It is still National Poetry Month…so here is my chosen poem.
Humming Birds by Betty Sage
I think it is a funny thing
That some birds whistle, others sing.
The Warbler warbles in his throat,
The Sparrow only knows one note,
But he is better off than some,
For Humming Birds can only hum.
I guess you know by now, They’re Back! So get your feeders and sugar water ready.
Every now and then (sounds like a good book title) I like to do what I call a doubles column, well…”Pam’s Picks” for Fiction: “Heartbeat Away” by Michael Palmer, this books is at the crossroads of politics and medicine in this shocking thriller. His son Daniel Palmer has his debut novel, “Delirious.” This is a mind bending novel of paranoia, deception and revenge. Doubles!
“44 Charles Street” by Danielle Steel, where strangers become roommates, and roommates become friends in an old Victorian house. This is in regular and large print.
“Indulgence in Death” by J. D. Robb, this is a NYPSD Eve Dallas novel.
“Treachery in Death” by J. D. Robb, this is also an Eve Dallas novel.
Pam’s Picks for Non-fiction: “Good Old Dog” by Faculty of the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University, Nicholas H. Dodman BVMS and Lawrence Lindner, this book has expert advice for keeping your aging dog happy. (My dog Ashes is 12 years old) I tell her we are going old together!
“Your Dog: Owner’s Manual” by Dr. Marty Becker, this book contains hundreds of secrets for raising a healthy happy dog.
New Kentucky Non-fiction: “Kentucky Fresh Cookbook” by Maggie Green.
“Tastes of All Seasons” by Trigg County Hospital.
New Audio Books on CD: “Hell’s Corner” by David Baldacci, and “The Distant Hours” by Kate Morton.
New DVDs: “Grown Ups,” “Bugs Bunny’s Easter Funnies,” and “The Fat Albert Easter Special.”
For all of you who have asked…we do have the 2011 Edition: “Calorie, Fat, and Carb Counter.” Plus sodium and alcohol, too. But you will need to ask for it at the Circulations desk.