Cool Cuisine: Taking the Bite out of Global Warming by Laura Stec; 641.5636 S811c
What can people do to combat global warming? Author, Laura Stec, suggests that a change from the typical U.S. diet to a diet that includes more earth-friendly options is a way to impact the environment in a positive way. Stec includes recipes, cooking tips, and an idea for a book club or tasting party in this book.
A Cool Book on Cool Treats to Cool You Down
Harvest of the Cold Months by Elizabeth David; 641.862 D249h
Got ice? Find out all of the nitty-gritty about ice and ices in a book that is cooler than it seems.
Bed in a Tree: and Other Amazing Hotels from Around the World
by Bettina Kowalewski; 910.202 K88b
Whether it is a hotel room made of ice, an underwater room, or a hotel in a tree, browse through this book that features 27 unique and exciting places to find a one-of-a-kind lodging experience.
If you want unusual lodgings that are closer to home, come and flip through the book Weird Kentucky, R 917.69 H735w. It features three Kentucky attractions where having a unique overnight experience does not involve sleeping in a real tree. The Howard Johnson’s in Florence, KY, boasts a variety of special hotel rooms including an Arctic Cave room, a Kentucky Cave room, Aladdin’s room, and a Treehouse room. Near Mammoth Cave you can stay in a wigwam at Wigwam Village, or for a more regal setting, try out Castle Post in Versailles, KY.
Please mark your calendar for the upcoming Career Fair at Sullivan University-Lexington!
Wednesday, August 20 | 9am – 12:30pm | Oak Room (Rooms 237/239), Rooms 238/240, and Room 242/244
Representatives from over 80 employers will be present. You can see the list here: https://app.box.com/s/cz28vn48esxl8zc3se7v
Come prepared in professional dress with resumes in hand! Also, check out these tips for more information on preparing for a career fair. If you visit at least ten employer booths and complete a short evaluation, you will be registered to win some great door prizes!
If you have any questions, contact Autumn in Career Service at email@example.com or (859) 514–7680.
Who says that great summer reads have to feature a beach or a glass of sweet tea? The titles we are featuring during these dog days of summer have one thing in common. They talk about something cool, be it ice pops, technology, or great ideas. Stop by the library to check out one of these hot (oops, cool) books.
Today’s “cool” read is:
Perfect Pops: The 50 Best Classic & Cool Treats by Charity Ferreira; 641.862 F383p
There’s nothing like a cold treat on a hot day. Remember as a kid how great it was when mom finally relented and let you have a popsicle? Well, move over Freeze Pops. The popsicles featured in this book have real ingredients: fruit, delectable chocolate, and cream in them. As the title suggests there are recipes for 50 different popsicles in this book. This book, and others on making cool treats, is available in the Library and Learning Resource Center. Any of the library staff will be happy to assist you to find this book or any others you may need.
Minute Reviews are back! A minute review is a video review of one of the books in our collection thats lasts, well, duh, about a minute. Today we review Manners Mash-up: a Goofy Guide to Good Manners by Ted Arnold, [et. al.]
Our last book spine poem celebrating National Poetry Month is "Just Another Guy on the Lost Highway"
Lost and found in Russia
To hellholes and back
The geography of bliss
Long way home