The following books are available at the Clovis-Carver Public Library:
The Fun Way to Better Bridge Play by Harry Lampert was given by Jim and Carolyn Shipley in memory of Marge Westfall, mother of Linda Palla.
Starting from the basics, this intriguing beginner’s book offers a very pleasant way to learn the world’s most fascinating card game and gives you the solutions to the problems you meet every day as a declarer or a defender.
The Fun Way to Serious Bridge by Harry Lampert was given by Jim and Carolyn Shipley in memory of Marge Westfall, mother of Linda Palla.
Anyone who wants to learn the fundamentals of the challenging game of contract bridge will find information on the basic rules of bidding, patterns of play, how tricks are won, when to delay trumps, and much more.
World War II: The Allied Counteroffensive, 1942-1945 edited by Douglas Brinkley was given by Jerry Stone in memory of Russell J. Stone.
Drawn from the documents, speeches, diaries, and newspaper reporting that defined World War II, these writings vividly portray the heroism and the terror of combat, the major events of the war, and the relief and scars that followed the final victory.
Cagney & Lacey … And Me: An Inside Hollywood Story or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Blonde by Barney Rosenzweig chronicles the rise and fall of the hit TV series that had more behind-the-scenes juicy melodrama than any daytime soap opera.
As a public service, the library provides government publications on flood management and prevention. Most of these documents are available for checkout for anyone interested in flood-proofing a building, repairing flood damage, identifying the local flood plain, or finding expert assistance for individual homeowners with flood concerns. A list of titles is available at the reference desk, and borrowers can ask for assistance finding them.