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Theres a lot happening at the Jordaan Library
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Jordaan Library is currently displaying a Batman collection belonging to David Hutchins, age 11, in the library display cases. Hutchins  began the collection when he was 5 years old, and has continued adding to it over time. This display is just a portion of what he has collected. Please show your support of Larned’s youth by taking a few minutes to stop by and see his interesting and delightful collection.
If you’re thinking about travel this spring and summer, Jordaan Library has just added two new Fodor’s titles to the permanent collection. Chicago 2011 offers many suggestions for making your trip unforgettable with recommendations for exploring the Loop, Magnificent mile, Hyde Park, as well as other sights, and for making discerning choices regarding hotels and restaurants. Fodor’s Seattle provides choice picks for exploring the Seattle Center, Downtown, Capital Hill, and recommendations for side trips to the San Juan Islands, Mt. Ranier, and the Olympic National Park.
Planning a family vacation? The Best Family Destinations offers tips on can’t miss historical sites your children will study in school, top theme parks, best road trips, most accessible national parks, as well as best family friendly vacation spots throughout North America.
Is a wedding in your future? Check out The Knot’s Ultimate Wedding Lookbook, with more than one thousand cakes, centerpieces, bouquets, dresses, decorations, and ideas for the perfect day.
The Pioneer Woman Cooks is a homespun collection of photography, rural stories, and scrumptious recipes that have defined author Ree Drummond’s experiences in the country. In addition to recipes and step-by-step pictures depicting the preparation of each dish, you’ll enjoy colorful images of rural life: cows, horses, country kids, and cowboys.
Also new to the shelves is Drummond’s romantic fiction novel. A universal tale of passion, romance, and all-encompassing love that sweeps us off our feet best describes “The Pioneer Woman’s Black Heels to Tractor Wheels, A Love Story.”
Margaret Larson is at Jordaan Memorial Library, Larned, 620-285-2876.