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Posted to Campbell Unclassified on September 12, 2022 at 1:29 PM by Genesis Gaule
To celebrate Library Card Sign-Up Month, amateur artist of all ages are invited to design a library card and share what their library means to them! Entries must be submitted by October 1. More information...
3D Printing and Maker Lab for Kids by Eldrid Sequeira
Create Amazing Projects with CAD Design and STEAM Ideas // This book presents hands-on activities for learning how to use browser-based software TinkerCAD and SketchUp to design and print projects, along with informative sidebars to support related STEAM concepts.
Speak, Okinawa by Elizabeth Miki Brina
A Memoir // A searing, deeply candid memoir about a young woman's journey to understanding her complicated parents--her father a Vietnam veteran, her mother an Okinawan war bride--and her own, fraught cultural heritage.
973.0495 BRINA | Large Print
Cutting Machine Crafts with your Cricut, Sizzix, or Silhouette by Lia Griffith
Die Cutting Machine Projects to Make with 60 SVG Files // Every project includes easy instructions and plenty of variations so you can get the most out of your machine. With an introduction to electronic die cutting machines and options for cutting the templates out by hand, this book is full of inspiration and expert advice.
Simple Pasta by Odette Williams
Recipes to Make Everyone Happy, Any Night of the Week // Making homemade pasta simple, enjoyable, and delicious, this cookbook showcases the endless possibilities for creating pasta dishes that are singular and memorable.
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Posted to Campbell Unclassified on July 18, 2022 at 3:29 PM by Genesis Gaule
Consider being a volunteer! Volunteers are an integral part of the services we provide. If you are interested in lending a hand, contact Robyn at firstname.lastname@example.org or (218) 773-9121 ext. 221.
The Icepick Surgeon by Sam Kean
Murder, Fraud, Sabotage, Piracy, and Other Dastardly Deeds Perpetrated in the Name of Science // Bestselling author Sam Kean tells the true story of what happens when unfettered ambition pushes otherwise rational men and women to cross the line in the name of science, trampling ethical boundaries and often committing crimes in the process.
Why Is Everybody Yelling? by Marisabina Russo
Growing Up in My Immigrant Family // Following the author's young life into the tumultuous, liberating 1960s, this graphic-novel memoir explores the childhood burdens of memory and guilt, and Marisabina's struggle and success in forming an identity entirely her own.
Graphic Novel 813 RUSSO
Heroes by Stephen Fry
The Greek Myths Reimagined // Stephen Fry recounts the stories of the human heroes found in Greek mythology, with illustrations of classical art inspired by the myths.
Play to Progress by Allie Ticktin MA, OTD, OTR/L
Lead Your Child to Success Using the Power of Sensory Play // Ticktin has seen an increase in cases of children who are delayed in walking, talking, and playing by themselves and with their peers-- because they are spending more time in front of screens and less time exploring and interacting with their environment. Here she offers activities that will encourage development of sensory play.,
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Posted to Campbell Unclassified on March 21, 2022 at 2:54 PM by Genesis Gaule
Storytime is back in person! Children 5 and younger (their grownups too) can come in and join Miss Andrea at 10am on Mondays!
Lightning Down by Tom Clavin
A World War II Story of Survival // This book is like that of a thriller, but the stories of imprisoned and brutalized airmen are true and told in unforgettable detail, led by the distinctly American voice of Joe Moser, who prays every day to be reunited with his family. It is a can't-put-down inspiring saga of brave men confronting great evil and great odds against survival.
Travels with George by Nathaniel Philbrick
In Search of Washington and His Legacy // Written at a moment when America's foundational ideals--or claims to them--are under scrutiny, this book grapples bluntly and honestly with George Washington's legacy as a man of the people, a mythical figure of the early republic, a reluctant President, and a plantation owner who held people in slavery.
The Secret History of Food by Matt Siegel
Strange but True Stories About the Origins of Everything We Eat // Exploring cultural, scientific, sexual, and culinary substructures, this essential read for all foodies, at turns both funny and fascinating, looks at the little-known history surrounding food.
The Bright Ages by Matthew Gabriele and David M. Perry
A New History of Medieval Europe // A lively and magisterial popular history that refutes common misperceptions of the European Middle Ages, showing the beauty and communion that flourished alongside the dark brutality--a brilliant reflection of humanity itself.
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