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Chinese New Year’s resolution: check out a book about dogs, read to a dog at the animal shelter, or donate to a local dog rescue group.

Happy Year of the Dog!

Caring Hands Humane Society
Heartstrings Animal Advocates
Newton Dog Park Project
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Today is Do a Grouch a Favor Day!
If you're not sure what kind of favor your grouch might like, you could come in and check out a book or DVD to see if you can get any good ideas.
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Adult Summer Book TALKs

Thursday, June 5, 2014 at 7:00 PM 

Gilead by Marilynne Robinson

Gilead is written as a letter from the aging John Ames to his young son. It chronicles the lives of three generations of Ames men who took different approaches to the same moral questions.

Winner of the Pulitzer Prize (2005)
Winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award (2004)

Didn’t read the book? NO PROBLEM!

There are no tests, quizzes or uncomfortable moments in the Book TALK Series! Come listen to our guest speaker, Bill Brown, and enjoy a relaxing evening in the library.

Bill Brown is a professor emeritus of English and Humanities at Kansas Wesleyan University.

 

This series is sponsored by the Kansas Humanities Council.  For more information on the TALK Series, visit http://kansashumanities.org/programs/talk-about-literature-in-kansas/