My seek and find ended with the following titles:
- Laura Bush: an intimate portrait of the first lady by Ronald Kessler
- A Can of Peas: the story of a small town and a season of hope by Traci DePree
- Finding My Way Home: Pathways to Life and the Spirit by Henri J.M. Nouwen
- A PBS Videorecording called "The War on Boys"
Should be interesting!
gem! It is a little over 100 pages and is a delightful read of a nun-turned-hermit whose journey with the Lord led her to a life of poverty in primitive Appalachia. It will make you laugh, wonder, and think freshly about finding the Lord in the simple things of life.
Libraries foster our sense of community. It's fun to meet other people there and feel a part of a larger whole. Using a library also reinforces sharing...we must learn to wait our turn, take care of communal property, and return promptly. Libraries are for everyone regardless of race, religion, socioeconomic status, etc...we are all the same and on the hunt for greater knowledge, wisdom, laughter, connection, inspiration, and retreat through the world of books. What a wonderful place to get our children in the habit of frequenting!
What jewels did you pick up from the library lately?