pollak ; co-producer and writer, Felicia M. Widmann

Generations [videodisc]: American women win the vote by Vote 70 Project, Inc

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