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Cat's Eye View @ MPL: Following Paul Hadley's Footsteps, Part Six

Cauli Le Chat, MPL feline roving reporter, sends her minions in search of another possible location of Paul Hadley’s cabin painting on display at the library.  On this adventure, Cauli’s minions visit Robb Hill, site of John Robb’s cabin.

In Wrong: Why Experts* Keep Failing Us, David H. Freedman suggests that the public should be skeptical of “expert” opinions and, instead, should do what they can to better inform themselves on issues of interest.  Our book trailer summarizes.  The book is available to check-out from our Evergreen Indiana online catalog.

Cat's Eye View @ MPL: Following Paul Hadley's Footsteps, Part Cinq

Cauli Le Chat, MPL feline roving reporter, sends her minions in search of the location portrayed in another Paul Hadley cabin painting, this one called, simply, “Cabin” (1939).  Whose cabin?  Where was it?  Does it still exist?  It’s a genealogical and local historical adventure!

Cat's Eye View @ MPL: Following Paul Hadley's Footsteps, Part Quatre

Cauli Le Chat, MPL feline roving reporter, send her minions and “Flat” Cauli in search of Simon Moon’s cabin, portrayed in Paul Hadley’s painting on display at the library.

MPL eNewsfeed (Latest Videos Edition)

Watch some of the Library’s latest videos on this week’s MPL eNewsfeed.

Some of the world’s greatest unsolved mysteries are explored in The Mammoth Encyclopedia of the Unsolved, by Colin Wilson & Damon Wilson. Our book trailer elaborates.  The book is available to check-out from our Evergreen Indiana online catalog.

Perhaps you’ve seen Alfred Hitchcock’s movie, Rear Window (1954).  It was based upon a short story by Cornell Woolrich.  Our book trailer elaborates on Woolrich’s original tale of suspense and mystery.  The story is included in anthologies that are available to check-out from our Evergreen Indiana online catalog.

The Mystery of the Buried Crosses, by Hamlin Garland, is a fascinating, true life account of the search to unmask the mystery of how an uneducated couple (Gregory & Violet Parent, of Redlands, California) was able over a 10-year period (1914-1924) to discover Spanish gold and silver coins, as well as Native American artifacts (primarily metal crosses) from early Spanish missionary days, which had been buried and forgotten centuries before in the remote desert hills and mountains of central and southern California.  With the help of Chicago psychic medium Sophia Williams, Garland leaves no stones unturned to uncover the secrets underlying this intriguing historical mystery.
 
Our book trailer elaborates.  The book is available through interlibrary loan (ILL).  ILL forms may be obtained at the library’s circulation desk.

When a new swimming pool is being dug in Paul’s backyard, he finds a buried box with a wishing ring inside.  Read about his ensuing adventures in the children’s chapter book, Secrets of the Magic Ring, by Karen McQuestion (recommended for ages 9-12 and older). Our book trailer elaborates.  The book is available to check-out from our Evergreen Indiana online catalog.

Randy Attwood wrote 3 Very Quirky Tales as an Amazon Kindle edition, but an expanded paperback edition is also available (six short stories total). Our book trailer summarizes the Kindle edition.  The paperback edition is available to check-out from our Evergreen Indiana online catalog.