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JUNE 2022Cameron Hanes was 20 years old when he discovered his love of bowhunting. While on a journey to become the very best in the sport, he discovered that the mental and physical strength he would need came through a daily regiment of long distance running and heavy weight lifting. That was 30 years ago and today he runs 200+ mile ultra marathons and is constantly pushing himself to achieve new personal bests in any goal he sets for himself.Part memoir, part self motivational -- this book will show how if you are strong mentally, you can push yourself physically to accomplish anything.
MAY 2022Based on a true story, a big flatbed truck gets stuck on a small island off the coast of Maine, blocking traffic from both directions.Filled with wonderful drawings, the book captures the trust an cooperation amongst a small community. But the best part is the reveal of what the truck was bringing to the island. You'll have to read the book to find out what!!
A delightful children's picture book that reminds us of the importance of taking a few moments out of our day to be mindful of ourselves, others, and our surroundings. The drawings of the young child and their incredibly adorable dog will bring a smile to anyone's face (dog lover or not). Includes ideas at the back of the book for mindful walks you can go on with your furry friend and little one!
MARCH 2022Charlie Gordon is a young man with a low IQ who agrees to undergo an experiment that will turn him into a genius after witnessing the success on a mouse named Algernon. As Charlie struggles to navigate the new world that has opened up to him, he comes to realize that the change is only temporary, only this time he fully understands.For m, the following quote sums up the book perfectly: "I don't know what's worse: to not know what you are and be happy, or to become what you've always wanted to be, and feel alone."
FEBRUARY 2022This beautifully illustrated children's book guides young readers through the forest while introducing them to Ojibwe words for nature. A fantastic introduction of another language for young children.Includes a pronunciation guide in the back of the book.
JANUARY 2022The true story of the most catastrophic library fire in American history. A mystery that still remains unsolved, the author explores the person most believe is responsible, an actor named Harry Peak, and his motive.However, the heart of the book explores the history of libraries and how they really are civic centers, a sort of town hall if you will. She examines the future of libraries and showcases how fundamentally important they are for our country. A true nod, a love letter perhaps, to libraries.
OCTOBER 2021A dystopian horror story set in the near future, where under a totalitarian and militaristic ruler 100 teenage boys are forced to endure an annual walking contest where there can only be one winner. Their pace cannot fall below four miles an hour; after three warnings, they are permanently removed. The winner is promised anything he wants for the rest of his life.With every page turn, you'll be holding your breath as you follow the main character, 16 year old Ray Garraty, to see what fate awaits him.
The true heartwarming story of one man's efforts to heal the spirit, body and mind of an abused animal. When Christopher McDougall was asked to take in a neglected donkey he had no idea what he was in for. Searching for a way to bond with his new family member, Sherman, he read about burro racing and started the process of training. Along the way, he was helped by numerous people, organizations, and other four legged creatures, all with heir unique stories and legacies. A triumphant testament to the power of movement and the unbreakable bond that humans and animals forge. Not just for runners or animal lovers, but for all people.
MAY 2021Book 1 in a planned 10 book series >:O.Told from the viewpoint of 3 main characters, you'll find yourself rooting for one of them more than you can imagine for a fictional person. At over 1200 pages, it's an investment in time and energy, but you'll realize that it's not nearly enough! Beautiful, heroic, frustrating, exhilarating, and awe inspiring (just a few of the emotions that you'll experience during your read). The start of an epic fantasy series (no dwarves or dragons here). Simply phenomenal....
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During World War I, hundreds of women and girls went to work in factories, painting watch and military dials with the newly discovered element, radium. When they walked home at night, they would literally be glowing from the luminous paint. Soon after, they started to experience gruesome side effects, and their fight for justice would lead to changes in the labor laws that endure to this day. Their case became one of the first in the country where employers were made responsible for the health of their employees and ultimately lead to the establishment of OSHA. An unbelievable story you will never forget!