This coming Sunday, May 8th, is Mother's Day. Many local restaurants will be serving brunch, and Boy Scout Troop 91 will be serving pancakes at Eagle Point. The Dubuque Youth Ensembles will be performing a concert at Five Flags Theater.
However you're planning to celebrate this special day, we here at Carnegie-Stout have some suggestions for Moms and Motherhood!
You can check out our display of Mother's Day books on the first floor on the New Books shelves, or take a peak at our online list of titles, both fiction and non-fiction.
We also have a large number of magazines that would appeal to mothers of all different types:
Ladies' Home Journal
Readers of all types might enjoy the display by the Recommendations Desk featuring books about Tea. Stop by and pick up a bookmark, or check out this reading list online! There's fiction, mystery, history, romance, and even a biography of Sir Thomas Lipton.
Coffee Drinkers might prefer:
Making your own gourmet coffee drinks (641.6373 TEK)
Frasier (DVD TV)
What we eat: the true story of why we put sugar in our coffee and ketchup on our fries (641.3 WHA)
And everyone's welcome to stop by the Recommendations Desk for more reading suggestions!