|Felted Dragon by Nancy Bevins|
As a prelude to watching the movie, you could read Life of Pi: a Novel.
Or, if you are/know/love an introvert – Quiet: a richly-textured discourse about the qualities and strengths of introverts.
If you’ve seen the movie Lincoln, you may want to drop by and browse our collection of books about this iconic statesman (we have more than 50 titles – a browser’s paradise!).
What are you hungry to read?
How to Cook Everything?
Or how about a little something to go with a Downton Abbey marathon? The Unoffical Downton Abbey Cookbook by alum Emily Ansara Baines is full of delicious ideas.
I’ve got my titles staked out, and I'm enjoying the anticipation … alarm-clock free mornings, jeans, good books and long walks.
Enjoy your break!
p.s. Titles mentioned above are available in the Chandramohan Library. Please check on line to see if they are currently available (things tend to get checked out quickly around here).
Life of Pi: a Novel by Yann Martel (fiction section)
Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World Thank Can’t Stop Talking by Susan Cain (155.232 CAI – currently downstairs on display)
The Unofficial Downton Abbey Cookbook: from Lady Mary’s Crab Canapes to Mrs. Patmore’s Christmas Pudding, more than 150 recipes from Upstairs and Downstairs by Emily Ansara Baines (641.5 BAI – currently on display downstairs)
President Lincoln: some call numbers: 973.7, 973.702, 973.7092, 808.85[speeches], 817[humor], 303.342[persuasion], 973.714, fiction, too: search for “Lincoln fiction” (don’t miss the vampire hunter title….)
How to Cook Everything: 2,000 simple recipes for good food by Mark Bittman. (641.5 BIT – currently on display downstairs)