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Posted to Campbell Unclassified on November 22, 2022 at 9:59 AM by Genesis Gaule
The library will be closed November 24-27 (Thursday - Sunday) for Thanksgiving.
Weaving Sundown in a Scarlet Light by Joy Harjo
Fifty Poems for Fifty Years // A magnificent selection of fifty poems to celebrate three-term US Poet Laureate Joy Harjo's fifty years as a poet.
Peace Is a Chain Reaction by Tanya Lee Stone
How World War II Japanese Balloon Bombs Brought People of Two Nations Together // An accessible, concise, and comprehensive guide to understanding and dealing with the impact and consequences of social isolation.
MH 940.5428 STONE
Mister Rogers' Neighborhood: Knitting the Neighborhood edited by Sixth & Spring Books
Official Knitting Patterns // The 24 projects include replicas of 5 of Mister Rogers' iconic zippered cardigans in 9 unisex adult sizes, cardigan patterns for children and babies, puppets, the neighborhood trolley, blankets, and more.
Find Your Unicorn Space by Eve Rodsky
Reclaim Your Creative Life in a Too-Busy World // From New York Times bestselling author Eve Rodsky, comes an inspirational guide for setting new personal goals, rediscovering your interests, cultivating creativity, and reclaiming your Unicorn Space.
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Tag(s): World War II, self-improvement, pop culture, poetry, nonfiction, military history, knitting, junior nonfiction, history, celebrities, book notes, arts and crafts
Posted to Campbell Unclassified on October 24, 2022 at 1:11 PM by Genesis Gaule
Our November Book Club pick is Anxious People by Fredrik Backman. Check it out and then join us on Tuesday, November 29 at 6 pm to discuss. More information...
The Evolution of Charles Darwin by Diana Preston
The Epic Voyage of the Beagle That Forever Changed Our View of Life on Earth // Drawing on a rich range of revealing letters, diary entries, recollections of those who encountered him, and Darwin's and FitzRoy's own accounts of what transpired, Diana Preston chronicles the epic voyage as it unfolded, tracing Darwin's growth from untested young man to accomplished adventurer and natural scientist in his own right.
Two Degrees by Alan Gratz
When three children endure separate climate change disasters--a wildfire in the California woods, a close encounter with a hungry polar bear in Canada, and a massive hurricane in Florida--they emerge from their experiences committed to changing the world.
Nerd by Maya Phillips
Adventures in Fandom from This Universe to the Multiverse // Spanning from the 90s through to today, this book is a collection of cultural criticism essays through the lens of fandom for everyone from the casual Marvel movie watcher to the hardcore Star Wars expanded universe connoisseur.
Righteous Prey by John Sandford
After a woman is murdered in the Twin Cities, Virgil Flowers and Lucas Davenport are sent in to investigate. And they soon have their hands full--the killings are smart and carefully choreographed, and with no apparent direct connection to the victims, the Five are virtually untraceable. But if anyone can destroy this group, it will be the dynamic team of Davenport and Flowers.
Mystery SANDFORD Prey v.32
Tag(s): survival, sea voyages, science, pop culture, nonfiction, mystery, junior fiction, history, fiction, essays, book notes
Posted to Campbell Unclassified on May 28, 2021 at 12:53 PM by Genesis Gaule
Have you ever been asked the question: Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
While many may look to the future and what comes next, we don’t often stop and think about our past and where we were 10 years ago. It is important to make goals for our future, but it is also important to look to our past to see how we’ve grown and how we can continue to progress in the future.
It’s strange to think about the year 2011. For some it may feel like yesterday and for others it was light-years away. What do you remember about the year 2011? To jumpstart your memory, take a look at the list below to see some interesting events that took place in 2011:
Jan 6: 37th People's Choice Awards: Johnny Depp & Kristen Stewart win (Movie Star) and Hugh Laurie & Lisa Edelstein win (TV Drama)
Jan 10: Ian McKellen officially confirms that he will reprise the role of Gandalf in The Hobbit film adaptations
Feb 6: Super Bowl XLV, Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, TX: Green Bay Packers beat Pittsburgh Steelers, 31-25; MVP: Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay, QB
Feb 20: 60th NBA All-Star Game, Staples Center, Los Angeles, CA: West beats East, 148-143; MVP: Kobe Bryant, LA Lakers, F
Mar 1: Tomb of a 700 year old female mummy, discovered by road workers, opened in Taizhou, Jiangsu, China
Mar 11: 9.0 magnitude earthquake strikes 130 km (80 miles) east of Sendai, Japan, triggering a tsunami killing thousands of people and causing the second worst nuclear accident in history at Fukushima nuclear plant
Apr 17: Thor, directed by Kenneth Branagh, starring Chris Hemsworth and Natalie Portman, premieres in Sydney, Australia
Apr 27: Deadliest day of the 2011 super outbreak of tornadoes, the largest tornado outbreak in United States history
May 2: Osama bin Laden, the suspected mastermind behind the September 11 attacks and the FBI's most wanted man is killed by US Special Forces in Abbottabad, Pakistan
May 25: Oprah Winfrey airs her last show, ending her twenty five year run of The Oprah Winfrey Show
Jun 20: 1st Critics' Choice Television Awards: Modern Family wins Best Comedy Series, Mad Men wins Best Drama Series
Jul 5: Somebody That I Used to Know single released by Gotye ft. Kimbra (Grammy Award Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, Record of the Year 2013)
Jul 7: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2, the last Harry Potter film, premieres in London
Aug 5: Svalbard Polar Bear Attack - a rogue polar bear attacks and kills a British schoolboy
Sep 3: Following his disqualification in the 100m, Jamaica's Usain Bolt runs a season best 19.40 to win the 200m at the World Athletics Championships in South Korea
Sep 20: Call Me Maybe, single by Canadian singer Carly Rae Jepsen, is released
Oct 30: The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1 based on the book by Stephenie Meyer, directed by Bill Condon, starring Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson, premieres at the Rome Film Festival
Oct 31: The world population reaches 7 billion inhabitants according to the United Nations
Nov 8: The potentially hazardous asteroid 2005 YU55 passed 0.85 lunar distances from Earth (about 324,600 kilometers or 201,700 miles), the closest known approach by an asteroid of its brightness since 2010 XC15 in 1976.
Nov 18: The X Factor group One Direction release their debut album Up All Night in Ireland and the UK
Nov 18: Video game Minecraft is officially released by Mojang
Dec 18: The last US troops withdraw from Iraq, formally ending the Iraq War
Tag(s): world events, sports and recreation, pop culture, natural disasters, movies, history, film, article, Acacia James