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Posted to Campbell Unclassified on October 17, 2022 at 11:18 AM by Genesis Gaule
Drop in and learn about peer-to-peer mental health and wellness services as well as mental health first aid training available from Wellness in the Woods on Wednesday, October 26 @ 9:30 - 11:30 am. More information...
Dinner on Mars by Lenore Newman and Evan D. G. Fraser
The Technologies That Will Feed the Red Planet and Transform Agriculture on Eart // Fraser and Newman show how setting the table off-planet will supercharge efforts to produce food sustainably here at home. For futurists, sci-fi geeks, tech nuts, business leaders, and anyone interested in the future of food, this book puts sustainability and adaptability on the menu in the face of our climate crisis.
A Rover's Story by Jasmine Warga
Built to explore Mars, Resilience begins to develop human-like feelings as he learns from the NASA scientists who assembled him, and as he blasts off and explores Mars, Resilience must overcome different obstacles as he explores the red planet.
Homestead Survival by Marty Raney
An Insider's Guide to Your Great Escape // Veteran homesteader and star of the Discovery Channel's Homestead Rescue Marty Raney shares a big-picture vision of how ordinary families can become radically resilient homesteaders: powering, feeding, and caring for themselves through their own efforts, and on their own land.
Middlemarch by George Eliot
Taking place in the years leading up to the First Reform Bill of 1832, this book explores nearly every subject of concern to modern life: art, religion, science, politics, self, society, and human relationships.
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Tag(s): survival, space, science, nonfiction, junior fiction, how-to, historical fiction, fiction, climate change, book notes
Posted to Campbell Unclassified on June 20, 2022 at 10:32 AM by Genesis Gaule
Our July Book Club pick is Race of the Century by Neil Bascomb. Check it out and then join us on July 26 at 6 pm to discuss. More information...
Unequal Michael Eric Dyson & Marc Favreau
A Story of America // Interconnected stories present a picture of racial inequality in America, showing systemic discrimination in all areas of society and showing the unbroken line of Black resistance to this inequality.
The Greatest Polar Expedition of All Time by Markus Rex
The Arctic Mission to the Epicenter of Climate Change // Interweaving history, science, and memoir, this book is a page-turner about the teamwork it takes to complete a risky goal, all in the name of understanding--and responding to--the climate crisis.
Outdoor Kids in an Inside World by Steven Rinella
Getting Your Family Out of the House and Radically Engaged with Nature // With the right mindset, families can find beauty, meaning, and connection in a life lived outdoors. Now, outdoors expert Steven Rinella shares the parenting wisdom he has garnered as a father whose family has lived amid the biggest cities and wildest corners of America.
Nasty, Brutish, and Short by Scott Hershovitz
Adventures in Philosophy with My Kids // From a Michigan professor of law and philosophy, a thought-provoking investigation into life's biggest questions with the help of great philosophers old and new-including his two young children.
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Tag(s): US history, travel, self-help, science, recreation, racism, politics, philosophy, parenting, nonfiction, nature, history, climate change, book notes, autobiographies, African Americans
Posted to Campbell Unclassified on April 18, 2022 at 6:23 PM by Genesis Gaule
Come and support the Friends of the Library during out Spring Book Sale April 22 and 23 (8 am to 5 pm). Don't forget to check out our $5 bag sale on Saturday! More information...
Hudson Bay Bound by Natalie Warren
Two Women, One Dog, Two Thousand Miles to the Arctic // The remarkable eighty-five-day journey of the first two women to canoe the 2,000-mile route from Minneapolis to Hudson Bay.
Beyond by Catherine Wolff
How Humankind Thinks About Heaven // In this engrossing cultural history of heaven, Catherine Wolff delves into how people and cultures have defined heaven over the centuries. She describes how different faiths and religions have framed it, how the sense of heaven has evolved, and how non-religious influences have affected it, from the Enlightenment to the increasingly non-religious views of heaven today.
The Defense Lawyer by James Patterson & Benjamin Wallace
The Barry Slotnick Story // From negotiating Melania Trump's pre-nup to representing the Dapper Don, from defending the Subway Vigilante to mediating Bette Midler's bathhouse contract, Bronx-native Bernard Slotnick's unparalleled acumen defined a profession, a city, and an era.
Islands of Abandonment by Cal Flyn
Nature Rebounding in the Post-Human Landscape // Cal Flyn, an investigative journalist, exceptional nature writer, and promising new literary voice visits the eeriest and most desolate places on Earth that due to war, disaster, disease, or economic decay, have been abandoned by humans. What she finds every time is an "island" of teeming new life: nature has rushed in to fill the void faster and more thoroughly than even the most hopeful projections of scientists.
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