The best camera is the one you have with you. We will explore the iPhone camera app and learn basic photographic techniques to improve... more
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Events for Adults
Come Celebrate Forrest Gump’s twentieth birthday, the heartwarming movie that helped us learn that life is a box of chocolate.... more
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The Adult Readers' Blog
Crisp cool winds, falling leaves, feels like Halloween is approaching; time for a creepy scary book to read! Check out these books and get into the Halloween experience.
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The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt
As snow falls on Columbus today one might be contemplating an engrossing long winter’s read? Donna Tartt’s first book in ten years, The Goldfinch weighs in at nearly 800 pages, but don’t be daunted. The writing is lovely and deep as a snowdrift. Just plow right in.
The Possibilty Dogs: what a handful of "unadoptables" taught me about service, hope, and healing by Susannah Charleson
The Possibility Dogs, is a fine book about raising, training, and working with search and rescue dogs. In this book, the author explores the realm of psychiatric service dogs; the characteristics and qualities required, and the incredible types of aids/interventions these dogs provide to their human partners. This book is an intriguing look at a little-understood and oft underrated branch of canine service.
The Outsider: A Memoir by Jimmy Connors
I was a huge tennis fan during the Connors and Borg era. It was the sport I should have played as a young athlete. The writing feels honest and fresh but not particularly good. Still it is very entertaining and Connors hands out some dirt on tennis folks but what would you expect the author is Jimmy Connors! I liked Connors family stories in East St. Louis. Family was important to what made Connors a tennis star and he gives due homage with no reservations.