Dear Friends and Book Lovers,
I’ve decided to start off each newsletter with our hours of operation, just so you know: Saturday, May 20, we will be open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Annex Building in the library’s large parking lot.
Before I do anything else, I must tell you about the special furniture sale we will be having on May 20. We have some file cabinets and desks and many, many chairs! All are withdrawn from the library and will be going for our low, low FOL prices. Don’t miss this wonderful opportunity!
Collectors Corner: We have one set this time: seven books in Washington Irving’s WORKS. Each volume has a $17 value on line and the entire set, including LIFE OF COLUMBUS, LIFE OF MAHOMET and other classics, will sell for $15.
In keeping with today’s gardening theme, we have MAGIC IN HERBS by Leonie De Sounin (5th printing, 1946, $2).
Jessica Mitford, who died in 1996, was the most rebellious of the famous aristocratic Mitford sisters. J. K. Rowling admired her so much that she named her daughter after Jessica. We have a signed copy of Mitford’s POISON PENMANSHIP: THE GENTLE ART OF MUCKRAKING (1979, $4).
MATINEE TOMORROW is a nostalgic look at fifty years of New York’s Empire Theater by Ward Morehouse (1949, $2.50).
A CONCISE CYCLOPEDIA OF RELIGIOUS KNOWLEDGE (1907, $3) covers Biblical, biographical, geographical, historical, practical and theological aspects of the subject and has been edited by Elias B. Sanford.
THE MECHANISM OF LINOTYPE (6th printing, 1916, $2) by John Thompson is a complete treatise on the operation of the linotype for the novice as well as for the experienced operator.
Now for some history! SCOTLAND OF TODAY (1913, $3) by T. F. Henderson and Francis Watt has 20 charming color illustrations by Frank Laing and 24 in black and white. Our strangest historical entry is THE SEXUAL HISTORY OF WORLD WAR I (1937, $4) by Dr. Magnus Hirschfeld. This contains a number of illustrations and is intended for circulation among Mature Educated Persons only.
We have two poetry books, one old—THE INTIMATE JOURNALS OF CHARLES BAUDELAIRE, translated by Christopher Isherwoood (1947, in dust jacket, $2) and one new—UNDER THE SYCAMORE (2003, $4)—that is signed by the poet, Dave Malone.
In the realm of fiction, we have three very old books: MRS. WIGGS OF THE CABBAGE PATCH by Alice Hegan Rice (1901, $4) was inspired by the author’s work in a Louisville slum; OLD JIM CASE OF SOUTH HOLLOW by Edward Rice (1909, $2) shows that “good nature is the cheapest commodity in the world;” and THE YOUNG FORESTER (1910) is an early work by popular Western writer Zane Grey. Then, if you admire the work of fantasy writer Sherrilyn Kenyon we have an autographed copy, in dust jacket and very good condition, of TIME UNTIME (2012, $3).
For some reason, we have lots of children’s books this time, both old and new. FLAMING RIVER by Hugh McAllister (1930, $2) is about an intrepid boy who develops a petroleum field and THE TERRIBLE TWINS by Edgar Jepson (1913, $4) tells of the impossible doings of two improbable boys of ancient lineage but reduced circumstances. We also have a very old copy of CHILDREN’S PRAISE, a 1905 hymnal ($1.50). And there are some great, autographed new books for the kids: THE FROG PRINCE CONTINUED by Jon Scieszka with paintings by Steve Johnson (1991, $2); ONE APRIL MORNING: CHILDREN REMEMBER THE OKLAHOMA CITY BOMBING by Nancy Lamb with pictures by Floyd Cooper (signed by Cooper, 1996, $4.50); DOG HEAVEN by Cynthia Rylant (1995, $5); and RILEY’S BOW-WOW BLAST by Animal Gambill with pictures by T. B. Jackson-Williams (2005, $2).
On the Special Sale Table: We always have our gardening book sale on the third Saturday in May. By now, we have warm weather and ideal conditions to hit the outdoors. We have everything under the sun about gardening—vegetables, flowers, shrubs, trees, topiary, bonsai, houseplants and more. Of special note, all books in the Time-Life Encyclopedia of Gardening will be selling at the extra-low price of a quarter each.
Choice Selections Fiction: THE SECRET CHORD by Geraldine Brooks; X by Sue Grafton; TITANS by Leila Meacham; NEVER, NEVER and CROSS THE LINE by James Patterson; COME RAIN OR COME SHINE by Jan Karon; and TRICKY TWENTY-TWO by Janet Evanovich.
Choice Selections Non-Fiction: JOHN WAYNE: THE LIFE AND LEGEND by Scott Eyman; THE DAILY SHOW: AN ORAL HISTORY, as told by Jon Stewart; DO OVER: RESCUE MONDAY, REINVENT YOUR WORK AND NEVER GET STUCK by Jon Acuff; and AN UNCOMMON HISTORY OF COMMON COURTESY: HOW MANNERS SHAPED THE WORLD by Beth Anne Patrick.
Puzzles: We have a 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle featuring a cowboy and his horse (BETWEEN YOU AND ME AND THE FENCEPOST by Rick Unger) and a 100-piece fridge magnet puzzle of a New York City map.
Framed Art: From New Albany artist Carol Tobe, we have a vibrant batik work in yellows and reds titled MOUNTAIN ENERGY.
For the origami aficionado, we have a nice package of Japanese paper in many colorful designs for just 50 cents.
Animals & Pets: CATS: AN ILLUSTRATED TREASURY, compiled by Michelle Lovric and AN OBSESSION WITH BUTTERFLIES: OUR LONG LOVE AFFAIR WITH A SINGULAR INSECT by Sharman Russell.
Art: TOULOUSE-LAUTREC by Frank Milner; AUBREY BEARDSLEY: SELECTED DRAWINGS from Grove Press; GREAT TREASURES OF POMPEII & HERCULANEUM by Theodore Feder; MANET: THE STILL-LIFE PAINTINGS by George Mauner; MARY ENGELBREIT: THE ART AND THE ARTIST by Patrick Regan; CHILDREN IN ART by Janice Anderson; SEUART by Richard Tilston; POSTERS OF THE NINETEEN-TWENTIES by Maurice Rickards; PRE-COLUMBIAN ART by Esther Pasztory; VISIONS OF ADVENTURE: N. C. WYETH AND THE BRANDYWINE ARTISTS, edited by John Dell; MONET by Christoph Heinrich; ARTISTS IN THEIR TIME: CLAUDE MONET by Susie Hodge; TITIAN by Cecil Gould; THE COMPLETE PAINTINGS OF THE VAN EYCKS by Giorgio Faggin; THE ART OF CRETE AND EARLY GREECE by Friedrich Matz; THE ART OF EGYPT by Irmgard Woldering; ARTISTS IN THEIR TIME: HENRI MATISSE by Jude Welton; HENRI MATISSE by Albert Kostenevich; and THE WORLD’S GREAT PAINTINGS by Jean-Francois Guillou.
Biography: INFIDEL by Ayaan Hirsi Ali; DOES THE NOISE IN MY HEAD BOTHER YOU by Steven Tyler; YOUNG STALIN by Simon Montefiore; ELVIS AND ME by Priscilla Presley; LEGENDS: THE CENTURY’S MOST UNFORGETTABLE FACES from Life; BOB DYLAN: BEHIND THE SHADES by Clinton Heylin; BOB DYLAN by Susan Richardson; THEY DIED TOO YOUNG: JIM MORRISON by Jon Lewis; THE BEATLES: THE BIOGRAPHY by Bob Spitz; FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT: AN INTERPRETIVE BIOGRAPHY by Robert Twombly; O’KEEFE & STIEGLITZ: AN AMERICAN ROMANCE by Benita Eisler; NORMAN ROCKWELL: A LIFE by Laura Claridge; NORMAN ROCKWELL, ILLUSTRATOR by Arthur Guptill; CHAPLIN AND AMERICAN CULTURE by Charles Maland; 127 HOURS BETWEEN A ROCK AND A HARD PLACE by Aron Ralston; TOAST: THE STORY OF A BOY’S HUNGER by Nigel Slater; THE ASTRONAUT WIVES CLUB: A TRUE STORY by Lily Koppel; and NEVER HAVE I EVER: MY LIFE SO FAR WITHOUT A DATE by Katie Heaney.
Christian Fiction: SPRING’S PROMISE, four inspirational novellas by Gloria Brandt, Rebecca Germany, Tracie Peterson and Debra Smith.
Cookbooks & Nutrition: DESSERT EVERY NIGHT by Jo Anna Lund; GIADA’S FAMILY DINNERS by Giada De Laurentiis; DELILAH’S EVERY DAY SOUL; SOUTHERN COOKING WITH STYLE by Delilah Winder; THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF COOKING SKILLS & TECHNIQUES by Norma MacMillan; COUNTRY BREAKFASTS: FOUR SEASONS OF COZY MORNING MEALS by Ken Haedrich; BEST-LOVED COOKIES from Publications International; HAY DAY COUNTRY MARKET COOKBOOK: COOK WITH THE SEASONS by Kim Rizk; THE NEWLYWED COOKBOOK: OVER 200 SIMPLE RECIPES FOR THE HAPPY COUPLE by Robin Miller; THE WORLD ENCYCLOPEDIA OF CHEESE by Juliet Harbutt; HOW TO MAKE ICE CREAM by Nicole Weston; EVERYTHING PALEO by Sarah Fragoso; and “YES, NO, MAYBE: CHRONOBIOTIC NUTRITION by Marcella Vonn Harting & G. I. Bergstrom.
Crafts, Hobbies & Collectibles: FIRST STEPS IN CROCHET by Mary Thomas; B. J. SUMMERS’ GUIDE TO COCA-COLA from Collector Books; GLASS OF THE ‘20S & ‘30S by Frankie Leibe; SIMPLY SMOCKING by Jenny Bradford; ROYAL CROWN DERBY PAPERWEIGHTS by Howard Bonser; AMERICA’S QUILTS AND COVERLETS by Carleton Safford and Robert Bishop; CELADON BLUES: RE-CREATE ANCIENT CHINESE CELADON GLAZES by Robert Tichane; HARRY POTTER COLLECTIBLES; THE BAYONET: A HISTORY OF KNIFE AND SWORD BAYONETS 185-1970 by Anthony Carter and John Walter; and TRAVEL GUIDE TO ANTIQUE SHOPS & MALLS May 2014-April 2015.
Dance: THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO DISCO DANCING by Karen Lustgarten.
Erotic Fiction: THE DOMINANT and THE TRAINING by Tara Sue Me.
Fantasy: A PRINCESS OF LANDOVER by Terry Brooks; THE RUIN by Richard Byers; STARDUST by Neil Gaiman; AURIAN by Maggie Furey; and OUTLANDER by Diana Gabaldon.
Fiction: A GOD IN RUINS by Kate Atkinson; MISS JULIA THROWS A WEDDING by Ann Ross; THE LANGUAGE OF FLOWERS by Vanessa Diffenbaugh; AS TIME GOES BY, a novel of Casablanca, by Michael Walsh; THE GARDEN OF LETTERS by Alyson Richman; SNOW FLOWER AND THE SECRET FAN by Lisa See; EXTREMELY LOUD & INCREDIBLY CLOSE by Jonathan Foer; BAREFOOT and THE MATCHMAKER by Elin Hilderbrand; ROUND ROBIN by Jennifer Chiaverini; MR. DARCY’S DAUGHTERS by Elizabeth Aston; MACHINE OF DEATH: A COLLECTION OF STORIES ABOUT PEOPLE WHO KNOW HOW THEY WILL DIE, edited by Ryan North (this is a strange one—you’ll find it in Short Stories); SWAMPLANDIA by Karen Russell; GENTLEMEN OF THE ROAD, a great adventure story set on the Silk Road in the tenth century by Michael Chabon; and BROOKLYN by Colm Toibin.
Folklore & Mythology: ONCE UPON A TIME: IN THE NATURE OF FAIRY TALES by Max Luthi.
Foreign Language: WICKED JAPANESE FOR THE BUSINESS TRAVELER, a small but amusing little book by Howard Tomb and ARABIC SCRIPT by Gabriel Khan.
History: Historical map of Colorado (10 cents); PEARL HARBOR, a collector’s edition pamphlet from National Geographic (25 cents); THE CHINA TRADE: EXPORT PAINTINGS, FURNITURE, SILVER AND OTHER OBJECTS by Carl Crossman; THE MEDIEVAL CASTLE by Philip Warner; WORLD WAR II: FILM AND HISTORY by John Chambers and David Culbert; THE HERO IN TRANSITION by Ray Browne & Marshall Fishwick; TRAVELLERS: THE AMERICAN TOURIST FROM STAGECOACH TO SPACE SHUTTLE by Horace Sutton; FEATURE FILMS AS HISTORY by K. R. M. Short; THE CIVIL WAR by Shelby Foote; HOW ISRAEL LOST: THE FOUR QUESTIONS by Richard Ben Cramer; JERUSALEM: THE ENDLESS CRUSADE by Andrew Sinclair; ELIZABETH ROSEBERRY MITCHELL’S GRAVEYARD QUILT: AN AMERICAN PIONEER SAGA by Linda Lipsett; PURSUING HAPPINESS: AMERICAN CONSUMERS IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY by Stanley Lebergott; THE WINGED GOSPEL: AMERICA’S ROMANCE WITH AVIATION, 1900-1950 by Joseph Corn; ABRAHAM’S CHILDREN: RACE, IDENTITY AND THE DNA OF THE CHOSEN PEOPLE by Jon Entine; MIDWAY: THE TURNING POINT by A. J. Barker; VICTORIAN TASTE: A STUDY OF THE ARTS AND ARCHITECTURE FROM 1830-1870 by John Steegman; LADY ALMINA AND THE REAL DOWNTON ABBEY: THE LOST LEGACY OF HIGHCLERE CASTLE by the 8th Countess of Carnarvon; THE ENVOY: THE EPIC RESCUE OF THE LAST JEWS OF EUROPE by Alex Kershaw; and THE TERROR DREAM: FEAR AND FANTASY IN POST-9/11 AMERICA by Susan Faludi.
Horror: SMALL MIRACLES by Edward Lerner; THE FINAL WINTER by Iain Wright; WORLD WAR Z by Max Brooks; and THE HOST by Stephenie Meyer.
Household: CONFESSIONS OF AN ORGANIZED HOMEMAKER by Deniece Schofield and ORGANIZING FROM THE INSIDE OUT by Julie Morgenstern.
Humor & Commentary: POGO’S WILL BE THAT WAS by Walt Kelly and DAMN YOU, AUTO CORRECT: HILARIOUS TEXT MESSAGES YOU DIDN’T MEAN TO SEND by Jillian Madison.
Kentuckiana: THE MIAMI INDIANS OF INDIANA: A PERSISTENT PEOPLE 1654-1994 by Stewart Rafert; MY INDIANA: 101 MORE PLACES TO SEE by Earl Conn; “OUR TOILETS ARE NOT FOR CUSTOMERS” by Floyd Coates; THE LIFE AND TIMES OF EPHRAIM MCDOWELL by Laman Gray; SIMPLE BEAUTY: THE SHAKERS IN AMERICA by William Ketchum; and WANDA MCALEESE’S TURTLE SOUP FOR 100 by Georgette McAleese.
Medicine: SHUFFLE: A WAY FORWARD WHATEVER THE CHALLENGE, Wendall Woodall’s journey with Parkinson’s disease; MR. BEE POLLEN HIMSELF: HOW TO CONTROL YOUR WEIGHT, MAINTAIN YOUR HEALTH AND MORE WITH BEE POLLEN by Jim Devlin; and BLOODLETTING & MIRACULOUS CURES by Vincent Lam.
Movies: MAKING SENSE OF MOVIES by Robert Stanley; HISTORY OF WESTERN MOVIES by Leonard Matthews; THE STAR-SPANGLED SCREEN: THE AMERICAN WORLD WAR II FILM by Bernard Dick; HITCHCOCK’S FILMS by Robin Wood; REEL BAD ARABS: WHEN HOLLYWOOD VILIFIES PEOPLE by Jack Shaheen; THE REEL CIVIL WAR: MYTHMAKING IN AMERICAN FILM by Bruce Chadwick; THE COWBOY AND THE KID by J. Crow and Jack Smith; AMERICA GOES TO THE MOVIES: 100 YEARS OF MOTION PICTURE EXPERIENCE by Barbara Stones; THE MOVIES THAT CHANGED US by Nick Clooney; and WOMEN IN HOLLYWOOD: FROM VAMP TO HOLLYWOOD HEAD by Dawn Sova.
Mystery: A TINE TO LIVE, A TINE TO DIE, first in a new local foods mystery series by Edith Maxwell; DIXIE CITY JAM by James Lee Burke; THE BOOKMAN’S TALE, a marvelous Shakespearean mystery, by Charlie Lovett; NEVER GO BACK, PERSONAL and DIE TRYING by Lee Child; DARK PLACES by Gillian Flynn; THE STRANGER, SIX YEARS and MISSING YOU by Harlan Coben; WORK OF THE ANGELS, with a mix of ancient Celtic lore and American Indian spiritualism, by Kat Goldring; TURKEY FLAMBE, a cozy culinary mystery by Nancy Fairbanks; and THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN by Paula Hawkins.
New & Notable: THE NOBLE WILDS by Supreme Master Ching Hai; THE TIPPING POINT by Malcolm Gladwell; SECRET GARDEN: AN INKY TREASURE HUNT AND COLORING BOOK by Johanna Basford (just a few pages are colored in); A PATRIOT’S HANDBOOK: SONGS, POEMS, STORIES AND SPEECHES CELEBRATING THE LAND WE LOVE, selected by Caroline Kennedy; and CLASSIC WHODUNITS by Stan Smith et al.
New Age & Parapsychology: TO LIGHT A SACRED FLAME: PRACTICAL WITCH CRAFT FOR THE MILENNIUM by Silver Raven Wolf.
Philosophy: THE COLLECTED WORKS OF VENERABLE MASTER CHIN KUNG.
Poetry: EARLY AUDEN by Edward Mendelson.
Reference: WHAT’S IN A NAME: EVERYTHING YOU WANTED TO KNOW by Leonard Ashley and WHAT DID WE USE BEFORE TOILET PAPER: 195 CURIOUS QUESTIONS & INTRIGUING ANSWERS by Andrew Thompson.
Religion: THE BIBLE IN ART by Susan Wright; SAINTS: THEIR CULTS AND ORIGINS by Caroline Williams; ZEALOT: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF JESUS OF NAZARETH by Reza Aslan; and WITHOUT BUDDHA, I COULD NOT BE A CHRISTIAN by Paul Knitter.
Science & Nature: THE WORLD WITHOUT US by Alan Weisman.
Sociology: CULTURES OF TRANSNATIONAL ADOPTION, edited by Toby Volkman.
Theater: THE AMERICAN BURLESQUE SHOW by Irving Zeidman.
Travel: HEAD HUNTERS ON MY DOORSTEP and GETTING STONED WITH SAVAGES: A TRIP THROUGH THE ISLANDS OF FIJI AND VANUATU by Maarten Troost; BLUE HIGHWAYS: A JOURNEY INTO AMERICA by William Least Heat Moon; and a very nice set of Hearst Castle postcards.
TV & Radio: A PICTORIAL HISTORY OF RADIO by Irving Settel and TV TRIVIA from Consumers Guide.
Westerns & American Indians: LEGENDS OF THE WEST, a collection of U.S. commemorative stamps; BOX-OFFICE BUCKAROOS: THE COWBOY HERO FROM THE WILD WEST SHOW TO THE SILVER SCREEN by Robert Heide & John Gilman; THE FRONTIERSMAN, Allan Eckert’s narrative of my ancestor Simon Kenton’s life; THE GATES OF THE ALAMO by Stephen Harrington; THE FIRST MOUNTAIN MAN: BLOOD ON THE DIVIDE by William Johnstone; and TO THE FAR BLUE MOUNTAINS and LAW OF THE DESERT BORN by Louis L’Amour.
Audio Books on CD: THE STRANGER by Harlan Coben.
VHS Tapes: WHO AM I THIS TIME, a Kurt Vonnegut story with Susan Sarandon and MERLIN with Sam Neill.
FOR THE CHILDREN
Pop-Up Books: GIANT MACHINES from the Book Company.
Cloth Books: BOB THE BUILDER: LET’S COUNT; MY FIRST BOOK OF ABC’S; and LIL’ CRITTERS ON THE FARM.
Board Books for Little Ones: In the Touch and Feel Series: KITTEN, ABC, TRACTOR and BABY ANIMALS; THE BERENSTAIN BEARS GO TO THE MOVIES by Stan and Jan Berenstain; FIVE SILLY MONKEYS with pictures by Steve Haskamp; SO MANY BUNNIES by Rick Walton; LITTLE ANGEL by Sandra Magsamen; and MY FIRST FARM by Dawn Sirett.
Hardback Picture Books: BEST LOVED FAIRY TALES from Parents’ Magazine; READ TO ME GRANDMA and READ TO ME GRANDPA, stories, rhymes and songs to enjoy together from Parragon Press; CARS AND TRUCKS AND THINGS THAT GO by Richard Scarry; THOMAS & FRIENDS ALL AROUND THE ISLAND with pictures by Richard Courtney; and FISHER-PRICE LITTLE PEOPLE: LET’S GO ON A CLASS TRIP by Carol Monica.
Paperback Picture Books: BEDHEAD by Margie Palatini with pictures by Jack Davis; A DAY IN THE SUN, a Disney Frozen book by Frank Berrios with all 30 stickers; and AN ANT’S DAY OFF by Bonny Becker.
Foreign-Language Books: LEARNING TO SPEAK SPANISH, Grades 3 and up from Hayes School Publishing.
Series Books: Junie B. Jones fans! We have 7 paperbacks of the popular series by Barbara Park, including MONSTER UNDER THE BED, TOOTHLESS WONDER, CHEATER PANTS, BOSS OF LUNCH, SMELLS SOMETHING FISHY, BEAUTY SHOP GUY, CAPTAIN FIELD DAY and LOVES HANDSOME WARREN. We also have the first four in the Stink series by Megan McDonald. Stink is Judy Moody’s little brother. Then we have four in the DIARY OF A WIMPY KID series by Jeff Kinney: THE LAST STRAW, RODERICK RULES, DOG DAYS and THE UGLY TRUTH.
Intermediate Fiction: BAD KITTY GETS A BATH by Nick Bruel and THE FAST AND THE FURRIEST by Andy Behrens.
Non-Fiction: THE BOOK OF CARDS FOR KIDS by Gail MacColl; FUN AND EASY MULTICULTURAL SNACKS by Susan Hodges; and EXPLORE THE SOLAR SYSTEM by Nancy Finton.
Children’s Art: THE USBORNE BOOK OF DRAWING, DOODLING AND COLORING by Fiona Watt.
Newbery Shelf: THE TRUE CONFESSIONS OF CHARLOTTE DOYLE by Avi;
Caldecott Medal: THE INVENTION OF HUGO CABRET by Brian Selznick.
Classics: EMILY OF NEW MOON, EMILY CLIMBS and EMILY’S QUEST by L. M. Montgomery and THE BROTHERS GRIMM: VOLUME II, 110 GRIMMER TALES, translated by Margaret Hunt.
Ready-to Read: DINOTRUX GO TO SCHOOL (Level 1) by Chris Gall.
Young Adult & Intermediate Fantasy: THE LIGHTNING THIEF, THE SEA OF MONSTERS, THE TITAN’S CURSE, THE BATTLE OF THE LABYRINTH, THE LAST OLYMPIAN and THE MAZE OF BONES by Rick Riordan; DIVERGENT, INSURGENT and ALLEGIANT by Veronica Roth; THE BLACK CIRCLE by Patrick Carman; THE HUNGER GAMES and CATCHING FIRE by Suzanne Collins; RICKY RICOTTA’S GIANT ROBOTS VS. THE MUTANT MOSQUITOES FROM MERCURY by Dav Pilkey with pictures by Martin Ontiveros; WITCH & WIZARD: THE GIFT by James Patterson; SHADOWMANCER by G. P. Taylor; and CRUEL CROWN by Victoria Aveyard.
Young Adult Fiction: THE FAULT IN OUR STARS by John Green; PROM AND PREJUDICE by Elizabeth Eulberg; IF I STAY by Gayle Forman; A MONSTER CALLS by Patrick Ness with illustrations by Jim Kay; and THE MOTH DIARIES by Rachel Klein.
Finally a reminder—when you join the Friends of the Library, you are supporting all the library’s programs and resources in your community. Ask at the cashier’s desk when you check out—joining is easy! And don’t forget to go to the library’s website at www.nafclibrary.org to find out about all the neat FREE programs that are available in part because you are a Friends member.