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One Book Henderson: Marley & Me

One Book Henderson is a community-wide program that encourages everyone to read the same book and attend a series of events related to it through October. Henderson Libraries will hold special events inspired by the book "Marley & Me" throughout the month, such as knitting for dogs, pet scrapbooking and discussions of the book. The One Book movement was started in Seattle in 1998 by librarian and best-selling author Nancy Pearl. To date, more than 350 One Book events have taken place throughout the country.

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Henderson elementary celebrates Polynesian culture
From left to right: Elise Wolff Elementary School kindergarteners Aaron Asare, Austin Cates, Kassidy Krumm and Emelie Sanchez perform basic Hawaiian movements to the song "Live a Little" as they show off traditional dance moves to parents as the school celebrates Multi-cultural Day on Thursday night.

Fri, Mar 20, 2009

From the abundance of leis, to the macadamia nut cookies in the cafeteria, to the traditional dancers onstage, Polynesian culture permeated every corner at Elise Wolff Elementary School during Thursday’s ...

Henderson Libraries changes One Book selection

Mon, Mar 9, 2009

Henderson Libraries hope to have the entire city reading "Ultramarathon Man" by Dean Karnazes this year.

New One Book selected for next year

Wed, Nov 12, 2008

Jodi Picoult's "19 Minutes" will take the place of 2008's "Marley and Me" for Henderson One Book 2009, starting next October.

Love of Lab propels 'Marley' author to silver screen
Love of Lab propels 'Marley' author to silver screen

Tue, Oct 21, 2008

When John Grogan first put pen to paper for his memoir "Marley & Me: Life and Love with the World's Worst Dog," he knew he had something special.

Dog a therapist for young and old
Lucie, a pet therapy dog, visits with Dorothy Fischer on Oct. 8 at The Cottages of Green Valley.

Thu, Oct 16, 2008

"Here comes the baby," cried Bonnie Wemm, an 81-year-old resident of the Cottages, as Lucie, an 82-pound yellow Labrador retriever came bounding in the room.

Sue Esrey and Thunder

Thu, Oct 16, 2008

I spent nine years in Bonners Ferry, Idaho, setting up a shelter and establishing Second Chance Animal Adoptions. On one occasion we had a large brindle-colored shepherd mix we called ...

Jennifer Hetterscheidt and her golden retrievers Buddy and Leo
from left Buddy, Jennifer Hetterscheidt, and Leo

Thu, Oct 16, 2008

Buddy is 11 1⁄2. He came out of Lied Animal Shelter 4 1/2 years ago, and I am also fostering Leo. He is 13 years old. He has liver cancer ...

Pool closes out season on dog day of autumn
Annie and Schiezer, right, enjoy a morning swim during the Doggie Paddle and Play Day at the Henderson Multigenerational Pool on Saturday.

Thu, Oct 16, 2008

Despite chilly weather with highs in the low 60s, 150 local residents found a reason to head to the Henderson Multigenerational Center's outdoor pool Saturday: Their four-legged furry friends.

Tina Nathalia-Gonzalez and her puppy Maeve
Maeve and Tina Nathalia-Gonzalez

Thu, Oct 16, 2008

I rescued her. The people that had her were going to give her to the pound or they were trying to adopt her out. I was looking for a new ...

Meryl Townes and her first dog, Hans
Meryl Townes and Hanse

Thu, Oct 16, 2008

I should have known after the first five minutes of puppy ownership who was going to be the boss, but I didn't. I lost the competition to a 2 1/2-pound, ...

Mark Kemp, son Connor and their basset hound Wally
from left Connor, Wally, and Mark Kemp

Thu, Oct 16, 2008

When Connor was little, his favorite thing was to ride Wally like a horse. When Wally drinks, he gets all wet and his favorite thing to do is to shake ...

One Book kickoff brings people, pooches to Henderson Pavilion
Dave Kelley gives water to Roxy, his English bulldog, Saturday at the Henderson Pavilion. Kelly, along with hundreds of other dog-lovers, participated in various activities to celebrate the city's selection of "Marley & Me" for the second annual One Book program.

Sun, Oct 5, 2008

Hundreds of dogs treated their owners to a day of activities and fun Saturday at the kickoff carnival for the 2008 One Book Henderson at the Henderson Pavilion.

Shelters, rescue groups work to save abandoned pets

Wed, Oct 1, 2008

In the haste of leaving a home that has been foreclosed upon, families inevitably leave something behind. Unfortunately for man’s best friend, sometimes the family dog is who has to ...

Share your thoughts: "Marley & Me"
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Tue, Sep 30, 2008

For John and Jenny Grogan, Marley began as a fluffy yellow experiment. As a newlywed couple, they chose the Labrador retriever puppy to test their nurturing skills — a dry ...

Henderson residents encouraged to read one book

Thu, Sep 18, 2008

Henderson is teaming up for the second year in a row with Henderson Libraries to encourage all residents to read "Marley and Me: Life and Love with the World's Worst ...

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