Celebrate Women’s History Month with Great Women Fiction Writers is the theme for the first display, which is on the main floor. It’s a great collection of popular and classic novels. It includes such authors as Jane Austen, Adriana Trigiani, George Eliot, Danielle Steel, Zadie Smith, Philippa Gregory, Margaret Atwood, Barbara Taylor Bradford, and Jane Smiley.
The second display is True Crime, fascinating tales of deviant behavior. Many of the stories were major headliners. Some titles are:
- A Death in Italy: The Definitive Account of The Amanda Knox Case – John Follain
- The Complete History of Jack the Ripper – Philip Sugden
- Fraud: An American History from Barnum to Madoff – Edward J. Balleisen
- Museum of the Missing: A History of Art Theft – Simon Houpt
- Al Capone: His Life, Legacy and Legend – Deirdre Bair
- Blood Brother: 33 Reasons My Brother Scott Peterson is Guilty – Ann Bird
Our third floor displays are:
March is National Nutrition Month, the theme for our health display. It includes books for complete nutrition, on what to feed your baby, kidney health, vitamins, and general health and well-being. There are lots of handouts on making better choices for your diet, beverage selection, and having an active life style.
The next display is Ideas: March is International Ideas Month. This display is a history of human ideas, thoughts and accomplishments. It’s about art and technology, inventions, entrepreneurs, and genius. Learn how we created our modern world with this innovative display!
March is a month that certainly gives us many themes. We hope that one or more of these displays offer you a stimulating read.
-posted by Betty, Reference Services