Library Life: April 2018
This episode of Library Life includes:
- A walk down memory lane as we celebrate the 200th Episode of Library Life.
- An interview with Botanist and Professor of Environmental Studies, Glen Adelson, PHD, about his May 22 program, The Astonishing Beauty and Wisdom of Wildflowers.
- A hefty helping of crazy chemistry inside the Family Science Clubhouse.
- Youth Services Staff Recommendations include art and architecture: Her Right Foot, by Dave Eggers; Keith Haring: The Boy Who Just Kept Drawing, by Kay Haring; Fallingwater: The Building of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Masterpiece, by Marc Harshman; Maya Lin: Artist-Architect of Light and Lines, by Jeanne Walker Harvey; and The World is not a Rectangle, by Jeannette Winter. Best book pick within this theme: Dazzle Ships by Chris Barton.
- Adult Services Best Book Recommendation: Inside the O’Briens, by Lisa Genova. Other books featuring illness and loss include: A Partial History of Lost Causes, by Jennifer DuBois; The Sweetest Halleluiah, by Elaine Hussey; Mimi Malloy, at Last, by Julia MacDonnell; My Sister’s Keeper, by Jodi Picoult; and Did you Ever Have a Family, by Bill Clegg.
- A front row seat to Super Saturday: Blues Concert with Fruteland Jackson.
- Patron Interview: What is your favorite type of flower and why?