New books at Steele–place your hold today! Here are just a few of our new Nonfiction selections at the Steele Memorial Library. Memoirs from Joan Didion and richard Ford, a new 5 Love Languages for singles, and books about Continue reading New books at Steele–place your hold today!
“Reclaiming Conversation: The Power of Talk in a Digital Age,” by Sherry Turkle was technically published in October, 2015, but is a well reviewed book that I feel is worth mentioning. This author proclaims that while we are constantly communicating Continue reading New Non-Fiction Books at Steele
Headstrong: 52 Women Who Changed Science -And the World by Rachel Swaby. This book brings to life the inspiring biographies of 52 female visionaries in science, technology, engineering and math. When Parents Part: How Mothers and Fathers Can Help Their Continue reading New non-fiction books to look for!
New non-fiction books are always fun to browse, and this month is no exception. Dead Wake: The Last Crossing of the Lusitania by Erik Larson is an incredibly detailed narrative of a well known event of World War I, the Continue reading Stop by to browse new non-fiction at Steele
It is not just about New Year’s resolutions, the focus for Americans today seems to be about Healthy Lifestyles. There is information on healthy eating, special diets, healthy aging, and lifestyle changes in general. This trend of course is a Continue reading It is not just about New Year’s resolutions
Whenever a New Year approaches we all tend to look towards declaring resolutions, making changes in our lives, and embarking on new paths. Even though 2015 has already rolled in, I see the Winter Blues as a perfect motivation for Continue reading Self-improvement in 2015
“Glamour, Gidgets, and the Girl Next Door: Television’s Iconic Women from the ’50s, ’60s, and ’70s” by Herbie J. Pilato. This book is a celebration of the wonderful women of television that many of us grew up with. A fact Continue reading From pop culture to historical oddities, our new non-fiction books have some interesting subjects to appeal to all!
A biography is a detailed account of a person’s life experiences, while an autobiography is written by the person themselves. If you are not familiar with our collection, the Chemung County Library District has a significant collection of biographies and Continue reading New Biographies at Steele Memorial Library
Much like our non-fiction collection, this month’s “Librarian’s Picks” covers a potpourri of subjects. I hope one of these books catches your interest! 158.1 WEE Heads Up Psychology by Marcus Weeks This book offers an explanation of Psychological theories and Continue reading A variety of new non-fiction at Steele
September is not only back to school month, but it is National Library Card Sign-up month with many activities and programs scheduled in our local libraries. Computer classes are gearing up again, children’s story hours, movie events and adult programs Continue reading Non-Fiction books for “making” at Steele