Tuesday, July 19 2011 @ 12:00 PM PDT
… and the living is, well, rainy here on the west coast.
Apparently we didn’t get the memo about sunshine, heat and lazy summer days. So, when the weather doesn’t cooperate and outside activities are restricted, we have some great summer reads to keep you occupied. And take some books to the beach or the cottage when summer finally catches up and shows its face.
First of all, we have two great NEW titles to check out:
ALASKA’S PREDATORS: Their Ecology & Conservation is a celebration of 22 top predators—land, air and marine—and the essential role they play in complex ecosystems. Full color throughout.
Yale & the Strange Story of Jacko the Ape-boy, the latest addition to our cryptozoology titles, examines the capture of a sasquatch-like creature near Yale, BC in 1884 and his mysterious disappearance.
If history/biography is more your summer style, we have a great selection of fascinating stories, such as:
Shaking the Feather Boa, a country lawyer's life and experiences
and—an enduring favorite—A Doctor’s Notes, the story of local cardiologist Tom Godwin.
Check our catalog for other great titles too, and have a great summer!