Thanksgiving is the perfect excuse to start getting your culinary knowledge on! We have over 50 amazing cookbooks for you to check out in the PRHS Library with hundreds of delicious, mouthwatering, scrumptious recipes that are just waiting to be created (and devoured)!
You can also listen to Podcasts and discover amazing recipes from NPR's The Splendid Table where you can learn how to make your own ice cream, discover the many traditions of eating frog legs, learn how to eat wild and so much more!
It’s FINALLY here…the world premier of the first installment of Mockingjay, the final Hunger Games book in the trilogy by Suzanne Collins! Eeeek, so exciting!!! Book Club will be taking their annual movie field trip in December to see Mockingjay on the big screen (more details to come)!
Book Club members have always been a big fan of the Hunger Games! If you are a true Hunger Games fan too you totally need to get a Hunger Name! Get your Hunger Name and fate HERE and may the odds be ever in your favor!!!
“Books are the way that we communicate with the dead. The way that we learn lessons from those who are no longer with us, that humanity has built on itself, progressed, made knowledge incremental rather than something that has to be relearned, over and over. There are tales that are older than most countries, tales that have long outlasted the cultures and the buildings in which they were first told” - Neil Gaiman
Neil Gaiman is the critically praised and internationally distinguished master storyteller and multi-media author of dozens of books, short stories, graphic novels, comics and screenplays for movies, radio and television shows!
Listen to Neil Gaiman on the radio show The Moth, where true stories are told live on National Public Radio! Gaiman shares his story of being a teenager and waiting for hours in Liverpool Street Station for his parents, who never arrived. Afterward you can read his article, Why I'm Scared to Tell Stories...and why I love The Moth.
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