We have got a lot of great recipes for the sesquicentennial cookbook and we do appreciate every one!
Thank you all for 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 want to see some original artwork from the K-5 crowd. Design a bookmark for the Chrisman Library and be famous. OK, maybe not that famous, but we want to copy and distribute Chrisman bookmarks at the Sesquicentennial celebration.
If YOUR bookmark is chosen, your first name will be on it and A LOT of people will see it! So turn in those entries before May 31st!
We are genuinely looking forward to the Kids’ Summer Reading. It’s interesting to see what books they pick and what they think about them after reading them.
We will be having a special program to kick off the summer reading with Forest Glen on June 16 at 2 p.m. This is for kids of all ages.
I don’t know what the presenter has in mind, but it has always been interesting. So come in and see for yourself. Younger kids need to bring an adult and adults are certainly welcome.
The Taste of Home baking book: timeless recipes from trusted home cooks
Better homes and gardens casual entertaining cook book
Daughters of the West—Anne Seagraves
SAS survival handbook: the ultimate guide to surviving anywhere—John Wisemen
Healthy Exchanges cookbook: it’s not a diet, it’s a way of life—JoAnna Lund
Emotional intelligence 2.0—Travis Bradberry
Culture shock: a biblical response to today’s most divisive issues—Chip Ingram
Outliers: the story of success—Malcolm Gladwell
Choosing a nursing home—Seth Goldsmith
Homework without tears—Lee Canter
The top 100 Zone foods: the Zone food science ranking system—Barry Sears
Zone meals in seconds: 150 fast and delicious recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner—Barry Sears
You gotta get in the game: playing to win in business sales and life—Billy Cox
Wellbeing: the five essential elements—Tom Rath
Teaching the elephant to dance: empowering change in your organization—James Belasco
Now, discover your strengths—Marcus Buckingham
A complaint is a gift: using customer feedback as a strategic tool—Janelle Barlow
Everyone’s a coach: you can inspire anyone to be a winner—Don Shula
Once upon a time in Texas—William W. Johnstone
Blood Feather—Don Bendell
Cotton’s Inferno: a Sheriff Cotton Burke western—Phil Dunlap
Destiny made them brothers—Andrew J. Fenady
Ryder of the hills: a western story—Robert J. Horton
My gallows hang high—Stone Wallace
I’m not ashamed—PG 13
Noah’s journey of faith—G
The Phantom of the Opera—PG 13
NEW AUDIO BOOK
The screwtape letters—C.S. Lewis