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Posted to Campbell Unclassified on February 22, 2022 at 1:14 PM by Genesis Gaule
R.A.L.F. is back every other Thursday at 4 pm! We've got Random Awesome Library Fun for any kid in grades 6-12. More information...
Backyard Playgrounds by David Stiles and Jeanie Stiles
Build Amazing Treehouses, Ninja Projects, Obstacle Courses, and More! // In this book, Jean and David Stiles offer user-friendly plans and step-by-step instructions to help you build something great in your own backyard. They offer a range of easy, timeless projects that can be made in an afternoon—trolley ride, treasure chest, circle swing, lemonade stand—alongside more ambitious projects, like the warped wall and treehouse.
On Consolation by Michael Ignatieff
Finding Solace in Dark Times // When we lose someone we love, when we suffer loss or defeat, when catastrophe strikes-war, famine, pandemic-we go in search of consolation. Recreating the moments when great figures found the courage to confront their fate and the determination to continue unafraid, this book takes those stories into the present, movingly contending that we can revive these traditions of consolation to meet the anguish and uncertainties of our precarious 21st century.
Profit and Punishment by Tony Messenger
How America Criminalizes the Poor in the Name of Justice // Tony Messenger has spent years in county and municipal courthouses documenting how poor Americans are convicted of minor crimes and then saddled with exorbitant fines and fees, then often sent to prison when they couldn't pay. In this remarkable feat of reporting, Messenger exposes the tragedy of modern-day debtors prisons, and how they destroy the lives of poor Americans swept up in a system designed to penalize the most impoverished.
Cosmic Queries by Neil DeGrasse Tyson
StarTalk's Guide to Who We Are, How We Got Here, and Where We're Going // In this groundbreaking book, world-renowned astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson tackles the world's thorniest philosophical conundrums, armed with wit, wisdom, and cutting-edge science. Together with distinguished physicist James Trefil, Tyson presents questions that have preoccupied humanity for millennia. Then, using the latest theories, from the Big Bang to string theory and the multiverse, he explores the answers, bolstered with stunning images and the latest insights from missions to planets, moon, asteroids, and beyond.
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Tag(s): sports and recreation, space, sociology, social justice, self-help, science, psychology, poverty, physics, outdoors, nonfiction, law, how tos, grief and loss, debt, criminal justice, book notes, astronomy
Posted to Campbell Unclassified on February 14, 2022 at 10:09 AM by Genesis Gaule
Join us February 24 at 6 pm to hear Dr. Jerry Vanek retell the tale of the 1925 dog sled serum run where twenty Alaskan dog mushers, mail carriers and trappers carried life-saving diphtheria antitoxin across the Alaskan wilderness. More information...
How to Suffer Outside by Diana Helmuth and Latasha Dunston
A beginner's guide to hiking and backpacking // Part critique of modern hiking culture and part how-to, this book will help novice hikers get started without spending a fortune -- even seasoned hikers will find plenty of tips.
Declutter Like a Mother by Allie Casazza
A Guilt-Free, No-Stress Way to Transform Your Home and Your Life // Successful business entrepreneur Allie Casazza shares her powerful and proven method for clearing the clutter in our minds by first clearing the clutter in our homes, the place where transformation begins.
648.8 CASAZZA // Also in e-audiobook
How to Do the Work by Dr. Nicole LePera
Recognize Your Patterns, Heal from Your Past, and Create Your Self // From Dr. Nicole LePera, creator of "The Holistic Psychologist"--the online phenomenon with more than 2M followers on Instagram--comes a revolutionary approach to self-improvement, integrating the tools of various modalities and disciplines with traditional psychology to offer a practical program that guides readers to create radical change.
How to Raise Kids Who Aren't Assholes by Melinda Wenner Moyer
Science-Based Strategies for Better Parenting—from Tots to Teens // A clear, actionable, sometimes humorous (but always science-based) guide for parents on how to shape their kids into honest, kind, generous, confident, independent, and resilient people...who just might save the world one day.
Tag(s): sports and recreation, self-help, psychology, parenting, outdoors, organization, nonfiction, how tos. storytelling, homemaking, home management, history, hiking, decluttering, book notes
Posted to Campbell Unclassified on September 14, 2020 at 9:59 AM by Genesis Gaule
The library is now open on Tuesdays & Fridays! These books can also be checked out through our Front Door Pick Up on Mondays & Thursdays or by scheduling an appointment on a Wednesday.
Women Talking by Miriam Toews
For the past two years, more than a hundred girls in a Mennonite colony have been repeatedly violated in the night by demons coming to punish them for their sins. Now the women know they were in fact drugged and attacked by men from their community, and the women are now determined to protect themselves and their daughters from future harm.
Code Name Hélène by Ariel Lawhon
Based on the real-life story of socialite spy Nancy Wake, this spellbinding story of enduring love, remarkable sacrifice, and unfaltering resolve is told in interweaving timelines organized around the four code names Nancy used during the war.
Walking with Glenn Berkenkamp by Glenn Berkenkamp
In 35 guided mindfulness walks, Berkenkamp invites us to discover how we sense, move, think, and feel in our bodies—and engage a greater sense of presence and being in our lives.
The Answer Is... by Alex Trebek
Since debuting as the host of Jeopardy! in 1984, Trebek has been something like a family member to millions of television viewers. After receiving a flood of kindness following his diagnosis of stage four pancreatic cancer, Trebek decided to share his story in this book.
Tag(s): world war II, suspense, rape, psychological fiction, outdoors, nonfiction, misogyny, Mennonite colonies, memoirs, historical fiction, health & fitness, fiction, espionage, cancer, book notes