On the shelves: New book at Clovis library
How to Draw New Mexico’s Sights and Symbols by Aileen Weintraub was given by Phil and Barbara Casey in memory of Bill Naggs. This informative and entertaining book combines interesting facts about the Land of Enchantment with step-by-step instructions on drawing the State seal, yucca, roadrunner, capitol building, and much more.
Math for All Seasons by Greg Tang was given by Joe and Fran Fanders in memory of Bill Naggs. Using riddles to stretch your mind and teach you to think smart, the creative techniques in this book help you find the answers to math puzzles in a flash and, at the same time, learn valuable problem-solving skills.
In order to give local property owners guidance on all methods of flood protection, the Library maintains a collection of documents relating to flood management. These manuals include information on residential repair, elevated structures, manufactured housing in flood-prone areas, flood proofing non-residential buildings, retrofitting procedures, and maps of local floodplain areas. A complete list of these circulating publications is available at the Reference Desk, and staff will be happy to direct interested persons to them.
Complete Bike Book by Chris Sidwells will help you buy the right equipment and clothing, develop stamina through diet and training, get you started, hone your riding skills, develop your racing skills, and teach you how to repair and maintain your bike for maximum performance.
Johnson’s Mother and Baby gives new parents the knowledge and skills to take you through each stage of pregnancy and birth and offers in-depth advice on everything needed to care for a newborn and give your baby the best possible start in life.
Bringing Elizabeth Home: A Journey of Faith and Hope by Ed Smart shares the pain of every parent’s worst fear from the night that their daughter Elizabeth was kidnapped from their home until she was restored to them nine months later.