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With our “Healthy Food Drive” currently going on and the colder weather settling in, we thought today we would feature a cookbook with light, healthy recipes for your slow cooker.#bookoftheday

Fix-It and Forget-It Lightly Healthy Low-Fat Recipes for Your Slow Cooker by Phyllis Pellman Good

Publisher Summary-Yes, Now you can have it all: Food from your slow cooker that is scrumptious, quick and easy to prepare and low fat!

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Happy Veterans Day. A BIG thank you to all of our Veterans on this very special day. Today’s book is a gripping chronicle of World War ll as soldiers, sailors and marines sacrifice all for one final push toward decisive victory in the fierce maelstrom of the Pacific theater.#bookoftheday

The Final Storm by Jeff Shaara

Publisher Summary – When the United States military refocuses on the war in Japan after the defeat of Germany, the island of Okinawa is targeted as part of a plan to halt conflicts that are inflicting massive casualties on both sides, prompting B-29 pilot Paul Tibbets to accept a mission with world-changing implications

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Happy Friday! Today we have a wonderful book that will pull on your heart strings. Perfect book for a relaxing
weekend!#bookoftheday

Thanksgiving Prayer by Debbie Macomber

Publisher Summary-Claudia Masters meets Seth Lessinger and is torn between the life she has and her love for him; and after her diner burns to the ground Paige McKaslin is free to discover herself and a relationship with rancher Evan Thornton.

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Equipment, techniques, and safety skills needed for Bowhunting today’s book has it! All the information the young bow hunter needs to be ready for his first hunt. #bookoftheday

Bowhunting by Thomas K. Adamson

Publisher Summary-“An arrow flies through the air toward its target. Did the hunter land a huge white-tailed deer? Bowhunters know that a successful hunt a takes skill, patience, and the right equipment. Get the inside information on bows, arrows, clothing, and safety skills you’ll need bring home a doe, turkey, or even a bear.”