· Marge Marsh has donated to the library her recently published book Being There: My Aids Buddy Story (1990-1996) (261.832) Read about this experience and get to know Marge better.
· Other new books are: When Spiritual But Not Religious is Not Enough; Seeing God in Surprising Places, Even the Church by Lillian Daniel (248.4), Christ Actually; Reimagining Faith in the Modern Age by James Carroll (232), and Glennon Doyle Melton’s Carry On Warrior: the Power of Embracing Your Messy Beautiful Life (616.8619).
· For Children or young at heart adults who want to learn Spanish, Alice Boggs Lentz has given us two copies of her I Teach You-You Teach Me; Beginning Reader.
· A donated DVD, The Ministry of Animals shows the many ways that animals (especially dogs) can and do minister to us and have throughout history (DVD/CBS). SPIKE APPROVED!
· The subject of Congo refugees lives in Kenya, City of Saints and Thieves (F/And) is a fictional story of one such refugee family. Author Natalie C. Anderson is a cousin of a church member who has spent the last decade working with NGOs and the U.N. on refugee relief and development in Africa.