Library Notes for 18 July, 2012

Library Notes for July 18, 2012

July is Anti-Boredom Month. Boredom? What is that? With
all the good books to read and all the fun summer reading programs how could
anyone be bored?


New Fiction:

“The Storm” by Clive Cussler; this is a NUMA Files novel.
In the middle of the Indian Ocean, a NUMA research vessel is taking water
samples at sunset, when a crew member spots a sheen of black oil ahead of them.
But it is not oil. Like a horde of army ants, a swarm of black particles
suddenly attacks the ship, killing everyone aboard, while the ship itself goes
up in flames.


“The Third Gate” by Lincoln Child; this is an adventure
thriller with paranormal overtones. Explorer Porter Stone, an archaeological
team is secretly attempting to locate the tomb of an ancient pharaoh who was
unlike any other in history. Stone believes he has found the King’s crown. But
no crown has ever been found before. It is real?


“Into the Darkness” by V.C. Andrews; a haunting novel of
love. Amber’s world lights up when the Matthews family suddenly moves into the
house next door, a property that has stood neglected for the longest time. And
when she meets Brayden Matthews, an only child just like her, Amber soon
becomes infatuated.


And the most talked about trilogy: “Fifty Shades of Grey,”
“Fifty Shades Darker,” and “Fifty Shades Freed” by E.L. James.



New Christian Fiction: “Coming Home” by Karen Kingbury;
this is a Baxter Family novel. A story of undying hope.


“Lonestar Angel” by Colleen Coble; this is book four in
the Lonestar series. Eden’s hopes are up when she hears the news that her
daughter who was stolen five years ago has been found.



New Large Print:

“Wild Man Creek” by Robyn Carr, this is book twelve in
the Virgin River series. Colin is recuperating from a helicopter crash in Virgin
River. He has the support of his family but it is his art that helps the most.


The Black Cobra Quartet:“The Elusive Bride” book 2, “The
Brazen Bride” book 3, “The Reckless Bride” book 4, by Stephanie Laurens, we
have the first book in regular print.


New Fantasy Fiction:

“Chronicles of the
Black Company,” “The Books of the South,” “The Return of the Black Company,”
and “The Many Deaths of the Black Company” by Glen Cook, these are the four
volumes of the Black Company series.


New Non-Fiction:

“The Bridal Bible” by Sharon Naylor, this is the only
book you need to plan your wedding. It offers an abundance of information
complete with helpful tips on stress-free planning and step-by-step information.


“Be a Better Dad Today!” by Gregory Slayton, this book
has the ten tools every father needs.


“Unconquered: The
Saga of Cousins Jerry Lee Lewis, Jimmy Swaggart, and Mickey Gilley” by
J. D. Davis, this is the story of the three cousins bonded through music. Each
becoming a star. Born within twelve months of each other in a small Louisiana
town during the Depression.


“Cowards” by Glen Beck, this is what Politicians, Radicals, and the
Media Refuse to Say.


“Ball Complete Book of Home Preserving” by Judi
Kingry, just in time for those summer gardens.


“The Necessity of an Enemy” by Ron Carpenter, enemies
often seem to get in the way of our plans, leaving us discouraged and
disoriented.  But what if these obstacles are a part of God’s plans
for us?



New Audio Books: “The Sins of the Father” by Jeffrey
Archer, “The Last Boyfriend” by Nora Roberts, “and “El Paso” by Matt Braun.



New CDs: “Hands All Over” by Maroon 5, and “Move” by
Third Day.



New DVDs: “The Iron Lady,” “Hop,” “Robin Hood: Prince of
Thieves,” and “Catch Me If You Can.”



New TV Season: “Smallville: Second Season.”



Computer Class: Beginner Email, if you do not have an
email address and would like to get one this is your class. Monday, July 23rd
at 10:00. Sign up today.



Ms. Cheryl has Summer Reading fun planned for all ages.
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 Summer Reading!

Pam Metts