Cool Ideas for Hot Summer Days!
June 22, 2010
Do you love summer, but hate the really hot, really humid days? Perhaps you hate to sit around and wait for it to get cooler without having something to do. Here are some things you could try. If you really like to read, here are a couple of titles that might get your mind off of what's happening outside. Reading The Chocolate Snowman Murders by Joanna Carl or Baby It's Cold Outside by Jennifer Greene might be just the thing to keep you cool. Hot weather means you need to keep hydrated. To help with this you might try a recipe from the book Cool Waters: 50 Refreshing, Healthy, Homemade Thirst Quenchers by Brian Preston-Campbell. Still not cool enough? Well, you should consider making some homemade ice cream using the book 500 Ice Creams, Sorbets & Gelatos: the Only Ice Cream Compendium You Will Ever Need by Alex Barker. There’s really nothing better on a hot day. These ideas for keeping cool and many more can be discovered by dropping into the library. Make a trip to the library in person or continue to visit us on the web.Tags: summer, reading, food, drinks, Books