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Christmas in the Book Nook

Our library is ready for ADVENT Borrow books and CDs to tell the story of Christmas to your family. Both adult and children’s books are available to borrow for 3 weeks. You will find a good selection on display. If you have a special request one of our volunteers will gladly assist you. CDs may be borrowed for 2…

New in the Book Nook

A Long Walk to Water written by Linda Sue Park. This store is based on a true story. Included in this book are two stories about two young people in Sudan.  The book was purchased for our youth but anyone can borrow it for 3 weeks. It is on display.

New in the Book Nook

God is My Friend and Learning to be A Good Friend are two children’s books on friendship. They are well illustrated.  In the front of the book is a message to parents or teachers and caring adults. On Display —— Borrow for 3 weeks.  

New in the Book Nook

Living Thoughtfully Dying Well written by Glen E. Miller, M.D. A doctor explains how to make DEATH a natural part of LIFE.  With compassion honed by serving overseas among despairing people and the practical ideas gleaned from his medical practice, the author provides rich guidance to aging persons to live more fully and proactively plan for a good…

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The December Project written by Sara Davidson A biography of a spiritual genius preparing for his last day, by helping us prepare for our next day. The author and Rabbi created strategies to deal with pain and memory loss and found tools to cultivate fearlessness and joy at any age. On display —– Borrow for…

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Made for Goodness written by Desmond Tutu and Mpho Tutu. “Desmond Tutu has walked the talk all his adult life. We can all be grateful that together with his daughter Mpho, he has now shared his secrets of why he has so much hope and joy”. On display —- Borrow for 3 weeks

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Living More with Less written by Doris Janzen Longacre “This book was decades ahead of its time, and is just as relevant to-day as it was thirty years ago. With fresh voices and new ideas alongside the gems it is known for, this book is all about preserving artful living, celebrating the age old wisdom…

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The Day the Crayons Quit by Drew Daywalt and Illustrated by Oliver Jeffers.  Poor Duncan just wants to colour.  But when he opens his box of crayons, he finds only letters, all saying the same thing.  We Quit.  What is Duncan to do?  Read to discover the answer.  On Display – Borrow for 3 weeks.