Dr. Jason Sellers, Assistant Professor of History at the University of Mary Washington, will speak on "Priests, Politics, and Health Among Indians in Colonial Virginia" at Headquarters Library on Thursday, August 25 at 7:00. The talk is in conjunction with the interactive exhibit Native Voices: Native Peoples' Concepts of Health and Illness, on display through the end of August.
No sodium. No cholesterol. Extremely low in fat. High in fiber, vitamin A, vitamin C, and niacin as well being sweet and juicy—what's not to love about a peach? Unless sugar is a concern, they are certainly a most delightful guilt-free treat. Whether they are in season locally or still available in the freezer section, peaches have many uses and are an excellent addition to your dinner table.
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Dr. Wood is a member of the Monacan Indian Nation and Director of Virginia Indian Programs at the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities. This talk is being held in conjunction with the Native Voices: Native Peoples' Concepts of Health and Illness exhibition, on display through August 11. Dr. Wood will examine American Indian ways of living in sustainable communities, the administration of justice and peacekeeping, the important roles of women in society, and how children were viewed.
The arts of food preservation go back to civilization's beginnings. In ancient Mesopotamia, families saved their produce for lean times. They dried dates, apples and figs. Their meat might be smoked, dried, or salted meat. Softer fruits could be preserved in honey. Now we have cane sugar, pressure cookers, refrigeration, packaged pectin, and so much more to make the process easier. Preserves and pickles have gone gourmet and exotic with exciting flavor combinations to enjoy and share with others.
Did you know?
— She's known as Jo to her friends. No one's called her Joanne since she was a child, and only then if she was being naughty.
— Rowling is pronounced "rolling."
— Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone was first published in England as Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone.
— Hermoine IS based on a real person — J.K. Rowling!
— The fantastic Ford Anglia featured in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets is similar to one owned by Sean Harris, her best friend at Wyedean School.
This readalike is in response to a customer's book-match request. If you would like personalized reading recommendations, fill out the book-match form and a librarian will email suggested titles to you.
City of Bones by Cassandra Clare (Book #1 in the Mortal Instruments series)
Suddenly able to see demons and the Darkhunters who are dedicated to returning them to their own dimension, fifteen-year-old Clary Fray is drawn into this bizzare world when her mother disappears and Clary herself is almost killed by a monster.
Here are some other books you might also enjoy:
Angelology by Danielle Trussoni (Adult Fiction)
When twenty-three-year-old Sister Evangeline accidentally stumbles upon some mysterious letters exchanged between the late mother superior of her convent and the famous philanthropist Abigail Rockefeller, she is thrust into an ancient conflict between the Society of Angelologists and the monstrously beautiful descendants of angels and humans, the Nephilim.
Blood and Chocolate by Annette Curtis Klause
A beautiful teenage werewolf falls for a human boy and must battle both her packmates and the fear of the townspeople to decide where she belongs and with whom.
Cirque Du Freak (Book #1 in the Cirque Du Freak series) by Darren Shan
Two boys who are best friends visit an illegal freak show, where an encounter with a vampire and a deadly spider forces them to make life-changing choices. There are many more in this series.
Are you looking to add to your Pokédex on Pokémon GO? Do you just have to catch them all? Look no further!
Some of our CRRL branches are now Pokémon stops, and some are even gyms! Headquarters, Porter, and England Run have already joined in on the Poké hunt. Cooper Branch is even a gym! Look at the Bellsprout that was captured right outside England Run! And, a wild Pidgey appeared, right in the middle of the children's research desk at Headquarters! How many more can you find?
Come meet and battle with other hunters, exchange Pokémon, and have fun!
In our ongoing series of events and workshops complementing the Native Voices: Native Peoples' Concepts of Health and Illness exhibition, we invite you to a lecture and demonstration on pine's uses as a traditional healing plant.
This event will be held at Headquarters Library on Tuesday, August 9, 7:00-8:00.
Congratulations to our very own CRRL Web Digital Services Librarian Virginia Johnson for winning two national level awards in the 2016 National Federation of Press Women Professional Communications Contest for her amazing library blog entries! Read her award-winning entries here: