Please Pass the Pecans

If you find yourself snacking more and are looking for ways to select healthy and delicious snacks, you will be happy to know that the NPSA (The National Pecan Shellers Association) has designated April as National Pecan Month.  During this entire month, the NPSA encourages all children and adults to consider snacking on pecans as […]

Golden Rule Week

When I was growing up, I had one common motto for my life known as the “Golden Rule.” My parents must have taught me it at an early age because I still live by it today.  As defined by Merriam-Webster, the Golden Rule is a rule of ethical conduct referring to Matthew 7:12 and Luke […]

Did You Know? Spring 2019

The Freeman/Lozier Library is always changing to keep up with the latest trends and services to offer you our best.  Our More Than Books newsletter has a “Did You Know” section that keeps you informed about the changes that have taken place in the library.  Here is the latest news from that newsletter: The Library has new furniture? In December, […]

National Nutrition Month!

It’s hard enough keeping up with the daily requirements of work and home life, let alone getting the proper nutrition your body needs. Especially when fad diets exist and you can’t tell what’s actually going to work or not. That’s why National Nutrition Month exists – to give you a good way to think consciously […]

A Brief History and Overview of Common Keyboard Layouts

Whatever you type on, whether a computer, smart phone, or even typewriter, chances are very slim that you’re using anything other than a QWERTY keyboard layout. Named after the first six letters that appear on the top letter row and invented by Christopher Latham Sholes, this keyboard layout has been around in a recognizable form […]

How to Behave Badly in Elizabethan England Book Review

  This book was chosen on the basis of the title alone. It is packed full of “fun facts” and “did you knows.” Have you ever wondered where language starts, why we say the things we do, where it all comes from, and how the meaning of the words have changed over the years? For […]

The English Boys Book Review

Has it been awhile since you have read a good thriller or suspense novel? “The English Boys,” by Julia Thomas, is an action-packed mystery filled with twists and turns that is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat. The book begins with a wedding scheduled to take place between two budding actors, […]

National Credit Education Month

March is National Credit Education Month! This means that there is no better time to learn a bit about your credit score. While credit scores can be confusing, improving your score (or maintaining a good one) doesn’t have to be. Good credit has a large impact on your future financial state, as a higher score […]

1st Apperance of Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch

Quicksilver Real Name/Alias: Pietro Django Maximoff 1st Appearance: The X-Men #4, March 1964 Profession: Superhero, Super villain Affiliations:  Brotherhood of Evil Mutants, Avengers, Inhumans, X-Factor Created by: Stan Lee and Jack Kirby Abilities: Superhuman speed and reaction time Scarlet Witch Real Name/Alias: Wanda Marya Maximoff 1st Appearance: The X-Men #4, March 1964 Profession: Superhero, Super […]

New Arrivals Spring 2019

We have received the following titles in the last quarter. Interested? Check them out! List compiled by Margie McCandless. The Personality Brokers: The Strange History of Myers-Briggs and the Birth of Personality Testing BF698.8.M94 E56 2018 The Sixties: Freedom, Change and Revolution CB425.H38 2018  The Family Tree Toolkit: A Comprehensive Guide to Uncovering Your Ancestry […]