Patch Adams [videodisc] by Universal Pictures
Philadelphia [videodisc] by TriStar Pictures presents a Clinica Estetico production; produced by Edward Saxon and Jonathan Demme; written by Ron Nyswaner; directed by Jonathan Demme
Puncture [videodisc] by A Like Minded Pictures; with Cherry Sky Films; produced and directed by Adam Kassen, Mark Kassen; written by Chris Lopata
I know someone with cancer by Sue Barraclough
I know someone with dyslexia by Sue Barraclough
I know someone with diabetes by Vic Parker
I know someone who is obese by Sue Barraclough
You: the owner's manual for teens: a guide to a healthy body and happy life by Michael F. Roizen, Mehmet C. Oz, and Ellen Rome ; with Ted Spiker ...
- I was a deadly virus
- During my outbreak, between 50-130 million people died
- Soldiers, sailors and other travelers helped me spread across the world
- The first case in the U.S. was reported in the state of Kansas
- Most of my victims were young, healthy adults
Walk your way thin. Walk it off, tone it up. [videodisc] by Sansone, Leslie
Jane Fonda prime time. Trim, tone & flex [videodisc] by directed by Darren Capik
30 minutes to fitness. Lift [videodisc] by produced and directed by Greg Twombly
Bob Harper. Totally ripped core [videodisc] by produced by Watch It Now Entertainment ; Fitness Now TV
Flat abs. Pilates [videodisc] by Winsor, Mari
Weight loss yoga [videodisc] by Styler, Trudie
Yogalosophy [videodisc] by Mandy Ingber
Dr. Quinn, medicine woman. The complete season one, Vol. 1 [videodisc] by CBS Television
Emergency! Season one, Disc 1 [videodisc] by Universal ; Mark VII Limited
Apples, cherries, red raspberries: what is in the fruits group? by Brian P. Cleary; illustrations by Martin Goneau; consultant, Jennifer K. Nelson
Green beans, potatoes, and even tomatoes: what is in the vegetable group? by Brian P. Cleary; illustrations by Martin Goneau; consultant, Jennifer K. Nelson
[Vrksasana – postura del árbol / Amineko Yoga by ((carol)) is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0]
Canton Seniors Book Discussion Group will meet on Wednesday, June 27 from 2:00-3:00 PM at Canton Public Library in Group Study Room A. This month we are discussing
Old friends by Tracy Kidder — What is it like to grow old in America? Two men, strangers to each other, are assigned to share a room upon moving into a western Massachusetts nursing home. Kidder spotlights the friendship which blooms between Joe, an irascible 72 year old stroke victim, and gentle Lou, 90 and almost blind, who grieves for his deceased wife, tells rambling stories about his past and worries about Joe. Author Tracy Kidder has won Pulitzer Prizes for fiction and non-fiction.
Are you trying to be a little healthier with your eating habits? Are you trying to save the creatures that share our world with us? Well, The Fat Chef in the Little Coat has suggestions for eating delicious, healthy food at least once a week or more. He shares his recipes for vegetarian dishes we can all love in Vegetarian Eating for Everyone. Join us as we continue our Earth Week celebrations on Wednesday, April 25 at 7:00 PM.
This post is part of our Earth Day 2012 celebration.
Seven keys to unlock autism: making miracles in the classroom by Elaine Hall and Diane Isaacs; foreword by Stephen M. Shore
Living well on the spectrum: how to use your strengths to meet the challenges of Asperger syndrome/high- functioning autism by Valerie L. Gaus; foreword by Stephen Shore
Twin: a memoir by Allen Shawn
The public is invited on Wednesday, April 4 at Noon to a talk and book signing by Tracie McMillan, local NY Times Bestselling author. The event takes place on the University of Michigan Dearborn Campus (1030 CASL Building). For more information please call 313-583-6400.
The American way of eating: undercover at Walmart, Applebee's, farm fields and the dinner table by Tracie McMillan — addresses issues of food production, poverty and low wage work in the style of Barbara Ehrenreich's Nickel and Dimed. It also critically discusses Detroit's "food desert status and talks about the role of urban agriculture in sustaining Detroit's food system."