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New Books & DVD’s at the AACIL!

Tuesday, April 13th, 2010

We’ve just been lucky enough to have received some new items to our library, courtesy of the Ann Arbor District Library (thanks!).  Some tasty samplings for your review:

Books on Tape:
-Slum Dog Millionaire (just listened to it – it’s fabulous!)

DVD’s for kids:
- Marley & Me (heart-warming tear jerker)
- Water Horse
- Nim’s Island (a girl grows up)

DVD’s for grown-ups:
- Apocolypto (action film for guys, eh?)
- Sunshine Cleaning (about family / sisterly love)
- The other Boleyn Girl (reviews say it’s good).

- Live & Learn & Pass it on (Volume II), by Harold S. Kushner
- When Bad things Happen to Good People, by Harold S. Kushner
- Bald in the land of Big Hair, by Joni Rodgers.

Materials in the library range from the practical to the inspiring.  Readers can find information about the ADA, self-help manuals, novels, and stories focusing on the experiences of those living life with a disability. There’s no fee for check-outs, and circulation is generally for about a month.  The Library is open during regular CIL business hours.  Check-out requires completing a simple form.  Come on out and find some tasty media!

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