This next reading list is for the fans of food and drink. Please enjoy our selection of titles that focus on the history and culture of delicacies and beverages This reading list will be sure to leave you hungry and thirsty!
It's the height of summer here at the Redwood Library, and what better way is there to beat the heat than to hide under the shade with a new summer read? This reading list contains the newest and most exciting reads just in! Check out the hottest mysteries and the latest fiction titles of 2018. These are certainly guaranteed to make the hours fly by as you enjoy a day at the beach, or perhaps quietly under a tree. Grab your summer read today!
Recently PBS provided viewers with a wonderful list of books entitled The Great American Read in which PBS chose 100 of America's favorite books. You can view the entire list through this link here: https://www.pbs.org/the-great-american-read/books/#/. In honor of this great list, the staff here at the Redwood decided to make our own choices from the Great American Read List, and present them as our next reading list. We hope you enjoy these titles as much as we do!
The Redwood Library will be hosting it's first-ever Trivia Night and this upcoming event has inspired our librarians to take a look at the history of trivia and the books in our collection that have contributed to the encyclopedic knowledge of our members.
Throughout history, fashion has been a major part of the daily lives of endless amounts of individuals. The function of fashion, whether it is for practical purposes, or for display purposes has not changed; rather the changes and adaptations to styles of fashion are constantly in motion.
As part of our 2018 Spring Life of the Mind Salon Series, historian Brian L. Wallin will be discussing the story of German submarine Bremen that made a surprise visit to the Newport Navy Base in October of 1916 and the events that immediately followed. To coordinate with his upcoming lecture, this reading list will share some light on the extraordinary tales of U Boats, and their impact on the Atlantic Ocean during not one, but two World Wars.