Library News Article for April 24
The Friends of the Library will be conducting their semi-annual Book, Bling & Bake Sale in the Cumberland Meeting Room on Friday, April 27 from 9AM till 5PM and on Saturday, April 28 from 9AM till noon. Saturday is stuff a bag day for a $1.00.
Come join us at the Library at noon on Wednesday, April 25 to listen to the Plateau Women’s Chorus in the Cumberland Meeting Room. This group of 40 women is in their premier concert series entitled Rain of Diamonds. You will be delighted that you came.
Wednesday, April 25
Friday, April 27
Saturday, April 28
Tuesday, May 1
Great New Books
A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies and Leadership by James Comey
This is the long awaited memoir from former FBI director James Comey. On November 11, President Trump called Comey a political hack “proven to be a liar.” Comey responded by quoting from an 1855 sermon by the Rev. Charles Haddon Spurgeon: “If you want the truth to go round the world you must hire an express train to pull it; but if you want a lie to go round the world, it will fly.” Perhaps this memoir’s title is another possible response.
The Fallen by David Baldacci
Amos Decker is the Memory man. Following a football-related injury that altered his personality, Decker is now unable to forget even the smallest detail—as much a curse as it is a blessing. In Baldacci’s new thriller, Decker’s life might be about to change again.
The Only Story by Julian Barnes
A love affair between a 48-year-old and a 19-year-old is hardly unheard of, but Man Booker Prize winner Barnes reverses gender expectations with Paul falling for Susan McLeod. Decades later, with Susan dead, Paul contemplates all that went so well and all that finally went wrong.
The Family Gathering by Robyn Carr
At the juncture of the Colorado and Continental Divide trails, Sullivan’s Crossing is home to a new series from Carr. A beautifully crafted plot with multiple story lines, relatable characters, and a setting that makes readers want to head for the Rockies add up to another solid title.
Then She Was Gone by Lisa Jewell
Laurel Mack is still recovering from the loss of her teenage daughter Ellie. It cost her marriage. Now getting on with her life, Laurel meets Floyd. As the relationship heats up, Laurel meets Floyd’s daughter, unanswered questions from a decade ago return to haunt her. For thriller readers, Jewell’s latest will not disappoint. Sharply written and filled with twists and turns.
Sometimes you just can’t get to the farmer’s market. Eat healthfully with what’s on hand. These nutrient-dense superfoods that are shelf-stable put the power of prevention right in your pantry: Oatmeal-a cholesterol buster, thanks to a lot of soluble fiber; Canned salmon, tuna and sardines-these fatty fish are the best way to get your omega-3 fatty acids; Dried blueberries-source of fiber and vitamin C as well as the immune-boosting, inflammation-busting power of antioxidants; Quinoa- high in protein, fiber, vitamins and minerals; Canned beets- pack vitamins, minerals and antioxidants galore and may help ward off cancer and lower blood pressure; Dark chocolate-the higher the cocoa content( 70 percent cacao or higher) the lower the sugar content, providing blood –pressure –lowering flavanols: Tea-growing evidence that having a cuppa a few times a day can help stave off cancer, heart disease and dementia. To be continued..
Stingy Schobel Says
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Wife – You hate my relatives! Husband –
No, I don’t! In fact, I like your mother-in-law more than I like mine.
Saturday, March 31, 2018