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BOOK REVIEW: Pachinko by Jin Min Lee – January 2018

BOOK REVIEW:  Pachinko by Jin Min Lee - January 2018

Lee secures our attention and keeps it on a tight leash throughout. Her characters are complex, sympathetic, and highly individuated.

SPECIAL NOTE OF GRATITUDE – January 2018

SPECIAL NOTE OF GRATITUDE - January 2018

This is a special note of gratitude to all involved with our 2nd annual Christmas parade, successfully delivering Santa Claus to the Andes Library for our town Christmas Tree and Nativity lighting.

FIELD NOTES: THE WRONG HOLLOW – January 2018

FIELD NOTES: THE WRONG HOLLOW - January 2018

Toxic squirrels? Could it be that our red squirrels are so toxic that their predators won’t eat them? Well it appeared this way as I left two fresh killed up where I set my trail cam, which is usually baited with meat table scraps, and, as always scavenged by coyotes, bears or raccoons the first night.

JUST PHYLLISOPHY: FIRST REAL SNOW -January 2018

JUST PHYLLISOPHY: FIRST REAL SNOW -January 2018

Inside and cozy while it snows.

LIBRARY NOTES – January 2018

LIBRARY NOTES - January 2018

Local artisan and children’s author Gary Mead visited the library on Monday, December 18th to read his children’s book My First Tree Book – Sweet Sap to over twenty students from Andes Central School CROP program.

GARDEN THERAPY: Man Versus Nature – What is a garden anyway? – January 2018

GARDEN THERAPY:   Man Versus Nature – What is a garden anyway? - January 2018

I actually like Wikipedia’s take on it much better: A garden is a planned space, usually outdoors, set aside for the display, cultivation and enjoyment of plants and other forms of nature. The garden can incorporate both natural and man-made materials.