From Our Table to Yours – Library Display


“From our table to yours…” is the latest library display at St. Thomas Public Library. We’ve included a broad range of books in both the fiction and non-fiction sections, but they all have one thing in common – food. We invite library customers to take books from our display table, to their own table at home.

From the fiction section, we’re sampling a fine collection of food-based mysteries, such as “Key Lime Pie Murder” by Joanna Fluke, and some well-aged general fiction, such as “Fried Green Tomatoes At The Whistle Stop Cafe” by Fannie Flagg.

From the non-fiction section, we’ve selected a palette-pleasing tasting of cookbooks from famous celebrities – like The Food Network’s Bobby Flay, Guy Fieri, Mario Batali, Gordon Ramsey, and Paula Dean – and cookbooks that simply looked too appetizing to resist! Don’t forget that there are non-fiction stories about food, too. For example, the library has several books on the life of Julia Child that are quite delectable!

 

So come on, St. Thomas Public Library fans – read something delicious!

Read Something Delicious

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“From our table to yours…” is the latest library display at St. Thomas Public Library. We’ve included a broad range of books in both the fiction and non-fiction sections, but they all have one thing in common – food. We invite library customers to take books from our display table, to...
<h2></h2> <div> “From our table to yours…” is the latest library display at St. Thomas Public Library. We’ve included a broad range of books in both the fiction and non-fiction sections, but they all have one thing in common – food. We invite library customers to take books from <em>our</em> display table, to their own table at home. From the fiction section, we’re sampling a fine collection of food-based mysteries, such as “Key Lime Pie Murder” by Joanna Fluke, and some well-aged general fiction, such as “Fried Green Tomatoes At The Whistle Stop Cafe” by Fannie Flagg. From the non-fiction section, we’ve selected a palette-pleasing tasting of cookbooks from famous celebrities – like The Food Network’s Bobby Flay, Guy Fieri, Mario Batali, Gordon Ramsey, and Paula Dean – and cookbooks that simply looked too appetizing to resist! Don’t forget that there are non-fiction stories about food, too. For example, the library has several books on the life of Julia Child that are quite delectable!   So come on, St. Thomas Public Library fans – <strong>read something delicious</strong>! <a href="http://stplblog.files.wordpress.com/2013/06/from-our-table-to-yours-whole-display.jpg"><img alt="Read Something Delicious" src="http://stplblog.files.wordpress.com/2013/06/from-our-table-to-yours-whole-display.jpg?w=225&h=300&quot; width="225" height="300" /></a> </div>
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