New Books 2/5/18

Minimalism is encouraged in books from this week’s selections – both in bringing less into your home and in getting rid of more.  Also included are spy thrillers set in the past, the present and the near future, stories of the things we do for the family members we love, advice on how we can… Continue Reading New Books 2/5/18

Keys to the Past

Genealogy librarian Barbara Becker will be offering her 11th annual series of workshops for those interested in genealogy.  These classes are for beginners and seasoned pros as well.  To learn more about these workshops, read the Miami NewsRecord article below.  To learn what will be covered in each workshop, click on the Keys to the… Continue Reading Keys to the Past

New Books 1/29/18

Fake news is in the news and two of this week’s books discuss how political operatives use it and what citizens should do to stop it.  In addition, two new biographies – a comprehensive portrait of Laura Ingalls Wilder and an historical account of Edward Lansdale,  the CIA operative who proposed a much different approach… Continue Reading New Books 1/29/18

New Books 1/22/18

A book in the “didn’t-see-it-coming plot twist” category, another in the “organizing your home by a mass purge of your stuff” category, and a book to help you make 2018 the year you finally get your finances in order are all part of this week’s new books.  In addition there are books to help you… Continue Reading New Books 1/22/18