Monthly Archives: August 2012

Friendship, by Sue Culhane

“A friend is a gift you give yourself” – so wrote the renowned Scottish writer Robert Louis Stevenson. On August 16th The Toronto Star published a column under the headline “12 books about friendship lost and found.” Of the 12 … Continue reading

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School lunches, by Sue Culhane

As August draws to a close the next few weeks are anticipated with very mixed feelings by many, particularly parents and students.  Some look forward to the start of the school year with anxiety – others with excitement but the … Continue reading

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Late summer reading, by Catherine Gillier

The Ides of August are upon us now.  Summer is beginning to look toward the end of its season.  The books at the library want to encourage patrons to read through these waning days of summer, and some have come … Continue reading

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The month of August has opened, by Catherine Gillier

The month of August has opened, and the gardens are bearing the tomatoes, beets and greens that were planted so long ago.  It is important that we learn from the mistakes and triumphs of previous years so that the harvest … Continue reading

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