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Monday, May 21, 2018

Celebrate Every Day With Books 5/21/2018 - 5/27/2018

Celebrate Every Day With Books 5/21/2018 - 5/27/2018

It seems like everyday has some new theme to celebrate so I thought it might be fun to see what kind of interesting books I can find  (new, old, or coming soon) for an everyday holiday. In fact, most days have more than one holiday!

Just so you know I have not read most of these but the ones I pick seem the most interesting.  You can probably find tons more books for each holiday but I am only going to pick two books for every holiday.

Let me know what you think.  Do any of them seem interesting to you? Is there another book you think would be a better choice?


National Waiters And Waitresses Day

Title: Diary Of A Waitress by Carolyn Meyer
Genre: Juvenile, Historical Fiction
What It Is About?: In 1926, droves of Americans traveled by train across the United States to visit the West. They ate at Harvey Houses, where thousands of well–trained waitresses provided first–class service. The Waitresses: The Journal of a Harvey Girl tells the first-person story of one spunky girl, Kitty Evans, as she faces the often funny and painful experiences she and fellow waitresses Cordelia and Emmy endure.
Available: IN STORES NOW

Title: Waiter Rant by Steve Dublanica
Genre: Non-Fiction, Memoir, Biography
What It Is About?: Eye-opening, outrageous, and unabashed—replete with tales of customer stupidity, arrogant misbehavior, and unseen tidbits of human grace in the most unlikely places—Waiter Rant presents the server's unique point of view, revealing surefire secrets to getting good service, proper tipping etiquette, and ways to ensure that your waiter won't spit on your food.
Available: IN STORES NOW


World Goth Day

Title: Gothic Art by Nicole Henderson
Genre: Non-Fiction, Art
What It Is About?:  Gothic Art is a powerful new illustrated book, packed with intimate portraits of lonely vampires, winsome witches and stunning visions of eerie characters and landscapes.
Available: IN STORES NOW

Title: Goth by Chris Roberts, Hywel Livingstone, and Emma Baxter-Wright
Genre: Non-Fiction, Art, Design
What It Is About?: A visually compelling look at one of the most popular and compelling styles in art, fashion, and literature: the Gothic
Available: IN STORES NOW


Lucky Penny Day

Title: Keep The Change by Harley J. Spiller
Genre: Non-Fiction, Hobbies, Collection, Money
What It Is About?:  This highly selective tour through U.S. currency legends and lore will inspire readers to look with a new sense of wonder at the bills that pass through our hands every day.
Available: IN STORES NOW

Title: The Lucky Penny by Shirley Redenius
Genre: Fiction, Children's, Picturebook
What It Is About?: A rhyming children's book about a courageous penny. See where it goes on its adventures and journey of self-discovery.
Available: IN STORES NOW


National Escargot Day

Title: Escargot by Dashka Slater
Genre: Fiction, Children's, Picturebook
What It Is About?:
Bonjour! Escargot is a beautiful French snail who wants only two things:
1. To be your favorite animal.
2. To get to the delicious salad at the end of the book.
Available: IN STORES NOW

Title: Clovis Crawfish And Etienne Escargot by Mary Alice Fontenot
Genre: Fiction, Children's, Picturebook
What It Is About?: Rain falls steadily on the banks of the bayou, turning the dirt to mud and causing the water to rise. But Etienne Escargot has barely noticed the rain-he has laid a mound of tiny, pearl-white eggs and is overwhelmed by his good fortune. Too late, he realizes he is marooned on a mud pile in a growing puddle. Can Clovis Crawfish think of some way to save the unborn snails?
Available: IN STORES NOW


National Missing Children Day

Title: Missing Children by James N Tedisco and Michelle A. Paludi
Genre: Non-Fiction, Psychology
What It Is About?:  This book fills a need by focusing on variables that assist in confronting and preventing child abductions, including teacher training, public education, and awareness, psychotherapeutic techniques for families and friends of abducted children as well as the children themselves.
Available: IN STORES NOW

Title: The Satin Man by Alan Whiticker and Stuart Mullins
Genre: Non-Fiction, Biography, True Crime
What It Is About?: In 2006, author Alan Whiticker, assisted by researcher Stuart Mullins, wrote the definitive account of the sibling's disappearance in Searching For The Beaumont Children. Since the publication of that book, fresh leads have been skeptically received, until one family, in particular, presented a remarkable possibility - that their family patriarch, a man with a peculiar predilection for satin, might have been involved.
Available: IN STORES NOW


Sally Ride Day

Title: Sally Ride by Tam O’Shaughnessy
Genre: Non-Fiction, Juvenile, Biography
What It Is About?: This vivid photobiography, written by Sally's life, writing, and business partner, Tam O'Shaughnessy, offers an intimate and revealing glimpse into the life and mind of the famously private, book-loving, the tennis-playing physicist who made history.
Available: IN STORES NOW

Title: Sally Ride by Baby Professor
Genre: Non-Fiction, Juvenile, Biography
What It Is About?: Get to know Sally Ride, the first American woman in space!
Available: IN STORES NOW


Sunscreen Protection Day

Genre: Fiction, Children, Picturebook
What It Is About?: With read-aloud-friendly text and bold illustrations, young readers will learn surprising facts about animal adaptations such as how animals protect their eyes from the sun, walk in deep snow, breathe underwater and more.
Available: IN STORES NOW

Title: Homemade Sunscreen by Belinda Gibbons
Genre: Non-Fiction, Health, Recipes
What It Is About?: If you not feeling good about buying the sunscreens on the market after the banana boat scare why not make your own. Add the ingredients you feel safe putting on you and your family. My sunscreens contain toxic ingredients or endocrine disrupting chemicals that you run into your own body and loved ones.
Available: IN STORES NOW

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