Fairfield library receives gifts
The Fairfield Public Library received several memorials and gifts during March.
In memory of Raymond and Elaine Bonnett, given by Lynn and Judy Lauritsen, “The Farm at Holstein Dip” by Engelhardt.
In memory of Linda Gamble and Jerry Brinker, given by Connie and Charlie Danielson, “Isaac the Alchemist” by Losure; “Keith Haring” by Haring; “Last Day on Mars” by Emerson; “Let’s Clap, Jump, Sing & Shout; Dance, Spin & Turn it Out” by McKissack; “See You in the Cosmos” by Cheng; “Short” by Sloan; “The Legendary Miss Lena Horne” by Weatherford; “The Secret Project” by Winter; and “Wonderful Feels Like This” by Lovestam.
In memory of Linda Brinker, given by Jane Rowe, “Amina’s Voice” by Khan; “Forever, or a Long, Long Time’ by Carter; and “Hello, Universe” by Kelly.
In memory of Nadine Franklin, given by Bob and Janice Davisson Bannister and Ed and Mary Schimmelpfennig Kenney, “Audacity Jones Steals the Show” by Larson; “Bronze and Sunflower” by Cao; “I Dissent” by Levy; “In Darkling Wood” by Carroll; and “Women in Science” by Ignotofsky.
In memory of Nadine Franklin, given by colleagues of Craig Franklin from Fiserv, “A Culinary History of Iowa” by Maulsby; “The Cities That Built the Bible” by Cargill; “The Sacred cause of Union” by Baker; and “The Small-Town Midwest” by Couch.
Given by Carol and Jan Messer, “Lone Heart Pass” by Thomas; “Ransom Canyon” by Thomas; “Rustler’s Moon” by Thomas; “Sunrise Crossing” by Thomas; and “The Tender Texan” by Thomas.
Given by Chris Cambridge, “Americana” (CD) by Putumayo; “Bags’ Groove” (CD) by Davis; “Monk’s Dream” (CD) by The Thelonious Monk Quartet; and “Tutu” (CD) by Davis.
Given by Dave Randall, “Falling Skies, Season 4” (DVD); and “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Season 7” (DVD).
Given by Joe Mandarino, “Influence” by Cialdini.
Given by the author, Harri Aalto, “The Landscape of Enlightenment” by Aalto.
Given by the illustrator, Lori Keehner, “Chef-A-Rella” by Agerton.
For information about presenting memorials and gifts to Fairfield Public Library or becoming involved in its adopt-an-author, adopt-a-magazine or wishtree list, call the library at 472- 6551.