The Biblio File: Library News
Tuesday, April 25, 6:45-7:30 p.m.
Join us in the Library tomorrow evening for an enchanting evening of Fractured Fairy Tales. Hosted by Michelle Long, the event features the Grade 7 class who will perform a readers’ theatre. Cookies and milk provided! Sponsored by grassroots & Literacy for Life.
How does your garden grow?
Now that the snow has gone, it’s time to think about our yards. The Library’s extensive collection of gardening books has recently been augmented by a number of great additions from the high school library, including Beautiful No-Mow Yards pictured above. If you think you know what we offer on this subject, have a look at these books from the high school that are now part of our collection:
Beautiful No-Mow Yards: 50 Amazing Lawn Alternatives by Evelyn J. Hadden
Building and Using Cold Frames by Charles Siegchrist
Carrots Love Tomatoes: Secrets of Companion Planting for Successful Gardening by Louise Riotte
The Complete Handbook of Garden Plants by Michael Wright
Compost This Book! by Tom Christopher
The Edible Front Yard: The Mow-less, Grow-more Plan for a Beautiful, Bountiful Garden by Ivette Soler
Edible Landscaping by Rosalind Creasy
Front Yard Gardens: Growing More than Grass by Liz Primeau
Home Grown Whole Grains by Sara Pitzer
Hydroponic Food Production: A Definitive Guidebook for the Advanced Home Gardener and the Commercial Hydroponic Grower by Howard M. Resh
Men Against the Desert by James Henry Gray
Vertical Gardening: Grow Up, Not Out, for More Vegetables and Flowers in Much Less Space by Derek Fell
Wild Rice in Canada by S.G. Aiken
Wild Ricing in Manitoba by Manitoba Historic Resources Branch