Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Great eMedia at your library! Beautiful Dogs...

Did you know your library has great downloadable eBooks, eAudioBooks and movies? You can see them all in the eMedia Catalog!

Today's great title is The Reign of the Greyhound.
The regal history of a revered, elegant breed

They were one of the first wild animals to come under the protection of humans. They have sat at the feet of the Pharaohs. Their likenesses have graced coins, stamps, seals, and coats of arms. And they have won the hearts of dog lovers worldwide with their sweet nature, intelligence, and grace.

Beautifully illustrated with more than 100 black-and-white reproductions and photos, The Reign of the Greyhound is a rich, historical testimony to the breed, celebrating its extraordinary place in canine history and human civilization.

From ancient Egypt to modern times, from the temple to the show ring to the track, you'll see how this noble breed has evolved from a royal pet to a racing dog to a loving companion-and you'll no doubt deepen your understanding and appreciation of this fine animal, whose regal history has been too long ignored.
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Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Great eMedia at your library! Road Trip Rescue

Did you know your library has great downloadable eBooks, eAudioBooks and movies? You can see them all in the eMedia Catalog!

Today's great title is The Tripp Diaries.
Backseaters!

The complete In-car entertainment package for 8 to 88 year-olds! A two hour audio extravaganza, written and performed by Stig Wemyss and friends. Everything you need when you’re stuck in a car with your family!

Nick Tripp reluctantly begins yet another car trip across Australia with his family, which quickly develops into something far more.
The Tripps vs. The Traffic
It begins innocently enough as a family holiday but quickly develops into something far more as Nick’s father takes a small detour to chase suspected koala kidnappers.

The story is interspersed with not to be missed Tripp tips on how to survive touring holidays.
Plan: Rescue Dad!
After solving the mystery of the koala-nappers, Nick Tripp and his family are back on the road and facing their next challenge - the Nullabor Plain.

Between each exciting chapter of the story, Stig and his friends present a madcap in-car variety show, the perfect travelling entertainment for kids and adults alike.
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Monday, June 28, 2010

Great eMedia at your library! Love and Food

Did you know your library has great downloadable eBooks, eAudioBooks and movies? You can see them all in the eMedia Catalog!

Today's great title is One Better.
The loves of three black women. Mink, a pilot, is having an extra-marital affair, her bad sister, Sterling, is dating a drug dealer, and their widowed mother, Spice, who owns a chic restaurant in Detroit, is being wooed by her brother-in-law.
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Saturday, June 26, 2010

Weekend Update


What's happening at your library next week?

Here's the schedule for events for grownups, for the week of Saturday 26 June 2010 through Friday 2 July 2010:
(Click on the link for times, and more information)

Saturday 6/26/2010:
West Las Vegas Library: Play: Orphan Blues: The Musical - 2 PM
West Las Vegas Library: Play: Orphan Blues: The Musical - 7 PM
Enterprise Library: Film - GLBT Film Festival
Clark County Library: Frank Marino and Friends

Sunday 6/27/2010:
Summerlin Library: Finnochio Memoirs
West Las Vegas Library: Play - Orphan Blues: The Musical - 3 PM
West Las Vegas Library: Play - Orphan Blues: The Musical - 7 PM
West Charleston Library: Frank Marino and Friends

Monday 6/28/2010:
No Events Listed

Tuesday 6/29/2010:
Clark County Library: Tuesday Afternoon at the Bijou - My Fair Lady
Clark County Library: The Gender in Between Film Series - Kinky Boots
Sahara West Library: IMPACT: Showcase of Las Vegas Talent Auditions

Wednesday 6/30/2010:
West Charleston Library: The History of Gay Las Vegas
Sahara West Library: Film - Boys on the Side

Thursday 7/1/2010:
Clark County Library: Film - Pink Floyd: The Wall

Friday 7/2/2010:
No Events Listed

Friday, June 25, 2010

Great eMedia at your library! Shopping with grandma

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Today's great title is Not So Fast Songololo.
A touching tale of young and old, full of the colours and smells of an African township.

Songololo goes into the city with Gogo to help her do the shopping. Gogo walks very slowly, but Songololo likes to take his time as well.

Grandmother and grandson enjoy a leisurely stroll around the busy African city, ending with a special reward for Songololo, for helping Gogo so well.
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Thursday, June 24, 2010

Great eMedia at your library! British Standup

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Today's great series is Morecambe and Wise.
A compilation of great gags and sketches from the incomparable Eric and Ernie, one of the best-loved and most successful comedy duos of all time.
Bring Me Sunshine
Morecambe and Wise Christmas Special

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Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Great eMedia at your library! Playing the prison system

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Today's great title is Porridge.
Due to lack of scholastic training Norman Stanley Fletcher took to stealing instead of stockbroking and is doing 'porridge' for taking a fancy to someone else's lorry.

Porridge stars Ronnie Barker and Richard Beckinsale as prison inmates. Lennie Godber (Beckinsale) is the new kid on the block, and, luckily, tough guy Norman Stanley 'Fletch' Fletcher (Barker) is looking out for him.

Never a man to shrink from a challenge, even from behind bars, Fletch could manage anything from organising a win on the horses to buying a council flat in Mayfair.

Everyone's favourite prisoner is making the most of his stay at Her Majesty's Pleasure.
Listen to them all:

Porridge
More Porridge
Porridge: A Third Helping

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Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Great eMedia at your library! Amazing Singers' biographies

Did you know your library has great downloadable eBooks, eAudioBooks and movies? You can see them all in the eMedia Catalog!

Today's great titles are Marian Anderson.
Marian Anderson, who has been called "the voice of the American soul," was born in Philadelphia in 1902. She was denied entrance to music school because she belonged to the "colored" race. Thus, she began to perform for small, segregated audiences, gradually rising from the obscurity to fame; by 1935 she was hailed as one of the century's greatest singers. In 1955, she became the first black singer to perform with the Metropolitan Opera. Marian's story is a triumphant saga of challenges met and overcome.
And Mahalia Jackson.
Mahalia Jackson was gospel music's first superstar, a woman whose drive, talent, and charismatic personality transformed the music, carrying it from America's black churches to the concert halls of the world. She revolutionized gospel music by infusing it with catchy blues inflections. Off the stage, she became actively involved in politics and the civil rights movement. Even today, her records continue to sell in millions-a testimony to the greatness of gospel's greatest star and to an unforgettable voice.
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Monday, June 21, 2010

Great eMedia at your library! Growing up during the Depression

Did you know your library has great downloadable eBooks, eAudioBooks and movies? You can see them all in the eMedia Catalog!

Today's great title is The Longest Road.
For Laurie Field, life is a series of hellos and good-byes, of attachments cut short by the struggle for survival in America's Dust Bowl. When a violent dust storm leaves their mother dead and the family farm in ruins, Laurie and her brother help their father load up the flivver and leave Kansas-aiming for a better life.

At the side of the road, the Fields meet handsome wayfarer Johnny Morrigan. Although he is with them for only a short time, Johnny makes a painful journey easier with his gentle manner and songs of struggle and hope written by Woody Guthrie and other American greats.

Her father travels to California in search of work, leaving Laurie and her brother in the care of their autocratic grandfather. Anxious to see her family reunited, Laurie heads for California. Disguised as a boy, she and her brother hop the rails and begin a long journey into happiness and disappointment--and danger, when wealthy oilman W.S. Redwine takes an interest in Laurie.

Laurie's heart belongs to Johnny, wherever he may be, but Redwine will go to any lengths to make a place in her life. Laurie is equally determined to find a new home with her family, and Redwine is only one of the many obstacles she must overcome in this compelling story of one courageous and passionate woman.
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Saturday, June 19, 2010

Weekend Update


What's happening at your library next week?

Here's the schedule for events for grownups, for the week of Saturday 19 June 2010 through Friday 25 June 2010:
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Saturday 6/19/2010:
Enterprise Library: Summertime Scrapbooking
Clark County Library: An Afternoon with Christopher Rice
West Charleston Library: Anime Vegas

Sunday 6/20/2010:
Sunrise Library: Film - But I'm a Cheerleader
Sunrise Library: Film - Bound
Sunrise Library: Film - Boys on the Side

Monday 6/21/2010:
Las Vegas Library: Film - Stardust

Tuesday 6/22/2010:
Clark County Library: Tuesday Afternoon at the Bijou - The Lady Gambles
Clark County Library: The Gender in Between Film Series - Breakfast on Pluto
West Charleston Library: Emotional Sound Techniques

Wednesday 6/23/2010:
Clark County Library: Meet the Authors: Great Summer Beach Reads

Thursday 6/24/2010:
Clark County Library: Non-Profit Survival Skills: Getting on the Web
Clark County Library: From Pulp to Present: Lesbian Literature in Love
Rainbow Library: Film - But I'm a Cheerleader
Rainbow Library: Film - the Celluloid Closet
Rainbow Library: Film - My Beautiful Laundrette

Friday 6/25/2010:
West Las Vegas Library: Play - Orphan Blues - The Musical

Friday, June 18, 2010

Great eMedia at your library! Samson brought to life!

Did you know your library has great downloadable eBooks, eAudioBooks and movies? You can see them all in the eMedia Catalog!

Today's great title is Lion's Honey - The Myth of Samson.
Israel’s most lauded contemporary writer retells the myth of Samson, one of the most tempestuous, charismatic, and colorful characters in the Hebrew Bible.

There are few other Bible stories with so much drama and action, narrative fireworks and raw emotion, as we find in the tale of Samson: the battle with the lion; the three hundred burning foxes; the women he bedded and the one woman that he loved; his betrayal by all the women in his life, from his mother to Delilah; and, in the end, his murderous suicide, when he brought the house down on himself and three thousand Philistines.

“Yet, beyond the wild impulsiveness, the chaos, the din, we can make out a life story that is, at bottom, the tortured journey of a single, lonely and turbulent soul who never found, anywhere, a true home in the world, whose very body was a harsh place of exile.

For me, this discovery, this recognition, is the point at which the myth — for all its grand images, its larger-than-life adventures — slips silently into the day-to-day existence of each of us, into our most private moments, our buried secrets.” — from David Grossman’s introduction to Lion’s Honey
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Thursday, June 17, 2010

Great eMedia at your library! Stories about active kids...

Did you know your library has great downloadable eBooks, eAudioBooks and movies? You can see them all in the eMedia Catalog!

Today's great title is Just William.
'The wizard of the talking book', Martin Jarvis has made the voices of William and his gang of outlaws his own in these marvellous readings. Roar with laughter as the lovable rogue, hampered by the loathsome Violet Elizabeth, wreaks havoc in this ever-popular series of stories.

The adventures of that irrepressible and ageless schoolboy William Brown have been delighting both young and old for decades. Perpetually scruffy, mud-stained and mischievous, he is a lovable scamp whose pranks usually end in disaster - for his harassed elders at least. With friends Ginger, Douglas and Henry and the angelic thorn-in-his-side, the lisping Violet Elizabeth Bott, William has rightly joined the literary, and radio, immortals.
Listen to the whole series:

Just William 1 (listen to an excerpt)
Just William 2
Just William 3
Just William 4
Just William 5
Just William 6
Just William 8
Just William 9
Just William Live On Stage 2

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Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Great eMedia at your library! More BBC Madness

Did you know your library has great downloadable eBooks, eAudioBooks and movies? You can see them all in the eMedia Catalog!

Today's great title is Just a Minute.
Just a Minute challenges contestants to speak for one minute on a given subject without repetition, hesitation or deviation.

Its mix of irreverent fun and ferocious competition has always attracted stellar names from the world of comedy and theatre, all of whom pit their wits - and their wit - against regular players.

As the players attempt to speak for sixty seconds without repetition, deviation or hesitation, the subjects covered range from the wombles and husbands, to what goes on backstage and flat stomachs. Eloquence, wit, imagination and a sharp ear are the qualities required for the game, and the hilarious results are here for all to enjoy.
Listen to them all!

Just a Classic Minute 1
Just a Classic Minute 2
Just a Minute 6
Just a Minute 7
Just a Minute 8
Just a Minute Anniversary Special

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Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Great eMedia at your library! Just for Kids!

Did you know your library has great downloadable eBooks, eAudioBooks and movies? You can see them all in the eMedia Catalog!

Today's great title is Jamal's Busy Day.
Let Jamal take you with him through his busy day. Like Mommy and Daddy, Jamal has a job, too - school! Is Jamal's day like yours?

At school, Jamal does research, attends meetings, and settles disagreements between co-workers, just like his parents do at their jobs. Accompanying illustrations show Jamal in the library, watching an assembly, and solving a dispute between classmates.

At home, Jamal unwinds with his parents.

This spirited book is sure to please the young reader.
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Monday, June 14, 2010

Great eMedia at your library! NOT a quiz show!

Did you know your library has great downloadable eBooks, eAudioBooks and movies? You can see them all in the eMedia Catalog!

Today's great title is I'm Sorry, I haven't a clue....

This is a riotous, long-running BBC radio show, that incorporates the best of Hollywood Squares with the unscripted madness of Whose Line Is It Anyway? Tired of the same old quiz show? This definitely isn't one!

These are definitely recordings you'll be happy to have - especially in the car on the way to and from work. Your commute will never have been so fun.

Listen to them all:

I'm Sorry I haven't a Clue 1
I'm Sorry I haven't a Clue 2
I'm Sorry I haven't a Clue 3
I'm Sorry I haven't a Clue 4
I'm Sorry I haven't a Clue 5
I'm Sorry I haven't a Clue 6
I'm Sorry I haven't a Clue 7
I'm Sorry I haven't a Clue 8
I'm Sorry I haven't a Clue 9
I'm Sorry I haven't a Clue Anniversary Special
I'm Sorry I haven't a Christmas Clue

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Saturday, June 12, 2010

Weekend Update


What's happening at your library next week?

Here's the schedule for events for grownups, for the week of Saturday 12 June 2010 through Friday 18 June 2010:
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Saturday 6/12/2010:
Clark County Library: Film - It's Complicated

Sunday 6/13/2010:
West Charleston Library: Play: My Naked Journey
West Las Vegas Library: Film - Far From Heaven
West Las Vegas Library: Film - Doubt

Monday 6/14/2010:
No Events Listed

Tuesday 6/15/2010:
Clark County Library: Tuesday Afternoon at the Bijou - A Lady Takes a Chance
Clark County Library: The Gender in Between Film Series - Osama
Clark County Library: Non-Profit Survival Skills: Your Mission and Vision

Wednesday 6/16/2010:
Clark County Library: Munch and Mingle for Non-Profits
Rainbow Library: Domestic Violence Awareness

Thursday 6/17/2010:
Rainbow Library: Reel2Reel Film Club Screening - Film: Valentine's Day

Friday 6/18/2010:
No Events Listed

Friday, June 11, 2010

Great eMedia at your library! - Music and Memories

Did you know your library has great downloadable eBooks, eAudioBooks and movies? You can see them all in the eMedia Catalog!

Today's great title is Hymn.
Alan Bennett joins forces with the acclaimed Medici String Quartet for a prestigious world premiere first performed at the Harrogate Festival in August 2001.

Hymn is a series of prose pieces about Alan Bennett's early experiences of music: the hymns he learned as a boy, the violin his father never managed to teach him and the concerts he went to in Leeds. Bennett's musical memories are produced and set to music by the celebrated film composer, George Fenton.

This release was recorded live in front of a specially invited audience in the BBC Radio Theatre on 28 November 2001.
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Thursday, June 10, 2010

Great eMedia at your library! - British Radio Humor

Did you know your library has great downloadable eBooks, eAudioBooks and movies? You can see them all in the eMedia Catalog!

Today's great title is Horne of Plenty.
Celebrating two of BBC radio’s all-time favourite comedies, Beyond Our Ken and Round the Horne. In this special celebratory programme, former Head of BBC Radio Light Entertainment Jonathan James-Moore presents the full story behind the legendary shows Beyond Our Ken and Round the Horne.

For a decade from 1958, Beyond Our Ken and Round the Horne ruled the airwaves, with their zany humour, quick-fire scripts and eclectic ensemble of memorable characters.

This release includes the first and last episodes from both groundbreaking series, restored to their fullest versions, plus conversations with the last surviving cast members Ron Moody and Bill Pertwee.

With a wealth of sketches, clips and interviews, plus four fantastic episodes, this is an unmissable treat for all fans of these two great radio comedies.
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Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Great eMedia at your library!

Did you know your library has great downloadable eBooks, eAudioBooks and movies? You can see them all in the eMedia Catalog!

Today's great title is Hoffnung: a Last Encore.
Gerard Hoffnung was an artist, musician, broadcaster, raconteur - and genius. A true Renaissance Man, the multi-faceted Hoffnung crammed a great deal into his tragically short span.

Artist, illustrator, tuba-player, writer, broadcaster, Quaker and clown, Hoffnung’s gifts as eccentric and raconteur are celebrated here in a compilation of all the existing Hoffnung recordings, including the famous Bricklayer Story.
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Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Great eMedia at your library!

Did you know your library has great downloadable eBooks, eAudioBooks and movies? You can see them all in the eMedia Catalog!

Today's great title is Hancock: The Missing Page.
Here are four original television soundtracks from the BBC's Hancock series. Once again Tony Hancock stars as the loveable curmudgeon, in four instalments: The Missing Page, Poison Pen Letters, Lord Byron Lived Here, and The Succession - Son and Heir.

You want a misunderstood, self-proclaimed genius whose lofty ambitions in life are thwarted either by a boorish sidekick or, more often than not, his own painful shortcomings? A man trapped by circumstance? A, let's face it, pompous prig? Tony Hancock is the archetype.

Tony Hancock starred as an exaggerated version of himself: Anthony Aloysius St John Hancock, a down-at-heel comedian waiting for the big time to hit while he struggled to make ends meet in the inglorious setting of 23 Railway Cuttings, East Cheam.

Sid James played his roguish friend, Sid, who'd normally put one over on Hancock before the 30 minutes was up, while Bill Kerr was the hard-of-thinking Australian lodger.

Hancock was quick to prove he had a wonderfully expressive face to accompany that constantly exasperated voice and established himself for all time as sitcom's quintessential loser, constantly moaning: "Stone me, what a life!"
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Monday, June 7, 2010

Great eMedia at your library!

Did you know your library has great downloadable eBooks, eAudioBooks and movies? You can see them all in the eMedia Catalog!

Today's great title is The Navy Lark,Volume 15: Going on Leave to Croydon.
Four more classic episodes of nautical mayhem on board HMS Troutbridge. One of radio's longest running laughter-makers, The Navy Lark kept the nation on the crest of a comic wave from 1959 to 1977.

All at sea in the Senior Service were conniving Petty Officer Jon Pertwee, silly-ass Sub-Lieutenant Leslie Phillips and the constantly bemused Stephen Murray as 'Number One'. Below decks Ronnie Barker was just about working his passage as (Un)Able Seaman 'Fatso' Johnson. So climb aboard and join the merry crew in these four classic capers.
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Saturday, June 5, 2010

Weekend Update


What's happening at your library next week?

Here's the schedule for events for grownups, for the week of Saturday 5 June 2010 through Friday 11 June 2010:
(Click on the link for times, and more information)

Saturday 6/5/2010:
No Events Listed

Sunday 6/6/2010:
Sunrise Library: Film - Up in the Air

Monday 6/7/2010:
Sahara West Library: On Bearing Witness: Images and Reflections from the LGBT Movement (1969-1971)
Las Vegas Library: Film - Doubt

Tuesday 6/8/2010:
Clark County Library: Tuesday Afternoon at the Bijou - DuBarry Was a Lady
Clark County Library: The Gender in Between Film Series - Wigstock: the Movie

Wednesday 6/9/2010:
Clark County Library: GLBT Travel Symposium
West Charleston Library: Emotional Sound Techniques

Thursday 6/10/2010:
Sahara West Library: Credit and its Problems

Friday 6/11/2010:
Clark County Library: Variety Show

Friday, June 4, 2010

Great eMedia at your library!

Did you know your library has great downloadable eBooks, eAudioBooks and movies? You can see them all in the eMedia Catalog!

Today's great title is Forty Years On by Alan Bennett.
Alan Bennett stars in a new production of his own acclaimed satrical comedy, thirty years after its original West End debut.

The Headmaster has been at Albion House for fifty years, man and boy. Now he is retiring and takes part in the end-of-year entertainment for the last time.

Entitled Speak for England, Arthur, the end-of-year play weaves together a multi-generational story of England: the glorious era at the turn of the century, when the summers were always golden; the fast-living inter-war years peopled by the Bloomsbury Group; and the growing cynicism of a country going to war twice in so many decades.

Tongue-in-cheek, the play-within-a-play prompts an outraged response from the Headmaster, who can only see his beloved standards being mocked. Yet within the parody lies an almost-painful nostalgia for a more peaceful age and the timeless misunderstanding of one generation by another.

Clever, funny and poignant, Alan Bennett's masterful play is rightly regarded as a modern classic
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Thursday, June 3, 2010

Great eMedia at your Library!

Did you know your library has great downloadable eBooks, eAudioBooks and movies? You can see them all in the eMedia Catalog!

Today's great title is An Englishman Abroad by Alan Bennett.
Michael Gambon is Guy Burgess and Penelope Wilton the actress Coral Browne in Bennett's re-telling of a real-life incident.

Whilst touring "Hamlet" in Moscow with the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre in 1958, Browne is astonished to have Burgess appear in her dressing room. Having disappeared from England in 1951, together with fellow diplomat Donald Maclean, spy Burgess is a wanted man.

Bennett's take on the encounter is both poignant and comic, and the play examines his life in exile, his love of England and his even greater love of Russia. This full-cast dramatisation was originally broadcast on BBC World Service.
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Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Great eMedia at your library!

Did you know your library has great downloadable eBooks, eAudioBooks and movies? You can see them all in the eMedia Catalog!

Today's great title is Dreamland by Kevin Baker.
This is Dreamland, a uniquely fierce and magical tale that delivers both a sweeping chronicle of America at the turn of the century and an intimate, heart-wrenching portrait of the lives of its denizens.

Among the thousands of immigrants who arrive in New York harbor is an Eastern European stowaway called Kid Twist, who soon earns his keep as an enforcer for the ruthless gangster Gyp the Blood. Soon though, Kid brutally splits with Gyp, leaving him bleeding from a shovel wound to the head in a rancid basement on the Lower East Side. His life now in jeopardy, Kid flees to Brooklyn, finding asylum with a Coney Island carny known as Trick the Dwarf.

Kevin Baker's deftly imagined blend of meticulous historical research and assured narrative invention recreates a world bursting at the seams, a world of freak shows, cataclysmic exhibitions, mad dwarves, and bathing beauties.
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Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Great eMedia at your library!

Did you know your library has great downloadable eBooks, eAudioBooks and movies? You can see them all in the eMedia Catalog!

Today's great title is The good life, Volume 2: Backs to the wall.

The Good Life is a hilarious BBC Sitcom from the mid 1970s:
On his 40th birthday to be precise, Tom Good decides that he's had enough of the rat race and that he and wife Barbara will become self-sufficient.

The pair convert their garden into a farm, get in the pigs and chickens, grow their own crops and on one memorable occasion, try to dye their own wool with nettles.

Tom and Barbara would just be lone loons were it not for their neighbours, the henpecked Jerry Leadbetter and wife Margot, a social climber who cannot bear chickens wandering the back garden.
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