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March 29, 2012

Library has magazines for all interests

The library subscribes to dozens and dozens of magazines. Not only can you borrow them for three weeks like you do with our books, you can "try on" a magazine before you decide to subscribe. Last year and this year we've added some new magazines, check these out:

"The Bark" is a dog culture magazine. There are articles on behavior, recipes for food and treats, activities to do with your dog, and how to travel with your dog easily. That's just a sampling of the many different topics explored in this bimonthly title.

"Digital Photo" is a great magazine to help you learn how to take better digital photographs. Issued bimonthly, you'll learn techniques for color and black-and-white. Articles on lighting, equipment, skills and more are regular features.

"Your Knitting Life" is full of knitting patterns for children and adults. Sweaters, hats, vests, dresses, scarves, baby items, accessories and more are available. Issued every other month, color photos and large print make for easy reading. This magazine was formerly known as "Knitting Today."

Jewelry makers will want to read "Bead Style," which contains projects for all skill levels. Bracelets, necklaces, earrings and more fill each bimonthly issue. Step-by-step instructions with photos are easy to follow. You will also learn about the many different products available for making jewelry.

"Scientific American Mind" helps you learn all about your brain and the things that go on inside of it. Each issue is filled with fascinating stories and the discoveries being made by researchers. If you like learning new things, this is a great magazine to read.

"Diabetic Living" is filled with recipes to help keep your diabetes under control. The most recent issue contains articles on making meals that last all week, techniques for getting more rest, and new snacks to try. Medical articles containing the latest discoveries on diabetes are also included.

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