In the early 1980s, a conspiracy of nine men, including three Boston cops and a Boston firefighter, burned the city and surrounding communities. For over two years these men torched 264 buildings, caused millions of dollars in damages and hundreds of injuries. Boston was ablaze with nightly fires with sirens wailing through the streets and people too afraid to sleep. Retired ATF Special Agent Wayne Miller lived this case for three years.
Mr. Miller was a Special Agent, Criminal Investigator and Certified Fire Investigator for the Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms in Boston for 25 years.
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What is a seed library?
Seed libraries are a grassroots movement designed to help support local growers, keep up crop diversity, and connect gardeners of all experience and interest levels.
Seed libraries work through the efforts of the community to save seeds and share them with their neighbors. Gardeners can browse the library and take home seeds they would like to grow. Growers who wish to donate can collect seeds according to the seed saving instructions and check their seeds into the library for others to use.
Thank you to all who ordered seeds! We hope you have a great growing season!
At the moment, we are not taking any more seed orders. Due to an overwhelming response, our seed supply has been depleted. If you would like to donate seeds, you can mail them to us at 6 Green Street, Kingston, MA 02364. Or come by and drop them in the book drop!
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I am sorry to say that the lives of the Baudelaire orphans, Violet, Klaus and Sunny, are filled with bad luck and misery. All of the stories about these three children are unhappy and wretched, and the one you are holding may be the worst of them all.
If you haven’t got the stomach for a story that includes a hurricane, hungry leeches, cold cucumber soup and a doll named Pretty Penny, then this audio will probably fill you with despair.
In this novel authorized by the Little House Heritage Trust, Sarah Miller vividly recreates the beauty, hardship, and joys of the frontier in a dazzling work of historical fiction, a captivating story that illuminates one courageous, resilient, and loving pioneer woman as never before—Caroline Ingalls, “Ma” in Laura Ingalls Wilder’s beloved Little House books.
In the frigid days of February, 1870, Caroline Ingalls and her family leave the familiar comforts of the Big Woods of Wisconsin and the warm bosom of her family, for a new life in Kansas Indian Territory. Packing what they can carry in their wagon, Caroline, her husband Charles, and their little girls, Mary and Laura, head west to settle in a beautiful, unpredictable land full of promise and peril.
The pioneer life is a hard one, especially for a pregnant woman with no friends or kin to turn to for comfort or help. The burden of work must be shouldered alone, sickness tended without the aid of doctors, and babies birthed without the accustomed hands of mothers or sisters. But Caroline’s new world is also full of tender joys. In adapting to this strange new place and transforming a rough log house built by Charles’ hands into a home, Caroline must draw on untapped wells of strength she does not know she possesses.
For more than eighty years, generations of readers have been enchanted by the adventures of the American frontier’s most famous child, Laura Ingalls Wilder, in the Little House books. Now, that familiar story is retold in this captivating tale of family, fidelity, hardship, love, and survival that vividly reimagines our past.
*Recommended by Hannele
The Saturday Morning Book Group recently read I Survived the Shark Attacks of 1916 from author Lauren Tarshis’ award winning “I Survived Series.”