Nine Week Financial Workshop
The East Bangor United Methodist Community Church will host a "Financial Peace University" class with Dave Ramsey, nationally syndicated radio show host, starting on Saturday, January 9th at 1:00 p.m. and running for 9 weeks. The class is practical, entertaining and fun. It runs approximately 90 minutes and includes video and group discussion. The cost is $93.00 per person/couple/family, which includes Dave's best selling book, "Complete Guide to Money", a class workbook, a CD library of lessons and access to online resources. For more information on Dave Ramsey and his work, you can visit his website, DaveRamsey.com. To register, and for more information about the workshop contact Becky Saltern (email@example.com or 610-739-4024) or visit ebumc.org. The church is located at 136 West Central Ave. (Rt. 512),East Bangor.
Bangor Elks Open House
The Bangor Elks open house will be held Saturday January 9 from 7-11pm featuring Romeo Vegas. Tickets are $10 pp and also available at the door. For tickets call 610-588-3420.
Slate Belt Heritage Center Presentation
The Slate Belt Heritage Center will hold their monthly historic presentation on Sunday, January 10th at 2:00 PM. Speaker for the afternoon will be Heritage Center Curator and Pres., Melissa Hough whose topic will be "The Scots-Irish and Damn Dutch" .
Scots-Irish and German speaking people from Europe were the first immigrants to settle in the Slate Belt and surrounding area. Ms. Hough will explain why they left their homelands, how they adjusted to a new land and each other and what legacy they left for all of us.
The event is free (donations kindly accepted) and open to the public. The Heritage Center is located at 30 North 1st Street, Bangor, PA. For additional information contact: Karen Brewer @ 610-588-8615.
- Mix equal parts epsom salts and liquid dish detergent and scrub down the bath tub, sink, or shower area with it.
- Use equal parts cream of tartar and hydrogen peroxide mixed together to clean rust stains.
- Pour a can of soft drink in your toilet bowl and let it sit overnight. Brush and flush for a clean toilet bowl.
- Old pantyhose makes a great scrubber for the bathtub and sink.
- To keep rust spots from forming on the bottom of cans coat their bottoms with clear nail polish.
January 8, 1918 - Amid the ongoing World War in Europe, President Woodrow Wilson proposed his Fourteen Points, calling for a reduction of arms, self determination for governments, and the creation of a League of Nations.
January 8, 1982 - The American Telephone and Telegraph (AT&T) Company was broken up as a result of an antitrust suit. Opening the US to telephone competition.
Birthday - Elvis Presley (1935-1977) was born in Tupelo, Mississippi.
Blue Mountain Library - Open 10-12
Bangor Public Library - Open 10-4
Bangor Yard Waste - Dump in container at Bangor Park, 8-12.
Slate Belt YMCA - Open 8:00am - 4:00pm
Slate Belt Heritage Center - Open 12-3
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Nutrient deficiencies are killing your health
(BPT) - Key nutrients are cornerstones of good health, yet deficiency among Americans is skyrocketing. Are you unknowingly suffering from a nutrient shortage?
Dr. Ronald Hoffman, medical director of the Hoffman Center in New York City and host of the radio program "Intelligent Medicine," points to three major vitamin deficiencies affecting people today. He offers his expert insight on each and what you can do to fix the problem.
"Many North Americans are omega-3 deficient because we eat highly processed foods that lack essential fatty acids and not enough oily fish," says Hoffman. "The problem is particularly acute for vegetarians, those who prefer not to eat fish or are allergic, and young people who are picky eaters."
In the U.S. up to 91 percent of Americans are omega-3 deficient and a Harvard study ranked omega-3 deficiency as the eighth leading cause of preventable death. Omega-3s are considered "essential" because the body cannot make them and must ingest them from external sources.
Omega-3s benefit the body in countless ways, including the optimal functioning of cell membranes. "The cell membrane is responsible for translating messages from adjacent cells and organs into chemical work inside the cell," Hoffman explains.
There are more than 27,000 published studies on omega-3s showing the benefit of omega-3s, from brain and heart health to boosting mood and skin health. Omega-3s are particularly notable for cardiovascular health. The American Heart Association recommends at least 1 gram of omega-3 EPA and DHA a day for those with established coronary artery disease.
"Fish like salmon, tuna, mackerel and sardines provide the most omega-3s," says Hoffman. "I also recommend supplements in soft gels or liquid form, or gummies and emulsions for kids."
He notes when selecting a supplement, freshness and dosage is crucial.
"Processing, packaging, quality control, proper inventory management and distribution make a difference. I recommend Nordic Naturals because they are vertically integrated from boat to bottle, ensuring the absolute freshest and purest omega-3 products in a wide variety of delivery systems," Hoffman says. "I recommend that the average person take a dosage of 1 to 2 grams daily."
Because people can produce natural vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) with sunlight, many assume they get enough. In reality, vitamin D deficiency is widespread. Up to 36 percent of Americans are vitamin D deficient and up to 91 percent of pregnant women in the U.S. aren't getting enough of the sunshine vitamin.
"Vitamin D is actually more than a vitamin," Hoffman explains. "It's a 'pro-hormone' and modifies the expression of many genes. This means it plays a powerful role, not just in building bone, but in the body's immunity, muscle strength and even mood and cognition."
Many factors affect a person's ability to make enough vitamin D, including age and location. During sunny seasons, 10 to 45 minutes of direct sun exposure daily can help maintain adequate vitamin D, but for many people this is not possible all year long and supplementation is necessary.
"Current recommendations for vitamin D are 600 IU for ages 1-70; for pregnant or breast-feeding women and individuals over 70 it's 800 IU. But this dosage could short-change many individuals with special needs or who have inadequate sun exposure," says Hoffman. "The best bet is to measure vitamin D in the blood and supplement until an optimal blood level of 40-60 nanograms per milliliter is achieved."
Most people have heard of magnesium but are unsure how it impacts their health. An estimated 50 to 80 percent of Americans are deficient in magnesium, mostly due to a diet of refined foods.
"Magnesium is an essential mineral that is a co-factor for literally hundreds of biochemical pathways in the body," Hoffman explains. "It is particularly crucial for energy production in the mitochondria, tiny powerhouses within the cells. Therefore, inadequate magnesium can be responsible for physical fatigue and mental depression."
He also notes magnesium, along with calcium and vitamin D, is essential for bone health.
You can correct a deficiency by eating a diet rich in plant-based, unprocessed foods like nuts, leafy greens, avocados and dried fruit. However, many people require supplements to reach optimal magnesium levels.
"Check labels for the amount of elemental magnesium in each supplement and shoot for 200-500 mg daily. Be sure to meet with your doctor prior to taking any supplement," says Hoffman.
Terrier Helps Rescue Another Dog
A post on the Facebook page of the police department in Orange, Mass., said one of the escaped dogs repeatedly ran up to and barked at an officer before ultimately leading him to the other dog's location.
The dogs had escaped from their home after their owner was taken to the hospital with a medical condition, prompting a police officer to search the neighborhood.
"One of the dogs ran up to him, barking. The dog insisted that the officer follow him through a field to an embankment," the post read. "Officer Bisceglia saw that the second dog had slid on the ice, approximately 30 feet down to the bottom, and was wedged in some overgrowth."
Firefighters and animal control were eventually able to free the second dog who suffered some minor injuries.
Police praised the dog's heroism, comparing him to Lassie.
"Apparently any dog in the right circumstance can turn into 'Lassie'! Nice work by all involved," they wrote in the post.
Animal Control officer Jennifer Arsenault told Mass Live that the trapped dog was in good health after the incident.
"She is doing great," she said. "She didn't need any sutures or anything, just a good cleaning."
Tips to Avoid Overeating
If overeating is an issue you face, consider the following tips:
• Stay hydrated. Thirst is often confused for hunger. Stay hydrated so that when true hunger strikes, you will know what your body needs.
• Snack. It may sound counter-intuitive to eat more meals. But staying fueled throughout the day will prevent you from feeling ravenous and over-eating later.
• Rest. Lack of sleep can leave you hungry. Get proper rest each night.
• Make more room. It sounds simple but the more calories you burn, the more food your body requires. If you like large meals, consider “working up an appetite,” first.
Even if you follow the tips above, you may have trouble relying on your intuition when it comes to doling out properly sized portions. A new cookbook may prove useful with that challenge. “The Perfect Portion Cookbook,” offers 150 comfort food recipes that have undergone healthful makeovers. Each is easily divided into 100-calorie portions whether measured by a cup, piece or slice. Readers can enjoy 100-, 200-, 300- or 400 calorie servings of their favorite comfort foods. The book also offers tips for making meal plans, smart snacking and burning calories.
“Understanding realistic portion sizes and the calories within them is the first step,” says Anson Williams, “Happy Days,” TV star and director who has teamed with cookbook author Bob Warden and nutritionist Mona Dolgov to create the book.
“Without worry or guilt, we can all eat perfect portions of the foods we love and never overeat.”
The trio is offering this delicious recipe for Creamy Stovetop Mac & Cheese (recommended portion size: 300 calories = 1 cup):
TRAFFIC ALERTS WEEK OF JANUARY 4
Richmond Road (Lower Mt. Bethel)
Between Ott Drive and Miller Road will experience delays and single lane restriction 24 hours each day until further notice.
Between South Main St and Route 191 west lane closed into 2016. Follow detour. East lane (Rt 191 to S. Main) is open.
Grand Central Road
Between Delabole Road and Mack Road will be closed to through traffic until further notice.
Between BETWEEN: PA 191 AND Tatamy Road will experience delays and lane restriction January 4 from 9:00am to 2:00pm
Main St. (Pen Argyl)
Between Main St. and Rt 512 will experience delays and lane restriction January 4,5 from 9:00am to 2:00pm
Route 33 North
Between BETWEEN: PA 248 AND PA 191 will experience delays and lane restriction January 5 from 9:00am to 2:00pm
Route 33 South
Between BETWEEN: PA 248 AND Hecktown Road will experience delays and lane restriction January 6 from 9:00am to 2:00pm
Route 33 South
Between Hecktown Road AND US 22 will experience delays and lane restriction January 7 from 9:00am to 2:00pm
This Week at Bloom
Normal Open Studio Hours unless noted are:
Tuesday's from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Wednesday's from 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM
Friday's from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Saturday's from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Stop by and spend some time being creative. Studio fee is $8.00 during open hours. Check their Website for Special Events during the week
Please sign-up by going to the Bloom on-line store at mkt.com/bloomcreativestudio and reserve your space for any of these special events.
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Snowshoes and Hiking Poles Available at Jacobsburg
When: January, Monday thru Friday, 8:00 AM-2:30 PM
Where: Jacobsburg Visitor Center, 400 Belfast Road, Nazareth
Borrow snowshoe equipment to use on Jacobsburg’s trails this winter! Snowshoes are available for folks of any age or shoe size, including small children. Snowshoes will not be made available during times of insufficient snow cover, usually at least five inches of snow is required. To borrow equipment you must provide a driver’s license or other form of state issued identification. For more information call 610-746-2801 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can check their website at email@example.com for current winter conditions and snow depth.
Portland Girl Scout Troop Looking for New Members
The Portland Girl Scout Troop is looking for any interested girls in grades 4th thru 8th that would like to join their troop. The troop members are Juniors and Cadets. If you have a daughter that is younger than 4th grade you may contact the troop leader for more information. Meetings are held at the Portland Borough Hall located at 206 Division Street. Please contact the troop leader Pam at 484-764-2046 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Stay At Home Moms Group
If you are a stay at home mom in the Slate Belt Area and are looking for events to socialize and build friendships for yourself and your child/children you may be interested in joining this group of moms. The meetings will be held at various local spots and during school hours. For more information go to, www.meetup.com and search for Slate Belt Stay At Home Moms.
Weona Park Yoga
Yoga at the Community Center- Mondays and Thursdays, 6 P.M. to 7 P.M. $10 per session.
Musical Instrument Collection Drive
The BAHS Alumni Association is running a drive to collect used musical instruments to be donated to Bangor’s elementary band program. The instruments will be used as loaners for students who cannot afford to buy or rent them. We will take them regardless of their condition. If you have a musical instrument that is gathering dust, and you want to make a difference in a child’s life, call 610-588-5198. We will pick them up or tell you where you can drop them off. Let’s keep the music coming!
Your donations may be tax deductible.
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County Dog Licenses
The Northampton County Treasurer’s Office is informing all dog owners that 2016 annual dog licenses are now available online, by mail or in-person to county residents. Licenses must be renewed each year by Jan. 1 no matter when you purchased your previous year’s dog license. Licenses are valid from Jan. 1 to Dec. 31 of each year.
You may choose to apply for your 2016 dog license online at www.padoglicense.com There is a $2 service fee per license online. Your dog’s license will be mailed to you by the County Treasurer’s office within two to four business days.
Licenses are also available 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday at the County Treasurer’s office. If applying by mail, send a completed dog application with the proper fee and signed by the dog owner with a check made payable to County of Northampton, 669 Washington St., Easton, PA 18042. Further information about 2016 Dog Licenses can be found online at www.northamptoncounty.org or by calling the Treasurer’s office at 610-829-6186.
Property Tax Relief
If you live in the Bangor Area, Easton Area or Nazareth Area School District, you may be eligible for property tax relief under a program run by the individual school district. For more information, please visit , RepEmrick.com, and go to “Property Tax Relief” on the left navigation bar.
Fish Printing at Jacobsburg Park
On January 8th, 6:30-7:30 pm, learn the Japanese art of Gyotaku or fish printing. The group will use paint and model fish to make prints of various Pennsylvania species. You will also study their anatomy and habitat needs to create accurate paintings of fish in the wild. Paper will be provided, but you are welcome to bring a bandana or t-shirt to print on. It is recommended that you wear old clothes or a smock.
Registration is required. You can register for community programs online at http://events.dcnr.pa.gov/.
New Community Health Worker Certificate at NCC
Northampton Community College (NCC) will hold free information sessions on its new certificate program, Community Health Worker, and its nurse aide program in January. Attendance at one of the sessions is mandatory for enrollment in the programs.
Bridging the Workforce Gap: Lehigh Valley Workforce and Economic Strategy identifies “Health Care & Social Assistance” as a notable sector of job growth in 2016 and beyond. The report documents a significant demand for direct care providers, including community health workers, nurse aides and other health care workers.
The sessions will be held: Monday, January 11, and Wednesday, January 13, 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m., at the Fowler Family Southside Center, 511 E. Third Street, Bethlehem. Tuesday, January 19 and Thursday, January 21, 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m., at the NCC Monroe Campus, 2411 Route 715 in Tannersville.
For more information call 610-332-6585.
Bloom Bangor Open House Planned
Jacobsburg Park Offering Winter Bird Count
On Saturday, January 16th from 8am - 4pm, join Jacobsburg Park Educators as they spend the day birding at Jacobsburg and other places in the Bushkill Creek Watershed. They will count birds and look for oddball species that may have wandered into the area. Participants should dress for the weather and bring binoculars and a lunch.
Registration is required. You can register for community programs online at http://events.dcnr.pa.gov/.
Primer Workshop Event
Social workers, therapists, nurses, substance abuse counselors, corrections/law enforcement and champions of trauma work all are invited to A Two Bladed Sword: Domestic Violence & Societal Implications (3CEU’s). The workshop will be held from 9am-12pm on January 16th at Slate Belt Nursing & Rehabilitation Center. Keynote speaker is Jennifer Grube, author of “Whispers of Inspiration”. To register visit the jennifergrube.com/event
Fur Trappers Live Bid Auction
District 10 Trappers of Pennsylvania will host a Live Bid Fur Auction @ Belfast-Edelman Sportsman Association, 474 sportsman club Rd. Nazareth, January 16,2016.
Doors open at 8am. Auction begins at 9am. $5 refundable registration fee, 4% commission. Furtaker license and PTA membership required. Contact Bob Counterman 610-759-9203 Fur Auction @ Belfast-Edelman Sportsman Association, 474 sportsman club Rd. Nazareth, PA 18064.
Safe Haven Adoption Day
Safe Haven will have many adorable dogs available for you to meet and get to know. Safe Haven requires a pre-adoption application with references and a home visit prior to adoption.
Safe Haven Pet Rescue is a small group of dedicated volunteers from the West End of the Poconos who save highly adoptable dogs from high kill and overcrowded shelters and finds them loving homes. Shelter killing is the number one cause of dog deaths and Safe Haven has saved more than 800 lives so far.
Safe Haven Rescue needs volunteers to help with adoption days, fundraising, transporting dogs to vets and groomers and fostering homeless dogs until they find their forever homes. Help save homeless dogs.
For more information about Safe Haven, and to find a list of dogs available for adoption and adoption applications, please visit www.SafeHavenPa.org . Contact Safe Haven at SafeHaven@epix.net. Join Safe Haven Pa on Facebook.
Blau speaking to Young at Heart
History of Snowshoeing and Hike at Jacobsburg Park
On Saturday, January 23rd from 10-11:30am learn how to snowshoe while learning the history of these helpful winter tools. If there isn't any snow they will focus on using trekking poles and hike in boots. The hike will be about two miles. Bring water and a snack. Wear waterproof boots and dress for the weather.
Registration is required. You can register for community programs online at http://events.dcnr.pa.gov/.
Snowshoeing for Scouts
Scouts are invited to join Jacobsburg Park Educators on Saturday, January 23rd from 1-2:30pm. Scouts will learn how to prepare for being outdoors in winter as well as how to use snowshoes. They will go for a hike in snowshoes, stopping along the way to talk about outdoor scenarios and how to prepare for them. If there isn't any snow they will hike in boots. The hike will be about two miles. Bring water and a snack. Wear waterproof boots and dress for the weather.
Registration is required. You can view and register for community programs online at http://events.dcnr.pa.gov/.
Snow Ball Dinner and Dance
The Families First annual Snow Ball Dinner and Dance will be held January 23 from 6:00pm to midnight at the Weona Park recreation center. Entertainment with DJ Frank Franzo with Karaoke. Dinner by Tom Donohue of Pen Argyl Pizza. BYOB, casual dress, door prizes, basket raffles.
Tickets cost $25 in advance or $30 at the door. To purchase tickets call Frank Jones at 610-863-9095 ext 1308 or e-mail email@example.com. You can also contact Spring Shank at Pen Argyl High School, Kate Marstellar Wind Gap Middle School or Kelly Thomas Plainfield Elementary.
NCC to Offer RN and LPN Review Course
Classes will be held on Mondays, January 25 through May 2, from 6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. at the Fowler Family Southside Center, 511 E. Third Street, Bethlehem. Skills labs will be held on Saturdays and Sundays, 9:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. and February 21 and 22.
The fee for the RN review is $900 plus $50 materials fee. For the LPN review, the fee is $700 plus $50 materials fee.
To register, visit www.northampton.edu/LifeLearn. For more information, call 610-332-6585 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Slate Belt Visioning Session
Columcille's Annual Women's Retreat Weekend
Keeping with tradition, the Women of Columcille invite you to come celebrate and honor their beloved Brighid, Goddess of Fire and Water. It is also that time of year when life slowly begins to flow and move underneath. It is the return of 'Light', the beginning of Spring also known as Imbolc 'flowing of ewe's milk' when it was all agrarian society. Celebrate and prepare for the return of 'Light' once again through ceremony, song, ritual and camaraderie of all your Sisters or just take 'me' time, walk the land, meditate and reflect!
You must registration by January 24th. For full information on the retreat and registration information please visit www.columcille.org
Eagle Watching Along the Delaware
The upper Delaware River is one of the best places in the east to observe wintering Bald Eagles. Join us for this trip as we venture up along the river in the scenic Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area from Arrow Island to Milford in search of these magnificent birds. Golden Eagles have also been observed on these trips in the past. This is a great opportunity for photographers. Please dress for the weather and bring binoculars and a lunch. There will be a stop for snacks and hot beverages along the way.
Registration is required. Limited van transportation is available for first time participants. You can view and register for community programs online at http://events.dcnr.pa.gov/.
Young at Art - Expo of Art Camps
Families with children (ages four to eighteen years old) will enjoy meeting the various exhibitors and learning about the artistic opportunities for their aspiring creatives. The day’s festivities will showcase an arts demonstration, performance or activity every 25-minutes so children will have a chance “to try on what kind of artist” they want to be this summer.
Ask The Doc........
Technology can be wonderful!
I know sometimes new technologies can be frustrating and leave us questioning whether “progress” is worth the hassle. But, that is not the case with intra-oral digital scanners. We have been using our digital scanner at Family Dental Care now for 3 months, and the results are amazing.
Sure, it’s pretty “cool” technology, and it has been totally comfortable for patients. No gagging going on! And the turn around time is much shorter. All of these are pluses, but here is the real benefit… the accuracy and fit of what we are making.
I can comfortably predict a great fit of your new crowns, splints, Invisalign aligners, retainers, and anything else we scan for. That makes it worthwhile.
It’s one thing to restore your mouth to health, but I want, you want, and you deserve to rest assured that what is placed in your mouth is the best possible fit known to dentistry.
Digital scanning is here to stay at Family Dental Care. Feel free to ask us about our scanner. Garywilliamsdmd.com.
Slate Belt Senior Center
Blue Valley Farm Show Complex
700 American Bangor Road
Bangor, ph 610-588-1224
Hours: 8:00 A.M.-4:00 P.M.
Looking for volunteers - to help plan/set up for parties & special events
Pool Tables are available every morning and Tuesday and Friday afternoons
Craft& Chat - Tuesdays 9:00 am.
Zumba Gold W/janis - Tuesdays 10:00 am.
Brush Away with Senior Artists - Wednesdays 8:00-11:00 am.
Afternoon with the Arts - Thursdays 12:15 pm
Happy New Year - (Center Will Be Closed) January 1, 2016
Poker - Thursday, January 7, 12:15 pm.
Card Club - Friday, January 8, 12:15-3:00 pm
Aarp Meeting - Monday, January 11, 1:30 pm.
Dance Performance - Wednesday, January 13, 3:00-4:00 pm
Baseball - Thurs January 14, 10 am.
Cooking Demonstration - Friday, January 15, 1:30 pm.
Closed - Monday, January 18
The Blues - Wednesday January 20, 10:00 am.
Poker - Thursday, January 21, 12:15 pm
Bunco - Fri. January 22, 10:00 am.
Winter Pictionary - Friday, January 22, 12:15 pm
The Blues - Wednesday, January 27, 10:00 am.
Farkle - Thurs January 28, 12:15 pm.
Start of Baby Face - (For Information See Joan Shafer) Friday, January 29
Comedy Open Mic - Friday, January 29, 12:15 pm
New Books at
Blue Mt. Community Library
Cross Justice, James Patterson
Precious Gifts, Danielle Steel
White Collar Girl, Renee Rosen
The Promise, Robert Crais
The Idea of Love, Patti C. Henry
Guilty, David Baldacci
Along the Infinite Sea, Beatriz Williams
The Japanese Lover, Isabel Allende
Winter Stroll, Elin Hilderbrand
The Crossing, Michael Connelly
Crimson Shore, Douglas Preston
All The Stars in the Heavens, Adriana Trigiani
Tricky Twenty-Two, Janet Evanovich
Eight Hundred Grapes, Laura Dave
Corrupted, Lisa Scottoline
New Adult Large Print:
A Knights Bridge Christmas, Carla Neggers
The Magic Strings of Frankie Presto, Mitch Albom
All Dressed in White, Mary Higgins Clark
The Golem of Paris, Jonathan Kellerman
The Devil Wins, Robert Parker
Heartsong Cottage, Emily March
Stars of Fortune, Nora Roberts
Dashing Through the Snow, Debbie Macomber
The Mistletoe Inn, Richard Paul Evans
Christmas Bells, Jennifer Chiaver
When Secrets Strike, Marta Perry
New Adult Non-Fiction:
Troublemaker, Leah Remini
If I Can't Have You, Greg Olsen
Better, Amy Robac
The Stranger She Loved, Shanna Hogan
New Books at
Bangor Public Library
Bloom, Amy: a Blind Man Can See How Much I Love You;
Brosnan, Meredith: Mr. Dynamite;
Campbell, Bebe: What You Owe Me
David, Susan Page: Pieces of the Past; Dodge, Vera: Muslin Mystery; Hawthorne, Nathaniel: the Scarlet Letter; Hyde, Catherine: Worthy;
Lee, Harper: to Kill a Mockingbird;
Michaels, Fern: Perfect Match;
Peters, Elizabeth He Shall Thunder in the Sky
Putnam, Cara: Timeless Treasures;
Roberts, Nora: Red Lily; California Dreams
Wilson, Susan: the Dog Who Saved Me.
Adult non Fiction
Bowker, John Westerdale: God a Brief History;
Jackson, Laura: the Light Between Us
Kast, Marlise Elizabeth: Fodors Costa Rica 2015
Palin, Sarah: Good Tidings and Great Joy
Perino, Dana: and the Good News Is
Sherrill, John: the Hiding Place; Tee, Susanna: Fish and Seafood Bible.
Large Print Fiction
Bagshawe, Tilly: Sidney Sheldons Angel of the Dark
Coulter, Catherine: the Final Cut
Ellison, J.t.: Edge of Black
Gardner, Lisa: Catch Me
Staub, Wendy Corsi: Dying Breath.
Young Adult Fiction
Noel, Alyson: Evermore
Wells, H.g.: the War of the Worlds.
Alcott, Louisa May: Little Women;
Osborne, Mary Pope: My Secret War;
Stevenson, Robert Louis: Treasure Island.
Junior non Fiction
Hindley, Judy: the Usborne Time Traveler.
Good Day for It; the Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe; Macgyver Season 1; 2; 3; Prince Caspian and the Voyage of the Dawn Treader; the Silver Chair..
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