- Nancy Goodman Brinker
- Pedro José Greer, Jr. [Wikipedia]
- Stephen Hawking
- Jack Kemp [Wikipedia]
- Sen. Edward Kennedy
- Billie Jean King
- Rev. Joseph Lowery [Wikipedia]
- Joe Medicine Crow – High Bird
- Harvey Milk
- Sandra Day O’Connor
- Sidney Poitier
- Chita Rivera
- Mary Robinson
- Janet Davison Rowley [Wikipedia]
- Desmond Tutu
- Muhammad Yunus
If you completed Summer Reading this year, don't forget to redeem your book certificate August 5th - August 12th in the Community Room. If you are going to be out of town or unable to make it to the library during that time, see a librarian to pick up your book early. Book certificates will not be redeemed after August 12th. If you haven't completed your reading yet, remember that August 12th is the last day to turn in your logs or claim any prizes.
The new International Language books are coming in almost too fast to blog! Fiction, cookbooks, biographies and so much more can be found on the shelf, or by searching online.
by Michael J. Caduto
Herbs have been essential to spiritual beliefs and practices throughout time and history. From Christian Scripture to Hindu observances, Jewish ritual to early Islamic literature, Native American traditions to Buddhist symbolism, plants are seen as a blessing from God and a way to remain in harmony with Spirit. Everyday Herbs in Spiritual Life is a hands-on guide to incorporating herbs into our spiritual life.
Michael J. Caduto is a renowned author, ecologist, educator and storyteller who has written and coauthored sixteen books, including "Native American Gardening", the "Keepers of the Earth" series, and "In the Beginning: The Story of Genesis and Earth Activities for Children."