All posts tagged "Ann Arbor District Library"
Library: ‘The Day
the Crayons Came Home’
If your kid loved “The Day the Crayons Quit” — and it seems like almost every kid on...
Library: Learning that life
is meant to be lived
A 2015 Printz Honor Award winner, the teen novel “The Carnival At Bray” is Jessie Ann Foley’s first...
Library: ‘Cupcakes and Cashmere’ offers elevated style ideas
I just can’t resist the allure of a stylish how-to book. In her books “Cupcakes and Cashmere: A...
Library: Animals in disguise, times three
If there’s one thing I love, it’s a picture book where animals dress up in disguise! On that...
Library: ‘John Hughes:
A Life in Film’
The book “John Hughes: A Life in Film” chronicles the film career of writer, director and producer John...
ANNthropology: Bill & Holli Pinon
“We have received nothing but positive responses from the community regarding our concept which has led to...
Library: Nonfiction to feed
hungry little minds
Did you know that the giant squid has eyes that are 12 inches across? Did you know that...
Library: Foods you can
stop buying, start making
I have a new love. It’s perfecting the five French mother sauces. First up: hollandaise, a velvety lemon-butter...
Library: Debut teen novels
offer different views of romance
“Anatomy of a Misfit” is Andrea Portes’ hilarious first novel and is based loosely on events from the...
“Ann Arbor is a city overflowing with opportunities of all kinds. Just reach out your hand and...