Books & Reading

Books & Reading

Series review: The Joe Grey mysteries by Shirley Rousseau Murphy

    Cat lovers, here's a mystery series for you!  If you love Lillian Jackson Braun, you just might like Shirley Rousseau Murphy.  Equally cozy, the Joe Grey series is enchanting in many of the same ways as the Braun's series. While Braun's settings vary, the main locale, Moose County, is "400 miles north of everywhere." Usually acknowledged as Bad Axe, Michigan, Braun lived there for years.

Book review: Special exits: a graphic memoir by Joyce Farmer

   New genre graphic novels has been expanded lately to include graphic nonfiction. If you are still thinking that graphic means "sexually explicit," it is time to adjust.  Rather like the job title "graphic designer" for someone who designs publications and visual images, a graphic novel is a story told in pictures.  The old term was "comic book."  Not really sure why the new term took over, but language is like that. Nobody is shot with a "heater" anymore, now the perp is "packing," usually a "nine," that is, a nine-millimeter weapon.

Two to consult: tweak your medicine & chemical exposure

    Two new books in the Jackson District Library system are strongly recommended for protecting your health.

Comic Book Art Workshop-Presented by Write on Jackson @ Carnegie Library 6-8pm

06/22/2011

Thom Furtrell will teach the process of drawing for comic books from the basic shapes to fleshing the art out and creating images.  This workshop is for artists 6th grade and up.  From 6-8pm.  For more infoamtion 517-788-4087 ext 228

Baby Storytime @ Henrietta Wednesday June 29th@ 3:00 PM

06/29/2011 3:00 pm

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