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More love February 6, 2007

Posted by sneaks in adult, display topics, winter.


Are your Valentine’s Day displays getting a little thin already? Looking for something to plump them up?

Try cherry-picking the most positive-sounding titles from 646.77, 646.78 and 306.7. Grab a few shiny sex instruction books from 613.98 and massage books from 615.822. Romantic music is a must. And don’t forget poetrybiographies of famous lovers, and travel guides to romantic getaway spots.

Click “more” to see some suggestions.

CD’s: In Instrumental, look for music by Andrea Bocelli or Luciano Pavarotti.
In Country, try Charlie Rich.

There are lots of romantic CD’s in Jazz: pick Miles Davis; Billie Holliday; Nina Simone; Frank Sinatra; David Sanborn; Kevin Toney; and Grover Washington.
Popular musicians with CD’s you could grab for a Valentine’s display might include Sarah Brightman; the Carpenters; Chicago; Nat King Cole; Bob Dylan; k.d. lang; Los Lonely Boys; Jennifer Lopez; Barry Manilow; Lou Rawls; and Frank Sinatra.
Look for R&B CD’s full of love from Roberta Flack; Al Green; R. Kelly; and Vanessa Williams.
Flip through the Soundtrack section too, for romantic music from tender movies.

Poetry: in 811, look for Ashanti; Emily Dickinson; William DeVault; Nikki Giovanni; JewelEdna St. Vincent Millay; Edgar Allan Poe; Anne Sexton; Sonia Sanchez; Crystal Lacey Winslow; and the new book by bell hooks (pictured above). In 821, pull volumes by Elizabeth Barrett Browning and Robert Browning; Lord Byron; John Keats, Christina Rossetti; Percy Bysshe Shelley; and William Butler Yeats. Don’t forget the anthologies!

Biographies: Be inspired! We came up with Elizabeth TaylorKatherine HepburnPrincess Margaret; Princess Diana; Marie Antoinette; the Brownings; the Brontes; Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz; Maria Callas; Cleopatra; James Dean; F Scott Fitzgerald; M. F. K. Fisher; Ava Gardner; Lena Horne; Rita Hayworth; Queen Isabella; Iman; Marilyn Monroe; the Mitford sisters; Anais Nin; Jacqueline Onassis; Frank Sinatra; Karrine Steffans.



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