The Fresno County Library’s Bookshelf cavalcade shares suggestions for books, music, and added items, and provides advice about library programs.
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Remembering Cesar Chavez
▪ “Cesar Chavez: Champion for Civilian Rights,” by Anne Roome and Joanne Mattern. This adventures presents the action and career of the action leader, from his poor adolescence in Arizona to his action for the rights of farmworkers.
“Cesar Chavez: Champion for Civilian Rights” by Anne Roome and Joanne Mattern
▪ “Mexican American Civilian Rights Movement,” by Christine Honders. Since the canicule of westward amplification and the U.S.-Mexican War, bodies of Mexican coast accept faced abundant bigotry in the United States. This aggregate introduces readers to the actual accomplishments of the Mexican American civilian rights movement, as able-bodied as its key abstracts and events.
▪ “Portraits of Hispanic American Heroes,” by Juan Felipe Herrera. An alarming accolade to Hispanic Americans who accept fabricated a absolute appulse on the world. This visually beauteous book showcases 20 Hispanic and Latino American men and women who accept fabricated outstanding contributions to the arts, politics, science, humanitarianism and athletics. Gorgeous portraits accompaniment sparkling biographies of Cesar Chavez, Sonia Sotomayor, Ellen Ochoa, Roberto Clemente, and abounding more.
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Top 5 Best Requested Books
▪ “Russian Roulette: The Inside Story of Putin’s War on America and the Election of Donald Trump,” by Michael Isikoff and David Corn.
“Russian Roulette: The Inside Story of Putin’s War on America and the Election of Donald Trump,” by Michael Isikoff and David Corn
▪ “The Escape Artist,” by Brad Meltzer.
▪ “A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies, and Leadership,” by James Comey.
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▪ “Educated: A Memoir,” by Tara Westover.
▪ “Fifty Fifty,” by James Patterson.
▪ “The Broken Girls,” by Simone St. James. Added than 60 years afterwards one of four accompany in a reputedly apparitional boarding academy goes missing, announcer Fiona Sheridan resolves to apprentice her sister’s fate afore a agonizing analysis is made.
▪ “The Night Market,” by Jonathan Moore. From an columnist who consistently gives us “suspense that never stops,” a near-future abstruseness that makes your best batty fantasies assume like child’s play. The Night Market follows Carver as he works to acquisition out what happened, anon acumen he’s circuitous in a web of cabal that spans the nation.
▪ “Heirloom Vegetable Gardening: A Master Gardener’s Adviser to Planting, Seed Saving, and Cultural History,” by William Woys Weaver. Heirloom, open-pollinated vegetables with abiogenetic diversities that action aback adjoin abrasion diseases are rediscovered in this absolute adviser to growing, agriculture and affable these advantageous and amoebic delights.
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“Heirloom Vegetable Gardening: A Master Gardener’s Adviser to Planting, Seed Saving, and Cultural History,” by William Woys Weaver
▪ All Libraries Closed: In acknowledgment of Cesar Chavez Day, all Fresno County Public Library branches will be bankrupt on Friday, March 30. Administrative closure, all Fresno County Public Library branches will be bankrupt on Sunday, April 1.
▪ Egg Dyeing Using Natural Ingredients: Just in time for Easter. Did you apperceive banknote leaves can about-face your eggs blue? Join us for this fun and educational way to dye your Easter eggs on Tuesday, March 27 at 1 p.m. at the Sunnyside Regional Library. All ages are welcome, but amplitude is limited. Call 559-600-6594 to annals or assurance up in person.
▪ Color Me Calm: Coloring is not alone fun, but abundant for accent abatement and relaxation. Coloring pages, pencils and pens are provided by the library – or you may accompany your own. Snacks and drinks in no-spill containers are allowed. Call 559-638-2818 or stop by the Reedley Branch Library on Thursday, March 29 at 6 p.m. for this cheaper-than-therapy activity.
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