At the Library
If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again. Well, I do, but I’m in over my head.
As I look at all of these new devices, I think, does all leisure time need to be spent media based? There are Nooks, Kindles, i-Pods and i-Pads, smart phones and tablets. You can have your very own Android, netbook or notebook. How about a Nintendo D.S. for the small ones? Where does it stop? For that matter, begin? Can it be the speed of technology is faster than the speed of time getting away from me? Is being constantly “attached” to a device the best place to be? I’m thinking, for the sake of public safety, I should stay out of the cyber-world. I guess, for me, there’s no place like home — and I do not mean a home-page!
Please feel free to unplug, disconnect, or power-down and join me at the library for some book, magazine or CD ideas.
The following new materials are available at the library.
Gifts & Memorials
Chu's Day by Neil Gaiman given in honor of the 90th birthday of Ada Kleese by her children and grandchildren
Luck of the Draw by Piers Anthony, The Last Runaway by Tracy Chevalier, 1356 by Bernard Cornwell, Though Mountains Fall by Dale Cramer, The Husband List by Janet Evanovich, Kinsey & Me by Sue Grafton, Blood Money by James Grippando, Vanished by Irene Hannon, Shadow Woman by Linda Howard, The Tutor's Daughter by Julie Klassen, Dream Eyes by Jayne Ann Krentz, Daddy Love by Joyce Carol Oates, To Honor & Trust by Tracie Peterson, Collateral Damage by Stuart Woods
Large Print Fiction
The Husband List by Janet Evanovich, Blood Money by James Grippando
Dearie by Bob Spitz
Fifty Machines That Changed the Course of History by Eric Chaline, A Couple After God's Own Heart by Elizabeth George, A Woman's Guide to Making the Right Choices by Elizabeth George, The Weeder's Digest by Gail Harland, The Curious Morel by Larry Lonik, Hair Design by Maureen Spurr, Sculpture by Maureen Spurr, Almost French by Sarah Turnbull, Blender for Dummies by Jason Van Gumster, The Latecomer by Kao Kalia Young