Friday, July 25, 2014

What's in Your Little Free Library? (Charter #8443)


A comparatively large collection of materials, mostly paperbacks
USA Hockey Magazine (January, February, June 2006; September, October 2007)
Thriving Farm (magazine, August/September 2012)
AARP Magazine (December 2012/January 2013)
Grasshopper by Martin and Gilda Berger
Raise the Titanic by Clive Cussler
Bees by Martin and Gilda Berger'
Top 100 Recipes for a Healthy Lunchbox by Nicola Graimes
Tangerine by Edward Bloor
The Stranger I Married by Sylvia Day
Jazz Baby by Lisa Wheeler
The Best Book of Spaceships
Scooby-Doo and the Haunted Diner
Where's Spot? by Eric Hill
Ask Magazine:  Wild in the City (July/August 2013)
The Story:  Getting to the Heart of God's Story by Randy Frazee
The Costa Rica Story:  Highlights Toip Secret Adventures
Body of a Dancer by Renee D'Aoust
The Golden Book of Space Exploration
Highlights High Five  (magazine, August 2012)
Halloween Fun (Ready-to-read)
LEGO Knight's Kingdom:  The Grand Tournament
The Astronauts by Dinah L. Moche
Do-Over by Rachel Vail
Toning the Sweep by Angela Johnson
Possum Comes a Knockin' by Nancy Van Laan
What Grandpas Do Best by Laura H. Numeroff
Oz, the Great and Powerful:  The Land of Oz (Disney)
Stuck Truck (Dora the Explorer)
In a Dark Room and Other Scary Stories by Alvin Schwartz
Talent Show Scaredy-Pants (Ready Freddy #5) by Abby Klein
Joe Sherlock, Kid Detective, Case #000003:  The Missing Monkey-Eye Diamond by Dave Keane
Money (Dorling Kindersley)
Emma Dilemma and the New Nanny by Patricia Hermes
Barbie's Shooting for the Stars 

Location:  Although chartered, this Maywood Avenue Little Free Library is not marked on the map.




Related posts:
Unchartered #2.  (7/24/2014)
Unchartered #1.  (7/21/2014)
Charter #5719.  (7/19/2014)
Charter #0657.  (7/18/2014)
Charter #1258.  (7/16/2014)

The Towering Isthmus: 9 More Stories to Go

A streetscape and skyline game-changer.  Ovation 309.

At the intersection of North Broom and West Johnson, looking toward State Street.


One of a variety of floor plans available.


Rendering.

Photos by Retiring Guy.

Other "Towering Isthmus" posts:
The Towering Isthmus (and the 3 dranes): For folks who can afford the view.  (7/22/2014) 
That Was Then, This is Now: The 400 Block of West Gilman.  (7/18/2014)
The towers of Porta Bella.  (7/18/2014)
New housing rising.  (5/8/2014)
Cranes over Porta Bella.  (4/22/2014)

Wisconsin State Assembly District 81: Who's on the Ballot for the August 12 Primary?

Open seat.  Incumbent not running for re-election.


Public libraries in the 81st Assembly District  (the District's previous configuration)
Baraboo Public Library
Black Earth Public Library
Mazomanie Free Library
North Freedom Public Library
Portage Public Library
Ruth Culver Community Library, Prairie du Sac
Sauk City Public Library

The 3 Republican candidates

Candidate biographies

The 3 Democratic candidates


Candidate biographies

Winners of the August 12 Republican and Democratic primaries will face off in the November general election.

Fred Clark (D-Baraboo) currently represented the 81st District.  He has served in the Assembly since  2008.
Related posts
Who's running unopposed in the Senate and Assembly? (6/16/2014)
August 12 primaries
Assembly District 1.  (6/17/2014)
Assembly District 4.  (6/18/2014)
Assembly District 8.   (6/19/2014)
Assembly District 10.  (6/20/2014)
Assembly District 16.  (6/20/2014)
Assembly District 19.  (6/22/2014)
Assembly District 20  (6/23/2014)
Assembly District 22  (6/24/2014)
Assembly District 26  (6/25/2014)
Assembly District 27.  (6/26/2014)
Assembly District 33.  (6/27/2014)
Assembly District 43.  (6/30/2014)
Assembly District 45.  (7/1/2014)
Assembly District 51.  (7/2/2014)
Assembly District 55.  (7/3/2014)
Assembly District 58.  (7/7/2013)
Assembly District 59.  (7/9/2013)
Assembly District 63  (7/12/2013)
Assembly District 72.  (7/14/2014)
Assembly District 75.  (7/17/2014)
Assembly District 78.  (7/20/2014)

13,000 Books Donated to the Friends of the Arden-Dimick Library

About this video Frank Rose, 85, donated his collection of 13,000 books to the Friends of the Arden-Dimick Library. He has been collecting books for 70 years.



Arden-Dimick is a branch of the Sacramento Public Library.

At the end of this video report, Margaret Clausen, Treasurer of the Friends of Arden-Dimick Library, says:  It's the largest book donation we've ever received by far.  It's going to be a legacy that will live a long time through the library book collection."

From this quote, some viewers might be left with the impression that the books will be added to the library's collection.  That's not the case, as this report in the Sacramento Bee clarifies.

Next week, volunteers will sort through the collection for any hidden gems. On a hunch, Clausen recently pulled two books, “Verve, Revue Artistique et Littéraire” and “Dessins pour la Bible” by Marc Chagall, from boxes dropped on the library’s doorstep. 

Last week, the pair fetched $6,000 for the library at a San Francisco auction, she said. 

“From day to day, you never know what you’re going to find,” Clausen said. 

Some of Rose’s collection could be sold on Amazon.com. Remaining books will likely be available at the Oct. 31 community book sale.

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