by MacQuitty, Miranda
Explores the endless diversity of life in the sea, from the humpback whale and its hour-long songs to the coral colonies that spawn all their young in a single night.
GovEngine, Inc. ("GovEngine.com") is a Florida non-profit organization dedicated to promoting e-Government initiatives and interconnectivity between the federal, state and local levels of government with the citizens of Our Great Nation. GovEngine's goal is to provide to the citizens of the United States of America an educational awareness and broadened understanding of online government accessibility and to emphasize the communication and cooperation between all branches and levels of government with the public. With over 17,000 federal, state, and local governmental links in our database, we take away the confusion and often labor intensive exercise of finding your official governmental portal, all in less than three clicks.
This class will cover the following:
Please bring a flash drive or blank CD-ROM to save your work.
Call (804) 746-9615 to register for this class.
Attendees are required to have a Pamunkey Regional Library card in good standing. If you don't have a card, please call or visit the library before the class to find out about getting a free card.
by Jeans Schissel Norman
Maximize your budget and personalize your bathroom with easy, stylish and affordable ideas from the trusted Better Homes and Gardens brand. Be inspired by creative bathroom ideas including whimsical, modern, romantic, country, spa-style, kid-friendly, nature-inspired and more. Each chapter highlights the elements of the style-the paint, accessories, and details needed to get the look. You'll also find 25 see-it/do-it projects and 12 projects with step-by-step instructions along with more than 140 tips and quick ideas to give an ordinary bathroom a fresh new style.
Evaluating his life on the eve of his death, atypical canine Enzo considers the sacrifices his master, Denny Swift, has made in his pursuit of becoming a professional race car driver, and the dog's own efforts to preserve the Swift family.
by Sam MacDonald
In 2000, Sam MacDonald came to the realization that he was flat broke, and deeply in debt. Rather than declare bankruptcy, he decided to drastically cut expenses and use the savings to pay off the debt. Where before he was the life of the party on a daily basis, he stopped drinking entirely. He got serious about his career as a journalist and took freelance jobs. And he decided to cut his grocery bill...to $8.00 a week. In this hilarious memoir MacDonald shares how he found his true calling, met his wife, paid off his debts, and in the process lost over 100 pounds.