DALLAS — The following memorial books have been added to the shelves of the Back Mountain Memorial Library, 96 Huntsville Road, for the month of June 2018:
In memory of Anna Jorda,”The Creativity Project” presented by Mrs. Sandra Bradbury.
In memory of Carol Hinchey, “A Castle of Dreams” by Barbara Cartland (large print), presented by Irene Blum.
In memory of Pauline C. Piatt, “Women Scientists: Reflections, Challenges, and Breaking Boundaries” by Magdolna Hargittai, presented by Bruce and Beth Rosenthal.
In memory of Aunt Joan Fannick, “Designing with Succulents” by Debra Lee Baldwin, presented by Janet Marchakitus.
In memory of R. Malcom Bowes III, “The Martin Archives: A Scrapbook of Treasures from the World’s Foremost Acoustic Guitar Maker” by Jim Washburn, presented by Bruce and Beth Rosenthal.
In memory of R. Malcom Bowes III, “The Jazz Image: Masters of Jazz Photography” by Lee Tanner, presented by Lisa and Gary Baker.
In memory of Dr.William Wilkie, “The Debatable Land: The Lost World Between Scotland and England” by Graham Robb, presented by Miss Karen Nocerine.
The following books are in memory of Harold Hoover, Dallas Elementary Music Teacher and are presented by Ms. Pitcavage’s Third Grade Class 2017-2018, “Never Play Music Right Next to the Zoo” by John Lithgow and “I Know a Shy Fellow Who Swallowed a Cello” by Barbara S Garriel.
The following books are in memory of Harold Hoover, Dallas Elementary Music Teacher and are presented by Heather and Michael Pitcavage, “Peter and the Wolf” by Sergey Prokofiev and “The Carnival of the Animals” by Jack Prelutsky.
The following books are in memory of Magdalene Fronczkiewicz and are presented by Bernie and Fred Mihal: “Love” by Matt De la Pena and “On Beyond Zebra!” by Dr. Seuss.
The following books are in memory of Thomas Prebola, Sr. and are presented by Friends of Thomas Prebola, “Blessed are the Bored in Spirit” by Mark Hart, “Ablaze: Stories of Daring Teen Saints” by Colleen Swaim and “Don’t Be Afraid to Say Yes to God!” by Mike Schmitz.
The following books are in memory of Margaret Nevolas and are presented by Elizabeth Fairchild, “Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets” by J.K. Rowling, “The Mysterious Benedict Society” by Trenton Lee Stewart, “Warriors: Rising Storm” by Erin Hunter and “Warriors: Fire and Ice” by Erin Hunter.
The following books are in memory of Paula Scott and are presented by Virginia & Frank Kane, Phylis Heller, Rozanne Jones, Richard and Jackie Heffron, “Atlas of a Lost World: Travels in Ice Age America” by Craig Childs and “The Duchess: Camilla Parker Bowles & the Love Affair that Rocked the Crown” by Penny Junor.
The following books are in memory of Paula Scott and are presented by Bill and Beth Faerber, “What were the Twin Towers?” by Jim O’Connor and “What is the Declaration of Independence? by Michael Harris.
The following books are in memory of Paula Scott and are presented by Joan and Richard Burdick and Paul and Kimberly Reinert, “Who was Cesar Chavez?” by Dana Meachen Rau, “Who is the Dalai Lama?” by Dana Meachen Rau, “Who is Hillary Clinton?” by Heather Alexander, “Where is the Mississippi River?” by Dina Anastasio, “Where is the Eiffel Tower?” by Dina Anastasio, “Where is Machu Picchu?” by Megan Stine
The following books are in memory of Paula Scott and are presented by Judith Roeder, “Who was Alexander the Great?” by Kathryn Waterfield, “Where is Easter Island?” by Megan Stine, “Who was Milton Bradley?” by Kristen Anderson, “Where is the Colosseum?” by Jim O’Connor, “What was the Great Chicago Fire?” by Janet Pascal, “What was the San Francisco Earthquake?” by Dorothy Hoobler, “Where is Alcatraz?” by Nico Medina, “What was the Wild West?” by Janet Pascal
The following books are in honor of Eleanor D. Fleming and are presented by Hugh and Susan Fitzpatrick, “Bravelands: Broken Pride” by Erin Hunter and “Bravelands: Code of Honor” by Erin Hunter.
The following books are in honor of Pat Reeder and are presented by The Monday Prayer and Study Group of Shavertown Methodist Church, “Daughters of the Winter Queen” by Nancy Goldstone and “First Ladies of the Republic” by Jeanne E. Abrams.