Jan. 18, 2008 Library Books

The following books are available at the Clovis-Carver Public Library:

Old Bear by Kevin Henkes was given by Dr. and Mrs. Ben Russell in memory of Lois McCready.

Old bear hibernates in the winter, dreaming about his life as a cub in the outdoors in this gentle tale about the changing seasons of life.

Hello, Day! by Anita Lobel was given by Dr. and Mrs. Ben Russell in memory of Lois McCready.

The simple text and flowing rhythm of this vividly illustrated book begins in the morning and ends at night as various animals greet the day in their own unique voices.

Answers to Questions About the National Flood Insurance Program; Clovis, NM Master Drainage Study, Design Guidelines for Flood Damage Reduction; and Flood Emergency and Residential Repair Handbook are just a few of the titles contained in the Library’s collection for flood prevention and repair. Ask at the Reference Desk if you would like to check out these materials or see a complete list of the documents on this subject.

Moving Forward: Taking the Lead in Your Life by Dave Pelzer shows how you can move beyond the obstacles and challenges in your life and how to maintain the dignity, esteem, and beliefs that define who you really are.

Try Darkness by James Bell finds lawyer Ty Buchanan defending a woman with a six-year-old daughter in an illegal eviction case that turns to murder, calling upon skills he never needed in the employ of a civil law firm.

Making Up with Mom: Why Mothers and Daughters Disagree About Kids, Careers, and Casseroles (And What to Do About It) by Julie Halpert explores a wide range of communication issues between generations and how to resolve them so that mothers and daughters can reclaim their loving relationships.

Being Elizabeth by Barbara Taylor Bradford takes a twist on the sixteenth-century Queen of England in a modern tale of a powerful woman who is head of a corporate empire, totally in control, marriage-phobic, yet deeply drawn to experience love on her own terms.