Library Notes for June 1, 2011

I hope all my readers had a great Memorial Day weekend. Now it’s June. Don’t stop reading just because it’s great June weather. Take that book with you out to the porch swing or lawn chair. Boating- leave the book at home, please! “Pam’s Picks” will be great June reading.

New Fiction: “Now You See Her” by Joy Fielding, the story of a newly divorced woman attempting to heal her heartbreak, but finds herself on a desperate search for her daughter.

“Gideon’s Sword” by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child, this book introduces Gideon Crew, trickster, prodigy and master thief. His mother, on her death bed asks Gideon to avenge his father’s death. This is book 1 in this series.

“Angel” by James Patterson, this is the seventh book in the Maxium Ride series. Angel and Max and the gang live on the edge as fugitives. Now they’re up against a mysterious and deadly force.

“Wedding Promise” by Thomas Kinkade and Katherine Spencer, this is the second book in the Angel Island series. The inn is officially open for business. The first major event- a June wedding.

“Fire the Sky” by Michael W. & Kathleen Gear, this is the second book in the new Contact: The Battle for America series. It follows deSoto’s brutal expedition north from Florida.

New Non-fiction: “I Beat the Odds” by Michael Oher, Michael tells the story of his struggle to break out of the ghetto into a world of opportunity. The movie “Blind Side” is based on his life.

“Simple Government” by Mike Huckabee, this book tells us the twelve things we really need from Washington and a trillion that we don’t need.

“Do the Right Thing” by Mike Huckabee, this book has the inside story of the movement that’s bringing common sense back to America.

New Cookbook: “Serve Yourself” by Joe Yonan, this is the adventures in cooking for one.

New Audio Books on CD: “Now You See Her” by Joy Fielding, and “Gideon’s Sword” by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child.

New CDs: “Battle of the Sexes” by Ludacris, and “The Hits Collection, Vol. 1” by Jay-Z.

New DVDs: “Springtime for Max & Ruby,” and “For the Love of Grace.”

E-Books: We have e-books available now on our web page All you need to have is your library card number, no pin is required. We are very excited about this new service. So if you have a Nook, Sony E-reader, Kobo, or a Smart Phone with a Nook app., you will be able to download e-books! If you have any questions please call. 

Start signing your kids up June 1 for Summer Reading in July. Each summer we have a Summer Reading Program for kids ages 2-12 each Wednesday, in July.

Happy Reading!

Pam Metts