We dedicated March to some of our favorite female authors and characters. Today we’re sharing with you our final book review, written by Dorothy at the Central Library. We hope that you’ve enjoyed this series. What female authors or characters did we miss? Do you have a favorite that you’d like to share with us?
We’re wrapping up our “Women in the Arts” series with a spotlight on Shannon, who works at the South Cobb Regional Library. Her talent? Sewing! Specifically, Shannon sews costumes. Here’s a little bit about her, in her own words: “I’ve been a big fan of anime (Japanese animation) since 1996. In 2001, I attended my
March is almost over, but we’re not done highlighting some of the talented women who work at the Cobb County Public Library System. Today we’re featuring the skills of Jennifer, who works at the Central Library. Jennifer has many talents, but today we’re focusing on her needlework. Here’s a little bit about her skills, in
An Interrupted Life and Letters from Westerbork by Etty Hillesum The text of this book contained two sets of manuscripts, the first, An Interrupted Life, contained the diaries of Etty Hillesum written between 1941 and 1943 while she lived in Amsterdam. Etty was a young mid-twenties Jewish woman who chronicled her life under Nazi rule
All this month, we’re dedicating our blog to a virtual celebration of Women’s History Month. Today’s post is another in our “Women in the Arts” series, and we have a wonderful artist for you: Nancy, who’s a volunteer at the Central Library. “Art time is intensely peaceful time for me. My images come from deep