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100 Best Cruise Vacations, compiled by Theodore W. Scull, is the perfect companion for the armchair traveler planning that next trip.
Have a new scanner, but no idea how to utilize its potential? Computer whiz Jill Gilbert gives the reader some expert and easy tips from picking the best scanner for your needs, learning how to digitally cut and paste those pictures, and create professional Web sites. Check out How to Do Everything with Your Scanner.
Cooking Wild in Kate's Kitchen, is overflowing with fabulous venison dishes that are fast and fancy. Author and cook, Katie Fiduccia has hunted and cooked venison across North America from Northern Quebec to New Mexico.
Almost 20 different species of fish are highlighted in The Complete Guide to Freshwater Fishing. This guide includes proven techniques, equipment and skills for catching North America's most popular game fish.
In a generously illustrated guide, Marshall Brian and a wide range of experts have explained the magic behind everyday items and processes. How Stuff Works is an informational guide and an eye-opener to the miracles of cable modems, aspirin, tattoos, viruses, cell phones, boomerangs, ballpoint pens and over a 100 more topics. Find this information at www.howstuffworks.com.
The Friends of the Library are celebrating National Library Week by holding the Scholastic Book Fair, April 11-14 in the Community Room.
Suzanne Radigan will present Irish Literature and the Midwest for the literary luncheon held in the Community Room, April 17. Call by April 12 for reservations. Tickets are $6.50 with lunch being served at 11:30 a.m.
Dedication of the General Lloyd Moses Mini Park is scheduled for Sunday, April 21 at 1:30 p.m. The ceremony will be held in the mini park, located on the north side of the library. Refreshments will be served in the community room after the presentation.