Recently, I was helping a patron get started on his research. I asked him if he knew someone who would have been alive during the 1930 census. His response: "Yes, me. I was." When I asked what his birthdate was, he replied, "May the 5th, 19 and 11". I looked him up in the 1920 Census, and there he was as a 9-year-old son. So, we then had his parents' names, and I was able to help him go back a little farther. I’m not sure how much research he got done while he was here that day, but he told me he would be back when he could spend more time.
What, You're Still Reading the (Lowly) Book? You Say It's Printed on Paper? You Didn't Download It?
Ohmigosh, you have a few of them. They won’t just disappear from an electronic device. Yes, you have to return the library’s copies of Tolstoy’s War and Peace, Gibbon’s Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, and that edgy little escapist tale about a vampire on the President’s staff at the White House!
Please, feel free to bring them to the Circulation desk at our branch or any other branch in the Mid-Continent system. They will be checked off your card and returned to their owning branches, if applicable.
Need help with your weight problem? Always check with your doctor in case there is a medical problem. With that in mind, the library has books and databases as tools to help you. The tools contain information on portion control, smarter eating, exercise, hormone enhancement, secret obesogens, stress, and boredom.
I’m having so much fun watching the antics of the squirrels and birds on the deck. The squirrels hang upside down from the bird feeders and swing back and forth, stuffing their mouths with bird seed. A pair of cardinals aren’t very happy with them. Sometimes, two of the squirrels will squabble over the food, and one will lose his grip and hit the ground. The snow provides a soft landing and he tries again. Also, the puffy snow adds to the picture.
Is It Possible That a Necklace Could Transform a Community?
I was just walking down the aisle of the library and saw the book, The Necklace by Cheryl Jarvis, sitting on the shelf. It is a beautiful blue, and it caught my eye. Our book club read this book and enjoyed it. It should be in someone's bookbag; not on the library shelf. Everyone in the club seemed to say the book was enjoyable and meaningful.
Conoce a la sensación latina Ingrid Hoffmann, la anfitriona del programa "Simplemente Delicioso" de la Cadena “Food Network” de Miami y del programa en español “Delicioso” de la cadena Univisión. En su primer libro de cocina titulado: Delicioso: Una colección de mis recetas favoritas con sabor latino, Ingrid muestra su vivaz versión de la cocina latina clásica, convirtiendo cualquier comida en una verdadera fiesta de sabores fuertes y brillantes. Prueba mi receta favorita para hacer tortilla española en la página 48.
When I was young, I went to the library housed in the basement of a building on the Independence square. While attending Palmer Junior High, I would sometimes walk to the square after school and use the library facility. My second grade teacher was a librarian there.
When my children were young, we would go to the library in Grain Valley. I loved it, and my children loved it because the librarians made you feel welcome and at home. It was a good influence on my children, and the love of reading was instilled in them at a young age.
What an adventure! This summer in Rinkaby Sweden, 40,000 Boy Scouts from six continents and more than 114 countries are expected to attend the 2011 World Scout Jamboree to celebrate 101 years of scouting. Here in the USA, the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) have been providing the youth of our country with fun, skills, exploration, and character-building while providing our cities and states with altruistic service.