The Riverbend Book Discussion Group will meet Tuesday evening, Oct. 27th to discuss A BRIEF HISTORY OF TIME, by Stephen Hawking, which is a very relevant choice considering his and recent claim to have solved the information paradox of “Hawking radiation” (the supposed, or perceived evaporation of energy in a blackhole). Should be an informative discussion; I am personally looking forward to benefiting from the book and discussion since I don’t even understand what I just wrote.
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With funds from the David and Lida Flikkema Endowment, we were able to increase our collection with a new elementary math book set. Small doses of new material and clear, real-world visuals hope to provide children help in understanding a multitude of basic mathematical concepts. Since they are rebus readers, even young children could browse through these with interest.
Some new fictional and many non-fictional titles which will be receptive (or rather — indifferent) to your ogling include:
CITY OF ECHOES, by Robert Ellis
DANCE OF THE BONES: A J.P. Beaumont and Brandon Walker Novel (#22), by Judith A. Jance
MAKE ME: A Jack Reacher Novel, by Lee Child
THE PHOTOGRAPH, by Beverly Lewis Continue reading Step Right Up and Take a Book
AN AMISH CRADLE, by Beth Wiseman
BAD MEN DIE, by William W. Johnstone
THE GIFT, by Wanda Brunstetter Continue reading New Large Print Editions