Library Notes for 11 July, 2012

Summer daze and the reading is easy!!! Easy with “Pam’s Summer Picks! ”Summer reading starts today, too!


New Fiction:

“Summer Breeze” by Nancy Thayer, this story of three women who forge a unique bond one sun-drenched summer on New England’s Dragonfly Lake.

“Spring Fever” by Mary Kay Andrews, when you think the past is over and you have moved on in life, there is no harm in catching a little Spring fever…is there? Unless that involves an ex-husband, and a small town full of secrets.

“Porch Lights” by Dorothea Benton Frank, this story of a mother’s concern for her son. After her husband dies, Jackie decides she and her son should return to her family home in South Carolina. Her Sullivan’s
Island family and friends welcome them home by turning on the “porch lights.”

“Let Love Find You” by Johanna Lindsey, a dazzling new tale of a desperate debutante. Lovely Amanda Locke, daughter of a Duke is entering her 3rd seasonstill waiting for a match. Her family decides to lend a hand and hire “cupid” to find a suitable match.

Breaking up the romance a little…

“Deadline” by Fern Michaels, this is the forth book in the Godmothers series. The godmothers will navigate Hollywood’s glittering inner circles and seedy underbelly to discover the truth. Along the way, they’ll uncover unexpected secrets that not even one of Sophie’s séances could have predicted.

“Columbus Affair” by Steve Berry, this is an exciting new adventure, one that challenges everything we thought we knew about the discovery of America. A prize winning journalist and an unscrupulous zealot square off to find the key to the 500 year mystery.

“Risk Agent” by Ridley Pearson, the security firm of Rutherford Risk hires two unique outsiders to rescue a Chinese national before the death deadline.

“Wicked Business”by Janet Evanovich, this is a Lizzy and Diesel novel. Whether it’s funny business, monkey business, or just getting down to pastry chef business, Lizzy and Diesel are back together.

And now back to a little more summer romance in Large print:

“Barefoot Season” by Susan Mallery; this is the first book in the Blackberry Season. Two old
friends, once best friends, return to Blackberry Island. Can they undertake a turbulent truce and work together?

“Beachcombers” by Nancy Thayer, the story of three sisters who have grown apart return home to
Nantucker. Together they hope to work out their individual problems and help their widowed father.Show More

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New Christian Fiction: “One More Sunrise” by Al & JoAnna Lacy, this is book one in the Frontier Doctor Trilogy.

“Beloved Physician” by Al & JoAnna Lacy, this is book two in the Frontier Doctor Trilogy.

“The Heart Remembers” by Al & JoAnna Lacy, this is the last book in the Frontier Doctor Trilogy.


New Cookbooks: Summer Recipes:

“Seafood” by C.J. Jackson, this book will show you how to buy, prepare, and cook the best sustainable fist
and seafood from around the world. With over 300 classic recipes you are sure to find something you will love.

“Deliciously G-Free” by Elizabeth Hasselbeck, this book has recipes that are so flavorful they’ll never believe its gluten free.


New Non-fiction: “My Tenure Biennium: a Memoir by Wayne C. Bell, this is the story of Bell’s life, but the centerpiece is his tenure case at Murray State University.


New Reference Books: “Encyclopedia of Prisoners of War and Internment” edited by Jonatahan Vance, and “Children’s Writer’s & Illustrator’s Market 2012” by Chuck Sambuchino.


New Audio Books on CD: “Lone Wolf” by Jodi Picolt, “The Next Always” by Nora Roberts, and “Interview with the Vampire” by Anne Rice.


New CDs: “Ceremonials” by Florence & the Machine, and “Mine is Yours” by Cold War Kids.


New DVDs: “We Bought a Zoo,” “The Social Network,” “Midnight in the Garden of Good & Evil,” and “Thomas the Tank: The Great Discovery: The Movie.”


New TV Season: “MacGyver: The Complete First Season.”


Computer Classes: Beginner Email, if you do not have an email address and would like to get one this is your class. Monday, July 16th & 23rd at 10:00.


Ms. Cheryl has Summer Reading fun planned for all ages. Starting today, July 11 and every Wednesday through August 1 will be Summer Reading for 2-12 year olds. July 27 will be Middle School Summer Reading. And so the adults will not be left out on Saturday, July 28 will be the Adult Summer Reading. So stop by and get signed up!!


Happy Reading

Pam Metts