2011-01-13 / Community News


By Judy Belyeu

The Giddings Public Library has added more non-fiction books to their collection. Stop by and browse through this collection. Patrons looking for help in this section can select 2011 Scholarship’s Handbook which contains 2,100 programs offering private, federal, and state money. 2011 Writer’s Market is the most trusted guide to getting something published. Skinny Italian by Teresa Guidice offers personal anecdotes along with a collection of authentic Italian recipes which includes preparation tips and nutritional information for each dish. 1,000 Gluten-Free Recipes by Carol Fenster. If you cook gluten-free meals, this cookbook is sure to become an indispensable kitchen companion. You’ll discover recipes for every meal of the day and every occasion, from favorite foods you never thought you would be able to eat again to foods kids will love and enjoy these elegant dishes for entertaining.

Leases & Rental Agreements by Marcia Stewart, Ralph Warner and Janet Portman is a handbook that helps you rent out your property quickly and legally. All the forms are on CD, just ask for it when you check out the book and a librarian will get it for you. Our Undiscovered Universe by Terence Witt is a theory that has emerged and addresses the foundation of reality logically, rationally, and completely. It reveals that the universe won’t collapse or grow old and die. The Whale by Philip Hoare is the results of his voyage of discovery into the heart of this obsession. Taking us deep into their domain, Hoare shows us these mysterious creatures as they have never been seen before. He makes an attempt to explain why these strange and beautiful animals still exert such powerful hold on our imagination.

Advance Praise For Empire Of The Summer Moon by S. C. Gwynne is a thrilling account of the Texas frontier in the nineteenth century. S.C. Gwynne makes history come to life in a way that everyone, not just students, but adults will also find it irresistible and cannot put it down. After reading this book you will never think about Texas or The Great Plain in the same way.

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