Drafting Your Holiday Survival Plans

Maybe yesterday whetted your appetite for holiday cuisine.

Holiday Dinners with Bradley Ogden: 150 Festive Recipes for Bringing Family and Friends Together by Bradley Ogden

Or maybe you ate too much, and you’ve sworn a vow of moderation.

The Frugal Cook: Buy Cleverly, Waste Less, Eat Well by Fiona Beckett

Maybe you’re getting ready to go out for Black Friday, but you want to  shop wisely.

Consumer Reports magazine (image via Gizmodo)

Maybe you don’t have a lot of money for presents.

Crafting With Cat Hair by Kaori Tsutaya

Maybe it’s the relatives that stress you out.

Holidays on Ice by David Sedaris

Maybe you can’t wait to see them, but you have no idea what you’re all going to do.

Moon Handbooks: Pittsburgh

And what if you just want to hide out until it’s all over?

Daria: The Complete Animated Series

No matter what your situation is this holiday season, may you find something in the library that’s perfect for you.



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4 responses to “Drafting Your Holiday Survival Plans

  1. I’m in that last category.

  2. As the former database guru, I am honor-bound to tell yinz all that Consumer Reports can also be accessed remotely by Allegheny County library cardholders, via the MasterFile Premier database. I used it myself just last month to look up the ratings on blenders, and I’m very happy with the one I bought.

    Great post, D.!

    Leigh Anne

  3. Rebekah

    Great post, Denise. I am curious about the crafts from cat hair. Does one gather up the hair that is found on furniture, the floor, clothes, etc. or do you have to “catch” the cat first? Interesting…

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