Think Spring Reads!

The winter months are almost behind us.  (Yay!!) So think spring! Think gardening! And Think warm weather!  Here are some reads to get you into the springtime mode.

Home Gardener’s Perennials and BulbsYour reference guide to choosing what to plant, when to plant it, and how to maintain it.  This book will be your guide when it times come to start planting your bulbs.

The Starter Garden Handbook by Alice Alvrez – Spring is also the season for lighter meals, especially meals that you can grow yourself.  While you’re planning your floral garden, you may also want to take a look into planning a vegetable garden!  

The Edible Garden: How to Have Your Garden and Eat It Too! Alys Fowler – Fresh garden, fresh meals.  This book will carry you into summer.      

The Bee Friendly Garden by Kate Frey – Help to save the bees by planting bee friendly plants.  

Mason Jar Lunches by Jessica Harlan – When one thinks of springtime it’s hard not to think about mason jars.

Niki Jabour’s Veggie Garden Remix by Niki Jabour – Complete with fun facts and plant history!

The Aromatherapy Garden by Kathi Keville – If you love aromatherapy and essential oils you’ll love this book.

The Budget Wise Gardener by Kerry Ann Mendez –  Springtime means planting time!  This book will have you start planning the spring garden of your dreams on a bargain!    

Garden Renovation by Bobby Schwartz – Sometimes your garden needs a makeover.  This book will help you to renovate your existing garden into the garden of your dreams!

-Jessica Bielen, Adult Services Librarian 

Message from the Director: Raise Some Dough

Do you love pizza?  Do you love the Library?  If so, now is the perfect opportunity to indulge your cravings and support a great cause.  The Friends of the Livingston Public Blog Post GraphicsLibrary are hosting a fundraising event at Blaze Pizza located at 280 Eisenhower Parkway, on Thursday, March 21 between 4 PM and 8 PM.  If you bring in the flyer below (or show it on your phone) before paying, 20% of the proceeds from your meal will be donated back to the Friends of the Livingston Public Library.   How yummy is that?!

But wait!  There’s more.  If you bring your Blaze Pizza Receipt from March 21 to the Library you can select one complimentary item (book or non-print) from the Friends Ongoing Book Sale shelves.  Just drop your receipt in the cash box in lieu of payment!

As Kevin James said,  “There’s no better feeling in the world than a warm pizza box on your lap.”  I say, add a good book to that and you have the perfect match.

All the best,
Amy

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