DALLAS — The following memorial/honor books have been added to the shelves of the Back Mountain Memorial Library for the month of January 2016:
In memory of Jane L. Torr, “Styled: secrets for arranging rooms, from tabletops to bookshelves”” by Emily Henderson, presented by Elaine and Ron Moran.
In memory of Jane L. Torr, “Twist, Turn, & Tie: 50 Japanese kumihimo braids” by Beth Kemp, presented by Jean R. Alexander.
In memory of Daniel E. Russ, “Thomas Jefferson and the Tripoli Pirates” by Brian Kilmeade” presented by The Cumming Family.
In memory of Daniel E. Russ, “Eisenhower’s Armies” by Niall Barr, presented by Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cumming.
In memory of Joseph Mengeringhausen, “The Total Fishing Manual” by Joe Cermele, presented by Becky Hughes and Family.
In memory of Mary Kozel Panaway, “Young Elizabeth: the making of the Queen” by Kate Williams, presented by Shirley A. Fraser.
In memory of Brian Ford, “Chicago’s Big Teams” by Lew Freedman, presented by The Stravinsky Family.
In memory of Bob Reeder, “The Puzzle Universe: a history of mathematics in 315 puzzles by Ivan Moscovich, presented by Monday Study Group Gang.
In memory of Anna F. Smith, “Fast Food, Good Food” by Andrew Weil, presented by James L. Donaldson and Family.
The following books are in memory of Anna Fannick Smith and are presented by The Office Staff of Court Administration: “Everyone’s Time to Cook” by Robert L. Blakeslee, “Modern Mix” by Eddie Ross, and “Rustic Wrappings” by Kerry Bogert.
The following books are in memory of Our Angel Megan, Merry Christmas 2015 and are presented by Grammy and Papa Oravitz: “Charles Dickens’ Oliver Twist” adapted by Peter Oliver, and “Louise Trapeze is Totally 100% Fearless” by Micol Ostow.
The following books are in memory of John Lendo and are presented by The Zikor Family: “Star Stuff: Carl Sagan & the mysteries of the cosmos” by Stephanie Roth Sisson, “The Night World” by Mordicai Gerstein, “Breakthrough: how three people saved “Blue Babies” & changed medicine, “Forever” by Jim Murphy and “Crenshaw” by Katherine Applegate.
In honor of John and Cookie Fetterman, “Lancaster County: out and about” by Patti Thompson, presented by Marianne and Wayne Williams.
In honor of Joyce and Pat Kercher, “A History of Architecture in 100 Buildings” by Dan Cruickshank, presented by Wayne and Diane Heindel.
The following books are in honor of Maureen Moran and are presented by Jim and Peg Thomas: “P is for Putt” by Brad Herzog, and “Twice as Good: the story of William Powell” by Richard Michelson.