Interview with Julie Collins, reference librarian, and Brian Winters, an interpretative naturalist at the River Trail Nature Center, promoting the Green Fair being hosted by the Library on September 25. How to Draw Mythical Creatures Youth Book Recommendation: Scarlett by Cathy Cassidy
Adult Book Recommendation: My So-Called Digital Life: 2,000 Teenagers, 300 Cameras, and 30 Days to Document Their World by Bob Pletka, EdD The True Story of the Three Little Pigs What is Your Library Card Worth to You? Visitors to the Library
Community Flavors: An International Cooking Class
Interview with Joelle Brunemer and Jean-Christophe Nicolas of the Bibliotheque – Mediatheque de Sevres, France. Book Crossing: An Intercontinental Book Discussion Young Yogis Youth Book Recommendation: The Red Blazer Girls by Michael D. Beil
Adult Book Recommendation: Master and Commander by Patrick O’Brien Still Acting Up! What “green” steps do you take daily and why? Visitors to the Library have some answers!
Interview with Aggie Nehmzow, aka The Tomato Lady, and presenter at the April 27 program, The Tomato Lady Returns. America During Revolutionary Times Adult Book Recommendation: Vanishing Act: A Jane Whitefield Novel by Thomas Perry
Youth Book Recommendation: My Life in Pink & Green by Lisa Greenwald Juggling With a Side of Laughs
Interview with Leslie Goddard, Ph.D., historian and presenter at the April 6 program, Remembering Marshall Field & Company. Your Body’s Wisdom: Self-healing Movement Adult Book Recommendation: In the President’s Secret Service: Behind the Scenes with Agent in the Line of Fire and the Presidents They Protectby Ronald Kessler
Youth Book Recommendation: Adventures in Cartooning by James Sturm MPPL Foundation Presents: An Irish Concert What do you remember most about Marshall Field and Company? Visitors to the Library share their favorite memories.