Library Life: October 2015
This episode of Library Life includes:
Highlights from a South Branch concert featuring the traditional sounds and exciting rhythms of Jarochicanos Fandango.
An interview and demonstration with Paul Seils, President of Busse’s Flowers & Gifts, Inc., featuring tips and techniques for arranging a stunning flower display, in addition to details about the November 17 program, Thanksgiving Floral Design.
A peek into the future to Explore 3-D Printing, the exciting technology where ideas can become a reality.
Adult Services Staff Recommendation includes selections from Reaktion Books’ Animals series: Spider, by Katarzyna Michalski and Sergiusz Michalski; Flamingo, by Caitlin R. Kight; Elephant, by Dan Wylie; Hare, by Simon Carnell; and Tortoise by Peter Young. Best Book Pick in this series: Monkey, by Desmond Morris.
Youth Services Best Book Recommendation: The House of a Million Pets, by Ann Hodgman. Other books with an animal theme include: For the Love of Dogs, by Allison Weiss Entrekin; Dewey the Library Cat, by Vicki Myron; Rascal, by Sterling North; Dozer’s Run, by Debby Levy; and The Tarantula in My Purse, by Jean Craighead George.
Scenes from Super Saturday: Very Funny Magic With Dennis DeBondt, an energetic and interactive comedy magic show that delights guest with a larger-than-life, supernatural sense of humor.
Patron Interview: What is your favorite science fiction thriller and why?