In Death by Killer Mop Doll, Anastasia Pollack is having a rough, well, life.
There are all kinds of gardening books out there - some for specific plants such as roses, some for organic gardening, and even others that help you design your garden. Where does a gardener go for an all-in-one solution? Look no further than the Reader's Digest Everyday Garden Solutions: Expert Advice from The National Gardening Association.
Ephemera. A world crafted of broken realities held together by magical bridges that often take you where you need to go, not where you intend. Belladonna has the power to save the realms from the Eater of the World, but dark magic attempts to thwart her at every turn.
Now learning a new language is even easier! Mango Languages has introduced Mango Mobile an app that can help you learn a language on the go! The app can be downloaded for free for both iOS and Android devices.
While not all of us love bugs, most Canadians can agree that butterflies are beautiful! Lepidopterists, scientists who study butterflies, are looking for Canadians to help them observe, photograph and track butterflies in our communities.
Join us for a presentation on Gardening Green by the London Middlesex Master Gardeners on May 2nd from 7-30 pm in the Stevenson & Hunt room of the Central Library. This program will help you to hone your organic gardening practices.
Mother dogs don't use treats, so what does she have that we don't, and how can we get it?
Once renowned for their abilities to cure the sick and wounded, the healers of the Fifteen Realms now stand accused of spreading, and perhaps even causing, the plague that has decimated the population. The governments have fallen and the Realms stand on the brink of anarchy.
The thought of fresh, organic, homegrown vegetables out of my own backyard conjures thoughts of sunshine, summer... and a bit of fear! I truthfully don't know a lot about growing vegetables. How much light? How often should I water? What about bugs? Scary thoughts for a beginner.
Are we in an energy crisis? What will the energy strategy for Ontario look like? How can we find a balance between providing the growing energy requirements in our province while meeting the need to reduce emissions to preserve our environment for the future?