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Welcome to Spring

"Shop Your Closet: The Ultimate Guide to Organizing your Closet with Style” by Melanie Charlton Fascitelli, “Kovels’ Antiques and Collectibles Price List 2008” or “Warman’s Antiques and Collectibles 2009 Price Guide.”, “Jerry Baker’s Perfect Perennials,” “Family Gardens,” by Bunny Guinness, “Better Homes and Gardens Step-by-Step Ultimate Yard and Garden, and “The Homeowner’s Complete Tree and Shrub Handbook,” by Penelope O’Sullivan, “Garden Gate” magazine.

Nancy’s giving the staff  the opportunity to broaden their horizons. This week’s article is brought to you by Nola. 

Isn’t it wonderful to have some of the warm weather that we’ve waited for all winter!  Whether you’re planning your garden, or spring cleaning your attic, you may want to keep in mind some of the new non-fiction titles that have arrived at the library.

 

If organizing during your spring-cleaning is a priority, you may want to check out the book, Shop Your Closet:  “The Ultimate Guide to Organizing your Closet with Style,” written by Melanie Charlton Fascitelli.  Or you may enjoy this title by Peter Walsh,  “Does this Clutter make my Butt Look Fat?”

 

So, having cleaned the attic and your closets, if you find some treasures that you’d forgotten you had, you might want to look them up in “Kovels’ Antiques and Collectibles Price List 2008” or “Warman’s Antiques and Collectibles 2009 Price Guide.”

 

Maybe your first inclination this spring is to work outside. “Jerry Baker’s Perfect Perennials,” can supply some ideas for your landscaping. “Family Gardens,” by Bunny Guinness can help you to design and create gardens for all ages.  Other new titles for planning your outdoor spaces include “Better Homes and Gardens Step-by-Step Ultimate Yard and Garden, and “The Homeowner’s Complete Tree and Shrub Handbook,” by Penelope O’Sullivan.

 

You may also want to check out any of the copies of the magazine, “Garden Gate,” at the Clarion Library.  This subscription is made available for you, compliments of the Clarion Garden Club.

 

Welcome to spring, and, as always, welcome to the Clarion Public Library.