Two good magazines have just arrived at the Library. The Herb Quarterly and Midwest Outdoors with Wisconsin Outdoors included. A great new addition to the magazine area.
Bill O’Reilly “Killing The Mob” & “Killing Crazy Horse”
Melanie Benjamin “The Children’s Blizzard”
Delia Owens “Where The Crawdads Sing”
Karla C Villavicencio “The Undocumented Americans”
Lauren Fox “Send For Me”
Laura Dave “The Last Thing He Told Me”
Kristin Hannah “The Four Winds
New York Times best seller list, now available to check out at your library. I just finished “The Children’s Blizzard”, and it was a great read-could hardly put it down.
New Books are steadily arriving for your reading pleasure. New Magazines are also coming in this fall.
Good Food, Good Friends,
Burgers, Brats, & Hot Dogs
Coffee & Milk Furnished
You are welcome to bring a dish to pass, Salad or Dessert
The trees around us have watched as time marched by, different steps to the music of the ages. I walk by this particular tree with my dog, and wonder at times – at all that has happened in the life of this tree.
This tree was just a sapling when the first white settlers came up the river. Exploring the valleys and checking out the timber available to build houses, sawmills, barns, railroad stations, general stores, and the list continues.
This tree shaded work horses and lumberjacks, and picnics, and mules and the list goes on to the next era of automobiles and tractors that moved the country ever forward.
Personally, I would like to hear some of the tales this tree could tell.
The summer hours at the Readstown Library are as follows:
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 11 am to 5 pm.
Saturday 10 am to 2 pm
Currently available in the Young adults section are these two fabulous books. AND a cookbook for the adults is Primal Gourmet–a must see & read.
We have a varied collection of books on woodcarving, including duck decoys, Santa, wild west figures, animal caricatures, faces & expressions, horses, & chip carving. Also – Woodcarving for Beginners, Whittling , & deep relief carving. These books are from a private collection, and we are proud to have received them.
This is a call out to those of us who just like to snap a pic of something that sparks our creativity. If you have a pic you would like to share, please post, or if you have a pic you have framed and would like to share it at the library, just drop by and discuss it with us. We would like to keep the photo for a month to display, A local/nearby spot that visitors could identify on a hike or drive thru the area, or activity that expresses this area.
If you have a young cook in your house, we may have just the book to assist in their endeavor to learn.
“The Complete Cookbook for Young Chefs” from America’s Test Kitchen A New York Times #1 Best Seller 100+ recipes that you’ll love to cook .
“The Complete Baking Book for Young Chefs” is a companion book that will keep everyone in the family sweeter and coming back for more.
In the young reader’s area we have some amazing new books such as: “Under the Broken Sky” by Mariko Nagai. This is a story of hope and resilience during one of history’s tragic forced migrations, and reveals the emotional impact on a child and her family.
“Wrong Way Summer” by Heidi Lang. Equal parts heartwarming and heartbreaking, this is a roadtrip journey and coming of age story about one girl’s struggle to understand when a lie is a lie, and when it’s something more – hope.
“Pine Island Home” by Polly Horvath. Four siblings are left on their own when their parents are washed away by a tsunami. They go to live with Aunt Martha on her farm – when tragedy strikes again. Fiona takes charge and as the responsibilities grow – she is desperate.