Can you guess today’s posers? Yesterday’s posers were: Chef Foster, Chef Armstrong, and culinary instructor Libby Allen.
A Culinary theme for our face-booking posers today. Can you guess who they are?
Here are today’s “face-book” posers. Can you guess who they are? Yesterday’s were faculty members Mr. Jones & Ms. Fuller.
Here are today’s “face-book” posers. Can you guess who they are?
Help us celebrate National Library Week by playing along in our “face-book” game, “Who’s Behind the Book?”. Each day over on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter and here we’ll post a photo (or 2) of a faculty or staff member (or even a couple of student workers) hiding behind a book cover. This is why we call it a “face-book”. Make your guess as to who it is in the comment section of that post.
Bye, Bye Goldfish
How to bury a goldfish
When nature strikes
First, break all the rules
How to Bury a Goldfish and Other Ceremonies and Celebrations for Everyday Life by Virginia Lang and Louise Nayer; R 306.87 L271h
The authors, who are also moms, provide suggestions for 100 different traditions and rituals that can help guide families through happy life events and more somber occasions.
When Nature Strikes: Weather Disasters and the Law by Marsha L. Baum; 344.7305 B347w
A law professor presents the different laws related to weather events, and then she uses specific cases, legislation, and actions taken to show how those laws have been created and interpreted in the United States.
First, Break All the Rules: What the World’s Greatest Managers Do Differently by Marcus Buckingham and Curt Coffman; 658.4 B923f
What do successful managers know? According to authors Buckingham and Coffman, successful leaders know how to break the rules to get things accomplished.
The Simpsons do Math!?
The Simpsons and their mathematical secrets
Figuring it out
The Simpsons and Their Mathematical Secrets by Simon Singh; 510 S617s
Singh, the author of Fermat’s Enigma, decodes several episodes of the Simpsons to reveal how much math really is there, and he talks with some of the writers who obviously have a thing for math.
Figuring It Out: Entertaining Encounters with Everyday Math by Nuno Crato; 510 C896f
How can you not be hooked with this teaser, “funny and puzzling mathematical stories?”
Aha! Solutions by Martin Erickson; 511.3 E684a
The author presents 100 problems, from the mathematical disciplines of algebra, geometry, calculus, to show how aha solutions in math can be discovered.
Today’s book spine poem is about a motorcyclist’s bad day
Once upon a cool motorcycle dude
Off-ramps and on-ramps
Sixty to zero :-(
Once Upon a Cool Motorcycle Dude by Kevin O’Malley, Carol Heyer, and Scott Goto; JF O
At school a girl and a boy write their own versions of a fairy tale that includes ponies, princesses, motorcycles, and gold.
Off-Ramps and On-Ramps: Keeping Talented Women on the Road to Success by Sylvia Ann Hewlett; 658.3 H612o
Ms. Hewlett discusses the phenomenon women who left the workforce for family reasons face when they try to re-enter the job market.
Spark: How Old-Fashioned Values Drive a Twenty-First-Century Corporation by Frank Koller; 338.7 K81s
What do a best-selling Harvard Business Review case study, a decades-old U.S. company, and welding have in common? Check out Mr. Koller’s book titled Spark to learn about what binds those three things.
Boom: Marketing to the Ultimate Power Consumer—the Baby-Boomer Woman by Mary Brown & Carol Orsborn; 658.834 B879b
Two executives at Imago Creative describe how they use market research to woo baby boomer women into to buying products.
Sixty to Zero: An Inside Look at the Collapse of General Motors—and the Detroit Auto Industry by Alex Taylor III; 338.7629 T238s
A veteran auto-industry reporter details what happened at GM and in Detroit that led to GM’s collapse.