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The Oldest Living Things in the World
4 of 5 stars
I ordered this from the library just to look at the pictures, but also enjoyed many of the essays as well. Beautiful images of our wonderful planet.
tagged: photography, non-fiction, and adult-non-fiction
The Lion and the Bird
4 of 5 stars
Sweet story of a winter spent together: lion and bird. The artwork is lovely, the story minimally written allowing toddlers to "read" the wordless pages, explaining the action of the story to their grownup.
tagged: childrens and picture-book
Blue Iris: Poems and Essays
3 of 5 stars
tagged: poetry and adult-non-fiction




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3rd ANNUAL CHOCOLATE BAKE-OFF

 

picture of a german chocolate cake covered with whip cream and cherries

Love to bake? Bakers interested in competing for glory, honor, and a pound of delicious Dietsch Bros. chocolate should call the Library (419-634-5246) to sign up for the 3rd Annual Chocolate Bake-Off, to be held Thursday, February 12th, 6p.m., in the Meeting Room at the Library.

 

Folks not interested in baking, but who prefer sampling are also welcome to join us for an evening sampling delicious desserts! Milk, Coffee, and Tea will also be provided.

 

RULES:

Dessert must feature chocolate.

Desserts must be here by 5:45p.m.,Thursday, February 12th.

 

 

 

 

picture of the book cover for wonderstruck by brian selznik, features a blue backdrop with a bright white lightning bolt

TWEEN (4th-6th grades) BOOK GROUP:

 

Friday, February 6th, 4p.m.

 

Wonderstruck, Brian Selznik

 

 

 

 

 

picture of a a tree with a mockinbird perched in it; cover is red and black with white lettering

 

 

TEEN (8th-12th Grades) BOOK GOUP:

 

Thursday, February 19th, 4p.m.

 

To Kill a Mockingbird Harper Lee

 

 

 

Book Discussion Group

 

Picture of a headless woman in 1950s era dress, holding a rose

ADULT BOOK GROUP:

 

Tuesday, February 3rd at 7p.m. to discuss:

 

The Assassination of Margaret Thatcher,


Hilary Mantel

 

 

 

 

AMISH BOOK GROUP:

Amish woman in blue dress, black smock, white cap walking away

 

Tuesday, February 17th, 1p.m.

 

A Hopeful Heart, Amy Clipston

 

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