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Posted to Campbell Unclassified on January 23, 2023 at 1:19 PM by Genesis Gaule
Come join Robert Benda on Thursday, January 26 @ 5:30pm for our Photo and Video Workshop! Learn basic techniques and how you can apply them in your work, hobbies, and social media. More information...
Bao by Loretta Liu
Asian-style buns, dumplings & more from your bamboo steamer // Bamboo steamers are at the heart of simple Asian cooking, producing everything from fluffy Korean pork bao buns to steamed Chinese chicken to Japanese steamed custard and more! This collection of recipes will help you use this simple and effective cooking tool from ancient China to produce vibrant and tasty treats.
Reader, I Murdered Him by Betsy Cornwell
Adele grew up in the shadows--first watching from backstage at her mother's Parisian dance halls, then wandering around the gloomy, haunted rooms of her father's manor. When she's finally sent away to boarding school in London, she's happy to enter the brightly lit world of society girls and their wealthy suitors. Yet there are shadows there, too.
Young Adult CORNWELL
The Dakota Way of Life by Ella Cara Deloria & Raymond J. DeMallie
Studies in the Anthropology of North American Indians // Ella Cara Deloria devoted much of her life to the study of the language and culture of the Sioux (Dakota and Lakota). Her constant goal was to be an interpreter of an American Indian reality to others. This book is the result of the long history of Deloria's ethnographic manuscript on the Dakota social life.
Without a Trace by Danielle Steel
One night on the Normandy coast, Charles Vincent falls asleep at the wheel and veers off the road and down the cliff. Miraculously surviving, he walks to a cabin where he meets Aude Saint-Martin. Charles discovers the passion his life has been missing-- and realizes he could walk away from his old life. But Aude has secrets of her own.
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Posted to Campbell Unclassified on January 9, 2023 at 11:15 AM by Genesis Gaule
Join us Thursday, January 19 @ 4 pm for Tinkertown! This month we'll be doing Glow in the Dark Geometry! More information...
The Tao of the Side Hustle by Don Hyun Kiolbassa
A Buddhist Martial Arts Approach to Your New Business // Martial arts champion and serial side hustler Don Hyun Kiolbassa applies principles of Wushu Kung Fu--the Chinese War Art popularized by Sun Tzu in Art of War--to provide a detailed framework for starting and growing your own venture.
The Parasite by Richard Paul Evans
A Michael Vey Thriller // Michael and his friends learn that returning to a normal life is not only more difficult than they imagined, but that normal doesn't last. Like the mythical Hydra, cutting off the head of the global Elgen only created more enemies.
Young Adult EVANS Michael v.8
Libertarians on the Prairie by Christine Woodside
Laura Ingalls Wilder, Rose Wilder Lane, and the Making of the Little House Books // Drawing on original manuscripts and letters, Woodside shows how Rose reshaped her mother's story into a series of heroic tales that rebutted the policies of the New Deal. Their secret collaboration would lead in time to their estrangement. This fascinating look at the relationship between two strong-willed women is also the deconstruction of an American myth.
813.52 WOODSIDE / Large Print
Blotto, Twinks and the Ex-King's Daughter by Simon Brett
A Blotto & Twinks Mystery // It's that glorious period between the two world wars, and the exiled king of Mitteleuropa is visiting the ancestral home of the Duke of Tawcester. When the ex-king's daughter is kidnapped, noblesse obliges the Duke's handsome, brave, and rather stupid son (known to all as Blotto) to drive off to the rescue. Luckily, he's aided by his brilliant sister, Twinks. Plus, he's got a really swell car.
Mystery BRETT Blotto v.1
Tag(s): young adult fiction, women's history, self-improvement, self-help, politics, nonfiction, mystery, martial arts, history, historical fiction, fantasy, business, book notes
Posted to Campbell Unclassified on January 3, 2023 at 10:03 AM by Genesis Gaule
Come learn how to borrow e-books and e-audiobooks for free from the library on the Libby app! Join us Sunday, January 8 @ 1pm. More information...
Platonic by Marisa G. Franco, PhD
How the Science of Attachment Can Help You Make—and Keep—Friends // This book provides a clear and actionable blueprint for forging strong, lasting connections with others--and for becoming our happiest, most fulfilled selves in the process.
Strange Gods by Annamaria Alfieri
A Vera & Tolliver mystery // In early 20th century British East Africa, there are rules for the British and different ones for the Africans. Vera McIntosh, the daughter of Scottish missionaries, doesn't feel she belongs to either group. More than anything she dreams of seeing again the handsome police officer she's danced with. But more grisly circumstances bring Justin Tolliver to her family's home. The body of Vera's uncle, Dr. Josiah Pennyman, is found with a tribesman's spear in his back.
Mystery ALFIERI Vera v.1
Souls Speak by John Wingate
Missing children reveal their serial killer from beyond // Details the astonishing paranormal investigation into the fate of three boys believed lost in the vast caves beneath historic Hannibal, Missouri. A year-long investigation involving three evidential clairvoyants independently identified the boys as the earliest victims of serial killer John Wayne Gacy, many years before the madman's Chicago murder spree claimed the lives of thirty-three young men and boys.
The Spiritglass Charade by Colleen Gleason
a Stoker & Holmes novel // Evaline Stoker and Mina Holmes never meant to get into the family business. But when you're the sister of Bram and the niece of Sherlock, vampire hunting and mystery solving are in your blood, so to speak. In 1889 Evaline, Mina, and their time traveler friend, Dylan are asked by the Princess of Wales Willa to find out what happened to Robby Ashton, who may have drowned--but the reappearance of vampires in the heart of London threatens to become a more urgent problem.
Young Adult GLEASON
Tag(s): young adult fiction, true crime, self-improvement, self-help, relationships, psychology, paranormal, nonfiction, mystery, historical fiction, fiction, fantasy, book notes