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2013-01-03 / Community News

GIDDINGS LIBRARY NEWS CORNER

By Judy Belyeu

Stop by the Giddings Public Library and check out some of our latest books. We have a nice selection of non-fiction books and several biographies.

While America Sleeps by Russ Feingold is about a wake-up call for the Post 9/11 Era. It identifies missteps after September 11th, outlining recommendations for safeguarding lives and improving national security while preserving constitutional values. Dream: Discovering God’s Purpose for Your Life by Dutch Sheets uses Bible teachings and personal anecdotes referring to God as a dreamer who has shared this nature with His people and discusses how to become more aware of God’s plan and implement it in one’s life.

Teach Like a Champion by Doug Lemov offers easy-to-apply ideas for becoming an outstanding teacher. The Bond by Wayne Pacelle explores the special bond between humans and animals. It discusses research on the emotional capabilities of animals, examples of their inhumane treatments, and the ways in which a more humane agenda can be implemented through legal reforms. Marshmallow Madness by Shauna Sever shows how to create dozens of flavors and varieties of homemade marshmallows, including strawberry and banana, buttered rum, root-beer float, and maple bacon.

How to Do Just About Anything by Jonathan Bastable, Ruth Binney and Rose Shepard provides step-by-step instructions on how to do tasks in different topic areas, including how to measure blood pressure, make butter, tie a necktie, impress a date or insulate an attic.

Several of our biographies are: Critical Care by Theresa Brown R.N. and Indomitable Will by Mark K. Updegrove. American Sniper is an autobiography by Chris Kyle with Scott McEwen and Jim DeFelice.

Other non-fiction books are: Cracking the GED 2013 by Geoff Martz; Swim by Lynn Sherr and Here on Earth by Tim Flannery.

Be sure and check out our free coffee in the foyer.

Library Hours:

10:00am – 6:00pm Monday – Friday
10:00am – 1:00pm Saturday
Closed Sunday

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