Author Archive

What We’re Reading: September 17-21

Renting to pet parents, yummy Ranch Dressing, personality types,  spiders and more compiled by Anne-Marie Siudzinski, Senior Library Information Specialist. Sheltering the homeless in empty big-box stores. The tasty history of Ranch Dressing. Will a new boarding system from...
September 21, 2018

What We’re Reading: September 10-14

Mustard pizza, real estate tips from “Game of Thrones”, the oldest house in Mexico City and more compiled by Anne-Marie Siudzinski, Senior Library Information Specialist. Nonprofits are looking to move into better spaces, says a new report from CBRE....
September 14, 2018

What We’re Reading: September 3-September 7

A home in a cave, Dorothy’s ruby slippers, deadly books, new words, hexagons in outer space and life hacks.   Would you want to live in a cave home? Finding a lost baseball mitt, 40 years later. Now Saturn...
September 7, 2018

New Books–September 2018

Watch Your Back by Roger Eckstine He describes various ways people can be prepared both mentally and physically for altercations, with an emphasis on training yourself to constantly observe your surroundings. Additionally, he suggests emergency devices, personal weaponry, and...
September 6, 2018

What We’re Reading: August 27-August 31

Conserving plastic objects, why we spend so much money at Target, live like a Hobbit, favorite decorating accessories, and a tomato fight festival. Build your own Hobbit House (Hobbit not included). How long should you sleep? The problems conserving...

What We’re Reading: August 20-24

A nun with a great pitching arm, green roofs, house tattoos, set-jetting, floating farms and open offices. This nun is a better pitcher than Yu Darvish of the Cubs. It’s hard enough to get one hole-in-one, but three in...

What We’re Reading: August 13-17

Steve Martin, better meetings, a new Girl Scout cookie, a solution for open offices and making schools safer for students and staff. Making meetings more effective.  We all need that! More than 8 million square feet of shopping space–what...

What We’re Reading: August 6-August 10

A horse and buggy, solar roof tiles, secrets of the supermarket and getting rid of ums and ahs. Open plan offices are falling out of favor.  Will the same happen to open concept homes? What leadership lessons can we...

What We’re Reading: July 30-August 3

“Blood Moon”, jobs and dating apps, Game of Thrones, the importance of reading, the Bank of Mom and Dad and emotional ties to your house. We couldn’t see the “Blood Moon” from the U.S., but a German astronaut on...

New Books–August 2018

NAR members and Association staff can borrow up to six electronic books, digital audios and/or videos at no cost, through the Virtual Library eBooks Collection. Members can also borrow up to three books for 30 days from the Library Catalog for a...