HOLIDAY READING RECOMMENDATIONS FOR ADULTS 2017

1. Tracy Chevalier’s GIRL WITH A PEARL EARRING

2. David McCullough’s THE WRIGHT BROTHERS

3. Patricia Bosworth’s THE MEN IN MY LIFE: A MEMOIR OF LOVE AND ART IN 1950s MANHATTAN

4. Nancy Friday’s MY MOTHER/MYSELF

5. Elizabeth Forsythe Hailey’s A WOMAN OF INDEPENDENT MEANS

6. Tennessee Williams’s A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE

7. Elizabeth Brown Pryor’s CLARA BARTON: PROFESSIONAL ANGEL

8. Lillian Hellman’s SCOUNDREL TIME

9. Herman Wouk’s MARJORIE MORNINGSTAR

10. Elie Wiesel’s NIGHT

11. Margaret Mitchell’s GONE WITH THE WIND

12. Philip Roth’s PATRIMONY

13. Elena Ferrante’s THE NEAPOLITAN NOVELS (A QUARTET)

HOLIDAY READING RECOMMENDATIONS FOR ADULTS 2017

 

HOLIDAY READING RECOMMENDATIONS FOR ADULTS 2017

HOLIDAY READING RECOMMENDATIONS FOR KIDS 2017

1. Jean Fritz’s HOMESICK

2. Joanne O’Sullivan’s BETWEEN TWO SKIES

3. Greer Macallister’s GIRL IN DISGUISE

4. Mark W. Sandler’s THE WHYDAH: A PIRATE SHIP FEARED, WRECKED & FOUND

5. Jeanette S. Arakawa’s THE LITTLE EXILE

6. Robyn Gioia’s UNDER SIEGE!

7. Linda Williams Jackson’s MIDNIGHT WITHOUT A MOON

8. Jennifer Latham’s DREAMLAND BURNING

9. Edward Cody Huddleston’s JOHN QUINCY ADAMS 250 YEARS AFTER HIS BIRTH

10. Renee Rosen’s WINDY CITY BLUES

11. Rich Wallace’s and Sandra Neil Wallace’s BLOOD BROTHER: JONATHAN DANIELS AND HIS SACRIFICE FOR CIVIL RIGHTS

12. Caroline Starr Rose’s JASPER AND THE RIDDLE OF RILEY’S MINE

13. Margot Lee Shetterly’s HIDDEN FIGURES (YOUNG READERS’ EDITION)

14. Melissa De La Cruz’s ALEX & ELIZA: A LOVE STORY

15. William Golding’s, LORD OF THE FLIES

 

HOLIDAY READING RECOMMENDATIONS FOR KIDS 2017

December 2017 Book Recommendations

Priscilla Beaulieu Presley’s and Sandra Harmon’s, ELVIS AND ME; her version of their story.

Isabella Leitner’s, FRAGMENTS OF ISABELLA: A MEMORY OF AUSCHWITZ; transported to a concentration camp to die, the author defied the low chance of survival: “You don’t die of anything except death. Suffering doesn’t kill you. Only death.”

Agatha Christie’s, THE MIRROR CRACK’D FROM SIDE TO SIDE; a dose of poison goes to the wrong person. Miss Marple is called in to investigate.

William Shakespeare’s, MACBETH; murder and avarice abound — around King Duncan.

December 2017 Book Recommendations

December 2017 Book Recommendations

Priscilla Beaulieu Presley’s, ELVIS AND ME (with Sandra Harmon); Her version of their story.

Isabella Leitner’s, FRAGMENTS OF ISABELLA: A MEMORY OF AUSCHWITZ; Transported to a concentration camp to die, the author defied the low chance of survival: “You don’t die of anything except death. Suffering doesn’t kill you. Only death.”

Agatha Christie’s, THE MIRROR CRACK’D FROM SIDE TO SIDE; a fatal dose of poison goes to the wrong person. Miss Marple is called in to investigate.

William Shakespeare’s, MACBETH; Murder and avarice abound — around King Duncan.

December 2017 Book Recommendations

Kent County Arts Council Celebrates Leslie Prince Raimond

 

The Kent County Arts Council invites you to join us for a Gala Celebration of Leslie Prince Raimond, and a life time of dedication to the Arts in Kent County, Maryland.

Tuesday, December 12, 2017 at 7pm at The Garfield Center for the Arts

210 High Street, Chestertown, MD

Tickets are $75 each and include a dessert reception.

Click here to purchase your ticket online with a Credit or Debit Card.

Kent County Arts Council Celebrates Leslie Prince Raimond

 

 

 

To make a reservation and pay for your ticket with a check email the Kent County Arts Council or call 410-778-3700.

When you purchase a ticket you will automatically get a 1 year membership to the Kent County Arts Council.

Smilow Lighting in Interior Design Magazine’s Fall Market Tabloid

Feeling so lucky to be in such good company in the most current Fall Market Tabloid from Interior Design Magazine. Check it out below, where our Hanging Pendant is mentioned as a “standout” product.

“First introduced in 1956 and now updated by the designer’s daught, Judy, the pendant lamp sports a handmade shade of birch sticks over linen.”