At The Library By ANN JACOBS "My husband is one of those idiots who leaves pieces of bacon out to attract bean to the camp Â»lt*. I once trapped a gnat In my bra and went to bed wtUi a sick headache for a week." Thus Erma Botnbeck, on vacations and other traps that sprinkle marriage, in "I Lost Everything in the Postnatal Depression," a collection f r o m America's favorite columnist. (New) Hot weather's here, the spring garden rush is over, so chase the kids out of the house and relax with some iced tea and light reading! John Seelye author of the "True Adventures of Huckleberry Finn," aims his salric spotlight on the White House in "Dirty Tricks, or Nick N o x i n ' s Natural Nobility' (New), a send-up in the Horation Alger style. Spring cleaning in the average home is a trip into the past, and Robert Paul Smith "Where Did You Go? Out. Wha Did You Do? Nothing") rum mages through the attic of hi memories to uncover a luneini pickerel on Â« plaque, a littl wire basket called a soap-saver the razor-strop hook, the tin cm hung on the public pump, an lots more, in "Robert Pau Smith's Lost and found (New)., , Four delightful volumes c reminiscences a r e : "Goober land Memories," Fayettevill resident Fred Mulling's tales o boyhood in the sandy-lands ol West Texas; "Home and Horn Again," in which George an Helen Papashvily return to th little village in Russian Georgi he left 40 years ago; "There a Rhino in the Rosebed Mother," the continued zan story of life and wildlife Kenya by Betty and Joe Leslie-Melville (who also wroi "Elephant Have Right Way") (all New); and "I 1 Trade You an Elk," Bern Goodrum's struggle to build u the Wichita Zoo in the 193 (alligators were stacked unde the Lion House in winter). Show biz always fascinate Denis Brian turns the tables o the interviewers and goes aft Bex Reed, Truman Capot William F. Buckley Jr., Stud* erkel. and many others In Murderers and Other Friendly eople." Kenneth Whelan tells what it as like to d i r e c t Jackie eason, Garry Moore, and Ed ullivan's polyglot collection of rcus acts in the glorious-days live television, when "The -.olden Age of Television urned My Hair to Silver." And if you ever wondered hat Ma Perkins, Our Gal unday, or Stella Dallas looked ke, as you laughed and suf- red with them five afternoons week, flip to the photograph: n "The Soaps. Daytime Serials Â·f Radio and TV." (all New) On the fiction side.' "House f Zeor" chronicles the searct or the spark of life guarded y Aisha (remember "She," H ?ider Haggard's immorta ueen?); "The Olmec Head" is nother thriller from David Vestheimer, about the at empted theft of a unique Colombian Indian sculpture and "Jug Night" takes the reader to a class reunion Aloysius Prep with too thai tars. 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