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Articles for March 2018 

Mar 26, 2018

Bunnies, Chicks and Butterflies

Suzanne Sanderson, Plymouth Librarian

Bunnies, chicks, and eggs are symbols of new life so you can see how they would be associated with Easter.  Butterflies are also symbols of Easter. Their whole life cycle is meant to symbolize the life of Jesus Christ. The first stage is the caterpillar, which stands for Jesus' life on earth. The second phase begins from the cocoon stage, portraying the crucifixion and burial of Jesus.…  MORE >>

Topics: Faith

Mar 19, 2018

Easter

Suzanne Sanderson, Plymouth Librarian

Easter is coming!  Bunnies! Chicks! Candy!  Is that what Easter is really about?  

Here are some books that explore the real meaning of Easter.  Next week, bunnies, chicks, and candy.

The Easter story from the Gospels/Northrup, Marguerite  232 NOR

The Passion of Jesus Christ: Fifty Reasons Why He Came to Die /Piper, John 232.96…  MORE >>

Topics: Faith

Mar 12, 2018

Help for caregivers

Suzanne Sanderson, Librarian

Last week, I wrote about how important it is for caregivers to care for themselves. If you are a caregiver, one of the ways to make your life a little easier is to be prepared. Know what your choices are when you are faced with making a decision "right now".

These books (and we have so many more) can help:

Alzheimer's disease : courage for those who care /Adams, Martha O.…  MORE >>


Mar 5, 2018

Take care of yourself!

Suzanne Sanderson, Librarian

In most lives, there is an annus horribilis. the Latin for 'horrible year'.  Queen Elizabeth II famously used the expression in a speech in 1992 to describe that year when everything went spectacularly wrong. (There was a fire at Windsor Castle, the Princess Royal got divorced, the Duke of York separated from his wife and the Prince of Wales had very well-publicized marriage…  MORE >>

Articles for March 2018