Thursday, August 06, 2015

 

Library checks out serenity & enlightenment; No return date



Join us at the Warmack Library on Sunday, August 9 from 3 to 4 pm for a lesson on transcendental meditation. The free class will be led by by members of the Isha Foundation USA. Gain a sense of wellbeing, calm and tranquility by using ancient methods.  Learn to handle stress and focus effectively, as well.

Wednesday, August 05, 2015

 

Can't wait for a return? Buy It Now!

http://www.amazon.com/?_encoding=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&linkCode=ur2&tag=grandprairie-20
Can't wait for someone to bring back the book you're dying to read? Look for the "Buy It Now" when you search. Shopping for anything else at Amazon? Click the link above, and the Library will receive a part of your proceeds.

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

 
You can't put it off forever - but we've made it easier to find your GPISD assigned school reading at the Main Library. Look for the shelf behind the Information Desk  - we've gathered most of the books there. Some may be available as eBooks.

Monday, July 13, 2015

 

Mars, The Read Planet


Our nearest solar neighbor, Mars, has long been the subject of exploration and research. From the very beginning humanities’ interest in space has been about making a voyage into the unknown, to satisfy our curiosity, to take advantage of scientific opportunity, and to display our spirit of exploration. Why else would our robotic explorers have such adventurous names if not to reflect our own nature among the stars? These books seek to highlight our progress and achievement as research on the Red Planet continues and to look at our ongoing journey into space. From Mars to the Jovian Moons, Jupiter, and beyond our very own solar system!

http://gp.ent.sirsi.net/client/library/search/results?qu=Red+Rover+roger+wiens&te=

 

In its eerie likeness to Earth, Mars has long captured our imaginations-both as a destination for humankind and as a possible home to extraterrestrial life. It is our twenty-first century New World; its explorers robots, shipped 350 million miles from Earth to uncover the distant planet’s secrets”. This book explores the robotic space exploration of the Mars rover Curiosity as well as the incredible journey it took to get there. 



http://gp.ent.sirsi.net/client/library/search/results?qu=dreams+of+other+worlds&te=Dreams of other worlds : the amazing story of unmanned space exploration 

This book tells the stories of eleven space exploration voyages. Beginning with missions to Mars and moving beyond it shows, with vivid illustrations, the progress we have made scientifically with unmanned space exploration. 









 

Science Fiction meets reality as the rover curiosity braves the harsh conditions of Mars on its indefinite mission “to determine the planet's "habitability” (NASA. Web). Mars up close offers a detailed insider look at the journey and technology of the curiosity mission, as well as the trial and tribulations it took to reach a planet thirty-five million miles away from home.


 

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