BOOK NOTES: 'Jack Kennedy' ... 'Threaded Together' ... Avril Lavigne'
East Grand Forks Campbell Library o "Jack Kennedy: Elusive Hero," Christopher Mathews. Based on personal interviews and oral histories from those closest to JFK, documents from Kennedy's years at Choate, and notes from Jacqueline Kennedy's first ...
East Grand Forks Campbell Library
• "Jack Kennedy: Elusive Hero," Christopher Mathews. Based on personal interviews and oral histories from those closest to JFK, documents from Kennedy's years at Choate, and notes from Jacqueline Kennedy's first interview after Dallas.
• "Threaded Together: The Pink Ribbon Quilt Project,' B.J. Berti. The story of the Pink Ribbon Quilt Cancer Project with photos of the submitted quilts and blocks and about the many women who came together to stitch for a cause.
• "Avril Lavigne (People in the News)," Yvonne Ventresca. Ages 12 and up. A contemporary biography that includes information about Avril's childhood, how she got her recording contract, the issues of making her first CD, and her initial rise to fame.
• "Courage and Consequence: My Life as a Conservative in the Fight," Karl Rove. Rove responds to critics, passionately articulates his political philosophy, and defends the choices he made on the campaign trail and in the White House.
• "The Second Nine Months: One Woman Tells the Real Truth about Becoming a Mom," Vicki Glembocki. Breaking the New Mother Code of Silence, Glembocki connects with new moms, letting them know they are not alone and laughing along the way.