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Celebrate National Hobby Month with Kirkwood Public Library

January is National Hobby Month, check out some books from Kirkwood Public Library that will help with your current or expand into new hobbies.

Need ideas for a new hobby try: 

Kids Collect: Amazing Collections for Fun, Crafts, and Science Fair Projects by Dan and Mary Hubley

Get a Hobby!: 101 All-Consuming Diversions for Any Lifestyle by Tina Barseghian

If you like crafting:

Unbored: The Essential Field Guide to Serious Fun by Joshua Glenn and Elizabeth Foy Larsen

Craft-a-Day: 365 Simple Handmade Projects by Sarah Goldschadt

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If you want to start a collection:

Stamp Collecting for Dummies by Richard L. Sine

Striking Impressions: A Visual Guide to Collecting U.S. Coins by Robert R. Van Ryzin

Antiques Roadshow Collectibles: the Complete Guide to Collecting 20th-Century Toys, Glassware, Costume Jewelry, Memorabilia, Ceramics & More by Carol Prisant

If you like playing games:

The Games Bible: Over 300 Games- The Rules, The Gear, The Strategies by Leigh Anderson

String Games from Around the World by Anne Akers Johnson

The Encyclopedia of Games edited by Brian Burns


Courtney Flesch is the Stack Maintenance, and Teen/IT Manager, currently collecting music boxes and reading  Inferno by Dan Brown. Visit the Kirkwood Public Library at 140 E. Jefferson Ave or call at 821-5770.  Follow us on Facebook and Twitter

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