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Check out our most recently received Lease Books! You can browse all of our Lease Books on the shelves in the fireside room, or browse the covers of our most recent additions virtually on Pinterest.
The library has received a very interesting document with architectural renderings of the historic structure, Lewis Memorial Hospital, which is located in Yosemite National Park. The report was prepared by Architectural Resources Group, Inc. in April 2013. You will find this interesting document with blueprints and photographs (both historic and recent) in Government Documents at I 29.88:L 58.
In the introduction to the volume, we learn that the building was first called the W. B. Lewis Hospital when it opened in 1930. It was known until 1976 as Lewis Memorial Hospital. After that, it has generally been called Yosemite Medical Clinic.Those with an interest in either medicine or architecture will find it interesting.
This book written by Georgia Perez and illustrated by Patrick Rolo & Lisa A. Fifield was written to help Native American children understand diabetes. You’ll find a large book suitable for storytelling in our Government Documents Department at HE 20.7002:P 69/2010/LARGE.
You will also find these other books in the Eagle Books series:
Through the Eyes of the Eagle – HE 20.7002:EY 3/2010/LARGE
Tricky Treats – HE 20.7002:T 71/2010/LARGE
Knees Lifted High – HE 20.7002:K 73/2010/LARGE
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Called “the greatest Hamlet of his generation” by Guardian reviewer Robert McCrum, Scottish actor David Tennant headlines this edgy film version of the acclaimed 2008 Royal Shakespeare Company stage production. Tennant is supported by a host of gifted players—including the impeccable Patrick Stewart as Claudius and Oliver Ford Davies in an astonishing performance as a doddering yet strangely leonine Polonius. Modern costumes, shrewd textual abridgements, and a recurring motif of high-tech video surveillance all connect the play to 21st-century anxieties, but these attributes in no way eclipse Tennant’s forceful mixture of rage, sorrow, and manic humor. Original broadcast title: Hamlet. A BBC Production. (2 parts, 88 minutes and 94 minutes)