|Find me in the garden . . .|
|I am near a door . . .|
|Another garden . . .|
|That candle is CROOKED!!!|
|Hmmmm, where could I be?|
|Which window is this?|
|I have my eye on you!|
Education is our theme for September! Those who are taking part in our “Year of Reading” we hope you read a book, watch a movie, listen to an item, read a magazine, that somehow pertains to education. As you all know, we are VERY relaxed about the relationship of your item to our theme, so enjoy something today. Our September sponsor is Gardiner Family Chiropractic, so thank them next time you have an adjustment!
When I set off on a vacation, particularly to a place I have never been to before, I enjoy borrowing travel books so I can have the lay of the land and major “hot spots” already in my mind. The library has many volumes of travel books such as Fodor’s, Frommer’s, and Idiot’s Guides to help you plan and think about your trip way before you actually arrive and begin to make those decisions on the spur of the moment.
We would like to offer a HUGE thank you to our other sponsors!!!
January was sponsored by At Home Veterinary Care, in West Gardiner.
February was sponsored by Book It! the library’s used book store on Water Street here in Gardiner.
March was sponsored by the Community Wellness Center, in Gardiner.
One of my favorite “reference books” is VideoHounds’ Golden Movie Retriever. This book rates movies on DVD from a high of four bones to a low of no bones which merits a “Woof!”. The index is great for accessing movies by actor, director, awards, and even category. Looking for a movie that deals with Mistaken Identity? How about Invasion of the Body Snatchers or Seconds? VideoHound has 4 columns of titles to keep you busy there. Want to see something about a wedding from hell? Head right to that category and see what’s available. There you will find among others Niagarastarring Marilyn Monroe. You can even get as narrow a search as Zombie soldiers, such as They Saved Hitler’s Brain.
Another wonderful addition to the Marvel Databases is Maine Newsstand. I must say this one, as a “Maine-I-Ac” is fascinating.