Special sites featured all week for teens!
Today's featured site is 3rd World Farmer.
3rd World Farmer is a thought-provoking simulation of what it would be like to be a farmer in an impoverished third-world country. Players must select crops and livestock to raise on a limited budget while also making moral decisions and dealing with the effects of drought, famine, war, and corruption.
Brown Bag Book Reviews
The Brown Bag Book Reviews will continue at the Chatham Library through the end of March. This popular series is held every Wednesday from noon until 1:00. Come hear a book review by a local resident. March reviewers include Bob Jiranek, Kenyon Scott and Katie Whitehead.
History Research Center and Library
This month at the History Center there is a display of eighteen books of various vintages, some old children's books, and some yearbooks. There is a signed copy of the personal memoirs of U.S. Grant, James Whitcomb Riley's The Raggedy Man, a 1796 "Laws of the United States" and a copy of Maurice's Robert E. Lee the Soldier, among others.
We have a website dedicated to our History Center, and though it's still under construction, we invite you to take a look. Check it out by clicking here!