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Display Name: ric
About me: In addition of being a library staff member I'm also a fly fisherman,a lens or lensless photographer and a survivor of a traumatic brain injury.
Reading Interests: Fiction or non-fiction that includes photography, flyfishing or brain injuries.

ric's Book Lists
Mandolins (21 titles)
Listen to, and learn to, play a mandolin
Brain Injury (20 titles)
Traumatic Brain Injury
Give Peace a Chance (15 titles)

B&W (or Color) Photography (25 titles)
Art in 10 shades of gray.
To fly fish is to breathe (17 titles)
Walking in rivers instead of sitting in boats.

ric's Comments    
Cover ArtParking lot picker’s songbook
by Bruce, Dix.
Whether you are a beginner or veteran mandolinist, this is a great book including CD’s to play 200 songs with the author.   posted Aug 8, 2013 at 10:10AM

Cover ArtAlmost heaven
by Fabry, Chris, 1961-
Billy Allman lives his life as he believes God wishes people to live. After many hard times and losses, Billy believes that building a radio station in his home to host bluegrass music & Christian programs, will be the key to living his life as God planned. Being gifted at playing the mandolin and a genius with technology helps him to create his vision. Billy story is told not just from interesting bystanders but by his guardian angel as well. With humor and pathos in nearly every chapter, this book will be one I will read often and share with others.   posted Jul 18, 2012 at 2:42PM

Cover ArtAnsel Adams in color
If you like Ansel Adams B&W work, you will love his color work as well.   posted Nov 25, 2009 at 3:08PM

Cover ArtPoetics of place
by Geesaman, Lynn
A local photographer who is also a world class photographer. A book that will please any photography aficionado and will make them read her Gardenscapes book which is also in the catalog.   posted Oct 23, 2009 at 2:08PM

Cover ArtThe brothers K
by Duncan, David James
Using sports, religion and war, the Chance family fairs better or worse as the four brothers follow their own believes and dreams. Taking place from 1950 to the 70’s, you will laugh and cry as the family helps each other as their times and lifes changes during the years. If you hadn’t read this author before, this book will excite you as you explore the learning curves for the entire family.   posted Jul 7, 2006 at 12:42PM

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