Library Notes for February 24, 2016

Library Notes for February 24, 2016

Black History Month quote: “Freedom is not given, it is won.” A. Philip Randolph

Up Coming Events: Dr. Seuss Day, March 2, stop by for a goody bag and see Thingy Toos!! What are Thingy Toos? Stop by to find out!

LEGO NIGHT March 31, 5:30-6:30 & 7:00-8:00. We have new games to play and great new prizes! More information to come.

“Pam’s Pick” this week is a new reference book, “The Kentucky African-American Encyclopedia” edited by Gerald L. Smith, Karen Cotton McDaniel, and John A. Hardin, this book offers fascinating stories of early pioneers and entrepreneurs such as the sports icon Muhammad Ali, and Wendell H. McRidley, who was a minister, educator and editor and publisher of the “Cadiz Informer” newspaper in the early 1900’s.

New Fiction: “The Ex” by Alafair Burke, “Breakdown” by Jonathan Kellerman, “Robert B. Parker’s Blackjack” by Robert Knott, and “The Lady’s Command” by Stephanie Laurens, this is the first volume in the Adventurers Quartet.

New Christian Fiction: “Your Heart’s Desire” by Melody Carlson, and “Keeper of the Stars” by Robin Lee Hatcher, this is the third book in the Kings Meadow series.

New Mystery: “The Plague of Thieves Affair” by Marcia Miller.

New Large Print: “This Tender Melody” by Kianna Alexander, this is book one in the Gentlemen of Queen City series, and “New Leaf” by Catherine Anderson, this is the second book in the Mystic Creek series.

New Non-fiction: “Haunted Holidays: Twelve Month of Kentucky Ghosts” by Roberta Simpson Brown, “The COPD Solution: a Proven 10 week Program for Living and Breathing Better with Chronic Lung Disease.” By Dawn Fielding, “Chicken Soup for the Soul: My Very Good, Very Bad Cat” by Amy Newmark, “The People’s Place: Soul Food Restaurants and Reminiscences from the Civil Right Era to Today” by Dave Hoekstra, “The Complete Book of Home Organization” by Toni Hammersley, “Deck Designs: Great Ideas from Top Deck Designers’ by Steve Cory, and “Committed to Victory: the Kentucky Home Front During World War II” by Richard Holl.

New Biographies: “A Doctor in the House: My Life with Ben Carson” by Candy Carson, and “Sam Phillips: the Man Who Invented Rock’n’Roll” by Peter Guralinick.

New Audio Books: “After She’s Gone” by Lisa Jackson, “Bone to Be Wild” by Carolyn Haines, and “Farmer Boy” by Laura Ingalls Wilder.

New CDs: “Sometime Last Night” by R5, “I Am” by Leona Lewis.

New DVDs: “A Walk in the Woods,” “Bessie,” and “Hotel Transylvania 2.”

New TV Season: “Longmire” season 3.

Don’t forget to call to get your tax appointment with RSVP Tax Service, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 270-522-6301.

Happy Reading!

Pam Metts, Director