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Chrisman Library News

From the bottom of my heart, I want to thank the Good Samaritan who plowed in front of the library. I was out there with my shovel trying, but there was a deep ridge of snow and it was a pretty hopeless situation. So—THANK YOU!
This is a great time of year to take it easy and read some good books. You can look at Chrisman’s collection on-line at by selecting “my library” from the pull-down menu under “all formats”. If you don’t click on “my library”, you will get to look at the holdings of all 500+ libraries in the IHLS system. Which is great for ordering that special book that you want. We would be glad to help you do this if you need help.
We did close one day during that horrible weather. So if it is just amazingly bad, please, give us a call before coming. We both live in town and are pretty brave, but last Friday was SO BAD!
A recipe that you might want to try. From our Sesquicentennial cookbook, of course!
2 c flour, 1 tsp baking powder, 2 Tbs butter, 1 c boiling milk, 4 eggs, 2 c sugar, ½ tsp salt, and 2 tsp vanilla.
Sift and blend flour and baking powder and set aside. Melt butter in 1 c boiling milk. Remove from heat. In a large bowl, beat eggs until very light. Beat in sugar, salt, and vanilla. Very quickly beat in the milk/butter mixture. Beat in flour mixture. Bake at 350 for 25-35 minutes in greased and floured 9×13 pan. Cool before serving. (In memory of Patty’s mom Submitted by Dave Wingate)

The horse whisperer—Nicholas Evans
What the wind knows—Amy Harmon
The Henna artist—Alka Joshi
The greener shore: a novel of the druids of Hibernia—Morgan Llywelyn
Starry night: a Christmas novel—Debbie Macomber
The frumious Bandersnatch: a novel of the 87th Precinct—Ed McBain
The betrayed fiancee—Wanda Brunstetter
Their pretend Amish courtship: & An Amish courtship—Patricia Davids
Anything but plain—Suzanne Woods Fisher
The journey home & Family of the Heart
Amish Christmas secrets—Debby Giusti
Her forgiving Amish heart—Rebecca Kertz
A secret Amish love—Rebecca Kertz
Some trust in horses—Sally Krueger
Their Amish reunion__Lenora Worth

Cephalox the cyber squid—Adam Blade
Silda the electric eel—Adam Blade
Sheltie and the snow pony—Peter Clover
Bad mooooove!–Nancy Krulik
Off the map—Ellie O’Ryan

Outlaw on horseback—Will Ermine
The lightning rod—Brad Meltzer
The Yankee widow—Linda Miller
Montana dawn—Stone Wallace

Marrying the single dad—Melinda Curtis
That perfect someone—Johanna Lindsey
Then comes secuction—Mary Balough
Surrender of a siren—Tessa Dare
A Texas soldier’s ready-made family–
Tall chief—Dinah McCall
Not quite a wife—Mary Jo Putney

The Dashwood sisters’ secrets of love—Rosie Rushton
The Scorpio Races—Maggie Stiefvater
The survivor: a Pioneer novel—Bridget Tyler

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