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March 2014

New Museum Pass

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If you are a Hamden resident with a vaild Hamden Library card, you can now check out a new pass to the Florence Griswold Museum in Old Lyme, CT. The pass admits 2 adults and 2 children under 12 for free.
The museum is open year round, Tuesday through Saturday 10-5, Sunday 1-5.

Passes can be checked out at the info desk, Miller Memorial Library in Hamden.

Information about the Florence Griswold Museum in Old Lyme, CT

Information about our museum passes

 

Top 20 Bestselling Cookbooks of 2013

Publisher's Weekly just revealed the "Top 20 Bestselling Cookbooks" of 2013. And you can check them all out from our library! Just click on the title and place your hold in our online catalog.

Rank 1: The Pioneer Woman Cooks: A Year of Holidays. By Ree Drummond.

Rank 2: Miss Kay's Duck Commander Kitchen. By Kay Robertson.

Rank 3: The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Food from my Frontier. By Ree Drummond.

Rank 4: Barefoot Contessa Foolproof. By Ina Garten.

Rank 5: Wheat Belly Cookbook. By Willaim Davis.

Rank 6: The Pioneer Woman cooks: Recipes from an accidental country girl. By Ree Drummond.

Rank 7: Jerusalem. By Yotam Ottoglenghi.

Rank 8: Giada's Feel Good Food. By Giada De Laurentiis.

Rank 9: Forks Over Knives. By Del Sroufe.

Rank 10: Cooked. By Michael Pollan.

Rank 11: From Mama's Table to Mine. By Bobby Deen.

Rank 12: The Juicing Bible. By Pat Crocker.

Rank 13: The Healthy Green Drink Diet. By Jason Manheim.

Rank 14: The Chew. Edited by Peter Kaminsky and Ashley Archer.

Rank 15: Weight Watchers New Complete Cookbook. By Weight Watchers.

Rank 16: Against all Grain. By Danielle Walker.

Rank 17: The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook. By Deb Perelman.

Rank 18: Michael Symon's 5 in 5. By Michael Symon.

Rank 19: Plenty. By Yotam Ottolenghi.

Rank 20: The Science of Good Cooking. By America's Test Kitchen.

 

 

 

 

 

March is Women's History Month

In celebration of Women's History Month, iCONN has assembled a web page with links to free resources from database vendors EBSCO, Cengage Gale, and ProQuest, as well as resources available on the open Web.
 
iCONN is part of the Connecticut Education Network. It provides all students, faculty and residents with online access to essential library and information resources. It is administered by the Connecticut State Library in conjunction with local libraries in Connecticut. Through iCONN, a core level of information resources including secured access to licensed databases is available to every citizen in Connecticut. You can also visit the CONNECTICUT WOMEN'S HALL OF FAME.
 
When you come visit the library this month, make sure to check out our display with books on Women's History in front of the main staircase.