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New Books for February, 2010

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NEW DATABASE!  Available from the Thrift Library Database Page

Vocations, Careers, and Technical Education Collection

This newest database from Gale offers content from over 300 largely full-text journals.  This collection provides content from general career guides to highly specialized industry journals.  Check it out!

 

From the NetLibrary, E-book of the Month

Procrastinator’s Guide to Getting Things Done

By Monica Ramirez Basco

A helpful book for the procrastinator in us all!  By exploring the reasons that we do it, and how to change our habits, this book offers solutions.  Confronting our issues and developing new behaviors is a must for living a productive life…and getting things done!

  

From the Contemporary Christian Collection

Wind Dancer

By Jamie Carrie

PS 3603.A7465.W56 2009

A novel set during the early 1800s.  As the revolutionary war approaches, a beautiful pioneer girl with a free spirit finds herself embarking on a journey that tests her strength and fearlessness.  Praised for strong characters, romance, and talent, this book is an uplifting treat for all readers.

  

Readings in Historical Theology: Primary Sources of the Christian Faith

By Robert F. Lay

BT 21.3.R27 2009

This book offers more than sixty primary sources that have shaped Christian theology.  Selections are arranged thematically and include ancient creeds, apologetics, church documents, and writings on hermeneutics.  A valuable resource for studies in Christian faith.

  

Making a Living in Crafts

By Donald Clark

TT 149.C58 2006

This book is by a successful artist and retailer who offers advice on turning your passion for craftiness into income.  It is a  comprehensive guide for building a solid business and marketing a product.  A must read for the craft entrepreneur!

 

Archive Picture of the Week - February 3rd, 2010

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