“The only thing you absolutely have to know is the location of the library.”
– Albert Einstein
“You Should Have Known”
By Jean Hanff Korelitz
Grace Reinhart Sachs’ perfect life was shattered in the instant a chasm opened her life – a violent death, a missing husband, and in the place of a man Grace thought she knew, only a chain of terrible revelations.
Sachs, a pediatric oncologist at a major cancer hospital, mother extraordinaire, and author of a book in which she takes to task women who do not value their intuition and pay attention to their first impressions of men, must create another life for her child and herself. Where to begin?
Well, there’s the murder of one of Grace’s fundraiser committee associates and the perfect husband who suddenly is not so perfect. This unsettling psychological drama will keep you turning pages very rapidly.
Kids have been making toys out of the junk adults throw away for years – remember some of those go-karts you made. Well, the kind of junk has changed a little over the years.
Now kids are going to the recycle bin and finding plastic milk bottles, old t-shirts, CDs, etc. The authors, with their own children In mind, have put together this fun book featuring paper crafts (including paper mache), stitchery crafts, creepy crafts (including simple Halloween costumes), wood crafts, model crafts like making a pyramid, and a chapter called Wacky Crafts. There’s a world of fun out there for boys – and girls, too. Lots of illustrations and templates.
“Posing for Wedding
Ah, the wedding pictures….Hyde’s beautiful book features both eye candy and practical reference for inspiring photography style. Although written for the professional photographer, I found practical ideas for the bride and groom.
The book includes sections on engagement photos, brides, brides and grooms, and wedding parties. Each photo includes a “tip” that makes the photo even more special. If an engagement or wedding is in your future, do not miss this.
a Life of Flight”
By Jay Barbree
Much has been written about Neil Armstrong, America’s modern hero and history’s most famous space traveler. NBC’s News Space Correspondent and a long-time friend of Armstrong’s Jay Barbree gives us the definitive story of his life of flight.
Neil flew combat missions in the Korean War and then flew a rocket plane called the X-15 to the edge of space before joining the astronaut crew. As an astronaut, he was a very quiet leader, and eventually would save his Gemini 8 crew by flying the first emergency return from Earth’s orbit and later landed Apollo 11 on the moon’s surface and he made the first footprints on someplace other than Earth.
“Houston, Tranquility Base here. The Eagle has landed.”
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