It's about to get really cold, so you have a perfect excuse to grab a book and a blanket and get lost in another world! (Check out our blog post from last week for alternatives to traditional reading like audiobooks and e-books, in case you can't get out to your local library!) Mobituaries: Great Lives … Continue reading Your January reading list
2020! Hard to believe. Not only has another year passed us by, but a new decade approaches! 100 years ago, women won the right to vote. F. Scott Fitzgerald published his first novel entitled This Side of Paradise. And the first commercially licensed radio station broadcast "breaking news" for the first time as the returns came in … Continue reading New Year, New Decade, New Adventures!
The nights are cooling off, and before we know it we'll have sweater and pumpkin spice weather! Make sure to check out the next SAIL Book Club meeting on September 18 at 1:30 p.m. at Sequoya Library, where the group will discuss their summer reading and pick the next book. In the meantime, here are … Continue reading Your late summer/early fall reading list
Whew! It's hot out there. Whether you're soaking up the sun or relaxing in the shade, it's a great time to grab a cool beverage and dive deep into a book! This month, we have a book on redefining aging (our favorite topic at SAIL!), a sonnet sequence about a modern Pilgrim, and a classic … Continue reading Your July Reading List
It's a perfect time of year to sit on the porch with a cup of coffee (or a glass of wine!) and a good book. Speaking of reading, the SAIL Book Club will be going on summer break after this month's meeting and will resume in September. We'll be sure to post the summer reading … Continue reading Summer reads!
Did you know the SAIL office has a library of great books? Stop by during business hours (8:00-4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday) to check out your next great read! Some of the titles we have include: All In Caregiving by SAIL Member Christine Klotz Your Amazing Itty Bitty Retirement Book by SAIL Member Mary Helen Conroy This Chair Rocks! by … Continue reading Grab a good book from the SAIL library!
By SAIL Member Joy Knox I recently finished reading a delightfully funny book by a Madison author, Hilde Adler, who lived in Shorewood Hills for 45 years and is now residing in Oakwood University Woods. Hilde recounts with a great of angst and wisdom the push and pull of making the very hard decision of … Continue reading April read: I AM NOT OLD ENOUGH!