Published: Friday, June 15th, 2007
The following books are available at the Clovis-Carver Public Library: The Cowboy Way: Seasons of a Montana Ranch, by David McCumber, was given by Bill and Ella Hodges in memory of Lee Wesley Hodges. An account of one man’s extraordinary journey into the heart of the American West describes a year on a working ranch where for 12 months a grown man lived every young boy’s dream. Theories for Everything: An Illustrated History of Science from the Invention of Numbers to String Theory, by John Langone, presents a lively overview of humankind’s never-ending quest for knowledge and the great minds, vital discoveries, and scientific accomplishments that occurred over 40 centuries of time. Tread Lightly: Venomous and Poisonous Animals of the Southwest, by Rich Wagner, provides information on more than three dozen species of snakes, spiders, insects, and other wildlife, along with basic first aid suggestions, how to avoid being bitten, and how to tell the harmless from the dangerous. Iraq: a War features photographs, by The Associated Press, whose intrepid photo-journalists have labored in often desperate conditions to bring images of the war to the rest of the world. The Wolves at the Door: The True Story of America’s Greatest Female Spy, by Judith Pearson, tells the story of Virginia Hall, a remarkable woman who left a comfortable life in Baltimore to work for the British Special Operations Executive during World War II. Amy Knapp’s Family Organizing Handbook, by Amy Knapp, offers 314 mom-tested super tips, tricks, and secrets to take care of everything with time left for what really matters. I Can Read You Like a Book, by Gregory Hartley, explains how to spot the messages and emotions people are really sending with their body language, helping you to evaluate who to distrust and who would make a good friend.
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