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Living Large: Non-fiction in Large Print
Our large print collection has been steadily growing over the past few years. In fact, it has become so large that we had to move it downstairs where it could continue to expand! You may already know that we own tons of bestsellers, mysteries and romances in large print, but did you know we also have lots of great non-fiction titles?
Just in the past few weeks, we’ve added:
The Girls from Ames: A Story of Women and a Forty-Year Friendship by Jeffery Zaslow
Eleven childhood friends grew up in the small town of Ames together. Remarkably, and despite living in eight different states, they have stayed friends for over forty years. Their stories are collected here with photographs, recounting their good times and bad from marriage to death.
Genealogy Online for Dummies by Matthew L. Helm and April Leigh Helm
Delving into your family history? There are lots of great resources online and this text will guide you to them. Many of them are available right here in the library!
The Lost City of Z by David Grann
In 1925, Percy Fawcett set out with his son to find El Dorado or as he had dubbed it, the lost city of Z. His entire party vanished without a trace. Nearly a century later David Grann, set out to discover the truth.
Traveling with Pomegranates: a Mother-Daughter Story by Sue Monk Kidd and Ann Kidd Taylor
The author of The Secret Life of Bees teams up with her daughter Ann to write about their healing trip through Greece and France. Sue was trying to reconnect with her daughter and put together the plot that would eventually become The Secret Life of Bees while Ann struggled with depression. Their inspiring tale is sure to suck you in.