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What a beautiful day last Monday was! It got me thinking about gardening! It’s time to pick out seeds and get them ordered. Maybe some of you have already done this. You are the smart ones! We expect to have the community garden behind the library again this year. My experience with the raised garden was very positive.
We gave away a ton of tomatoes because there were so many! It’s first-come, first-serve so if you are interested in renting a garden raised bed, don’t wait until it is too late!
We have many interesting gardening books here in the library. The newest one is Easy Peasy, gardening for kids is full of colorful pages of how-to instructions: grow veggies indoors, make newspaper seedling pots, make a wind whirler, build a bean fort and many other things. It might give a few adults some good ideas too!
Thanks to Don and Karen Tate for donating centennial books from 50 years ago. I just discovered another dozen of them under some pictures that they also donated. If you want one of the 1972 books, just come in the library. We are asking for a donation of $5 per book. Thank you!

NEW EASY for kids
Mickey’s Easter hunt
Curious George, Apple harvest—Lynne Polvino
Quiero a mi mama’ porque=I love my mommy because—Laurel Porter-Gaylord
Flamingo plays bingo—Russell Punter
Oak leaf—John Sandford
Kangaroo at the zoo—Lesley Sims
Hedgehugs: autumn hide and squeak—Steve Wilson
The night before Easter—Natasha Wing
Wubbzy’s egg-cellent Easter—a lift-the-flap book
So many butterflies!–Lara Bergen
Dixie wins the race—Grace Gilman
The luck of the Irish—Margaret McNamara
Pete at the beach—James Dean

Out of Africa; and Shadows on the grass—Isak Dinesen
Come back to me—Mila Gray
Lone Star holiday—Jolene Navarro
Make mine a cowboy—A.J. Pine
The time machine—H.G. Wells
Eight tales of terror—Edgar Allan Poe
Dog eat dog—David Rosenfelt
Beach wedding weekend—Rachel Magee

Jesus today: experiencing hope through his presence—Sarah Young
Breaking free: discover the victory of total surrender—Beth Moore
Soiled doves: prostitution in the early West—Anne Seagraves
A place of my own: the education of an amateur builder—Michael Pollan
High-spirited women of the west—Anne Seagraves
Spring after spring: how Rachel Carson inspired the environmental movement-Stephanie Sisson

Duck the halls—NR
G.I. blues—PG
Gore Vidal’s Lincoln and appointment with destiny: surrender at Appomattox—NR
Hollywood mom’s mystery—NR
The prince and the pauper: the movie—PG
The ultimate gift—PG
Where the heart is—PG 13
Into the storm
The shack—PG 13

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