Wow! We have got a lot of great recipes for the sesquicentennial cookbook. Thank you all for stepping up and helping! We still need MORE! Lots more. Please, bring in before June 10 and we can photocopy your recipe. You do not have to type it. We received some through e-mail. Our address is firstname.lastname@example.org, if you prefer to send something that way. Thank you, in advance!
We are also calling all Grade School children in grades K – 5 for the 2022-2023 school year, and their parents to come in and pick up the form to enter the Chrisman Public Library “Create a Bookmark” contest!
The contest is titled “Chrisman, Books and You! We ask that all students interested in entering the contest come into the Library (Mon., Tues., & Fri. 1-5:30 and Wed. and Thurs. 1-7) to get their entry form. The Contest is asking the students to create a bookmark that shows what Chrisman and reading means to them. The deadline for submitting the entry form with the students drawing is May 31, 2022. The entries will be displayed in the windows of the Library and voted on by the Library Board at the June meeting. Once the winner is chosen, the bookmark will be printed and available for sale during the Sesquicentennial Celebration in September.
We only have 9 of the old centennial books left. Hurry, if you want to be sure and buy one. $5 donation..
Just to let you know in plenty of time. Forest Glen will be here on June16 at 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. for the summer children’s program. Kids of all ages are welcome. The very young ones need to bring a responsible adult. The kids had a lot of fun last year and I think they will this year too!
NEW EASY for kids
Little Man’s journey. The cavern—Teresa Barger
Drawn to be you—Corey Landreth
Summer rental—Mary Kay Andrews
A man with a past—Mary Connealy
Spring brides: a year of weddings novella collection—various authors
Autumn nights: The playboy and the widow and Almost an angel—Debbie Macomber
Christmas bliss—Mary Kay Andrews
A country affair—Debbie Macomber
The woman inside: a novel—E.G. Scott
Wildflower ridge—Sherryl Woods
NEW JUVENILE FICTION
The secret garden—Frances Hodgson Burnett
The okay witch—Emma Steinkellner
NEW JUVENILE NONFICTION
101 freaky animals—Melvin Berger
Animal grossapedia—Melissa Stewart
Together forever!: true stories of amazing animal friendships—Mary Quattlebaum
Roar! 100 fun facts about African animals—Stephanie Warren Drimmer
National Geographic kids untimate U.S. road trip atlas: maps games, activities, and more for hours of backseat fun—Crispin Boyer
Who is this man? The unpredictable impact of the inescapable Jesus—John Ortberg
What my cat taught me about life—Niki Anderson
The pocket guide to mushrooms—Jean-Marie Polese
The Audubon Society master guide to birding
Chicken soup for the soul: the magic of dogs: 101 tales of family, friendship & fundraiser
Taste of Home’s 2008 quick cooking annual recipes
Recipe, pleas: favorite recipes from Colorado restaurants: from the popular column in the Rocky Mountain news
The complete idiot’s guide to quilting—Laura Ehrlich
Judy Martin’s ultimate rotary cutting reference—Judy Martin