Archive for March 20th, 2014

Happy “Spring!”


Cherry Blossoms in the Snake River Canyon
(Photo 117; C.E. Bisbee; Twin Falls Public Library)

Today is the first day of what many of us look forward to after the the long winter – and, no, I’m not just talking about the NCAA Basketball tournament. It’s the first day of Spring, and while the Magic Valley didn’t have such a harsh winter, it’s always great to see the plants turning green. In honor of the equinox, the books listed below all have the word “spring” in the title. Pick one up and swing into the season.



Another Spring – June Masters Bacher (Christian Romance)

Child of the Northern Spring – Persia Woolley (Historical Fantasy)

Come Spring – Tim F. LaHaye (Christian Historical Romance)

God of Spring – Arabella Edge (Historical Fiction)

Helliconia Spring – Brian Wilson Aldiss (Science Fiction)

Second Spring – Andrew M. Greeley (Historical Fiction)

Spring Cleaning Murders – Dorothy Cannell (Cozy Mystery)

Spring Flowers, Spring Frost – Ismail Kadare (Literary Fiction)

Spring of Souls – William Cobb (Contemporary Fiction)

Spring of the Ram – Dorothy Dunnett (Historical Fiction)



Early Spring: An Ecologist and Her Children Wake to a Warming World – Amy Seidl

If Only They Could Talk: The Miracles of Spring Farm – Bonnie Jones Reynolds

Into Cambodia: Spring Campaign, Summer Offensive – Keith W. Nolan

It Might as Well Be Spring: A Musical Autobiography – Margaret Whiting

The New Middle East: The World After the Arab Spring – Paul Danahar

Silent Spring – Rachel Carson

Spring Creeks – Mike Lawson

Spring Essence: The Poetry of Ho Xuan Huong – Ho Xuan Huong

Spring of Gladness: Reminiscences of Pioneer Life in the Wood River Valley – Mary Brown McGonigal

The Sultan of Spring: A Hunter’s Odyssey Through the World of the Wild Turkey – Bob Saile

Wear and Tear: Stop the Pain and Put the Spring Back in Your Step – Dr. Bob Arnot