Wednesday, September 4, 2013

A Bumper Crop


This summer the RTG program garden is just blooming with new kits! Hurray!

I'll start today by announcing four fabulous fiction titles and one nonfiction title. I'll continue with the rest later in the week.

The Art Forger by Barbara A. Shapiro was donated by the Windham Woman's Club and is being housed at Nesmith Library in Windham. Contact Lois Freeston at 432-7154 or lfreeston@nesmithlibrary.org.

Beautiful Ruins by Jess Walter was donated by the Friends of the Holderness Library. The kit is housed at Holderness Library and you can call Victoria Lang at 968-7066 or email
holdernesslibrary@roadrunner.com.

A Land More Kind Than Home by Wiley Cash was also donated by the Windham Woman's Club and is being housed at Nesmith Library in Windham. Contact Lois Freeston at 432-7154 or lfreeston@nesmithlibrary.org.

The Light Between Oceans by M. L. Stedman is sponsored and hosted by Tucker Free Library in Henniker. To book the kit, please send an email to tuckerfreestaff@comcast.net.

Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail by Cheryl Strayed. This kit is sponsored and hosted by Rodgers Memorial Library, Hudson. Call Carol Giffin at 886-6030 or email carolgiffin@rodgerslibrary.org to discuss borrowing.

By the way, the garden illustration is from an 1848 children's book of poems called My Flower-Pot. It was published by Rufus Merrill in Concord, NH!

--Diane

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