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Examines various features of volcanoes and earthquakes - including the study of damage prevention from these natural phenomena - with detailed illustrations and photographs. More 
Provides a background of China's culture, recent history, and people in order to analyze the modern economic giant's legacy and future. More 
Covers the history of Russia from 1917 to modern day, examining the arts, cities, culture, and religion of the vast nation. More 
Covers the history and culture of India, examining the extremes of the nation, from technology to agriculture, and everything in between. More 
This book examines the physical, ethical, and public policy issues that have arisen as the result of excessive and inappropriate substance use. More 
Sarah G. -
Losing a parent is devastating, whether you are 7 years old or 70. When Richland County Councilman Torrey Rush lost his father in 1999, he tried to suppress his grief and emotions until he realized how that could affect his own children. His book, Tears of a Lonely Son: My Journey to Emotional Healing,... More 
Kelsey T. -

Fight the Winter Chill with Hot Beverage Recipes

Cold weather has arrived in the Carolinas. With recipes from hot chocolate to spiced tea, Richland Library has beverage ideas that will keep you warm all winter long. Do you have a favorite... More 
Debby G. -
If you have access to the Internet and a Richland Library card you can use Consumer Reports from the comfort of your home! Consumer Reports is full text in the EBSCOhost MasterFile Premier database, listed below. To search, open the database, type in the subject you are interested in and then limit... More 
Ron S. -

Today in History with a Twist: November 12, 2013

Guilty!         1948 - General Hideki Tojo, Japan's war time Prime Minister and primary mover behind the attack on Pearl Harbor, and six other Japanese military and government... More 
Provides background information on Washington, D.C.; recommends the 10 best restaurants, bars, nightlife, neighborhoods, hotels, and local attractions. More 


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