Library Notes for January 11, 2017
Happy Reading in 2017! Congratulations to Sally Vollmer for winning the 2016 Library Challenge. Sally finished the year long project in nine months. She turned her information back in September. Thank you to everyone who participated and I hope you enjoyed the challenge and your prize. I would like to congratulate Lenox Wallis, she was the winner of the Elf on the Shelf. We will be having a new contest coming soon!
“Pam’s Pick” this week is: “I’ll Take You There” by Wally Lamb, this is the story of Felix, a film scholar, who is visited by the ghost of Lois Weber a silent film director. Lois helps Felix understand his past by showing him scenes from his past as a big screen movie.
New Fiction: “The Spy” by Paulo Coelho, “Sunrise Canyon” by Janet Dailey, “Tom Clancy’s True Faith and Allegiance” by Mark Greaney, “Faithful” by Alice Hoffman, “Black & Blue” by James Patterson, “The Bone Collection: Four Novellas” by Kathy Reichs, “Island of Glass” by Nora Roberts, this is the third book in the Guardians trilogy, “The Candidate” by Lis Weihl, this is the second book in the Newsmakers series, “The Dollhouse” by Fiona Davis, “Chasing Shadows” by Karen Harper this is the first book in the South Shores, “Marry Me on Main Street” by LuAnn McLane, this is a Cricket Creek novel, “The Seventh Plague” by James Rollins, and “Iris & Lily: Book One” by Angela & Julie Scipioni.
New Christian Fiction: “The Cottage” by Michael Phillips this is the second book in the Secrets of the Shetland series, and “For the Record” by Regina Jennings.
New Large Print: “The House on Windridge” by Tracie Peterson, and “Ralph Compton: the Cheyenne Trail” by Jory Sherman.
New Mysteries: “A Blossom of Bright Light” by Suzanne Chazin, and “Murder in the Courthouse” by Nancy Grace.
New Biographies: “Natalie Wood: Reflections on a Legendary Life” by Manoah Bowman, and “Where am I Now?: True Stories of Girlhood and Accidental Fame” by Mara Wilson.
New Non-fiction: “Jump: Take the Leap of Faith to Achieve Your Life of Abundance” by Steve Harvey, “The Undoing Project: a Friendship That Changed Our Minds” by Michael Lewis, “Cooking for Jeffrey” by Ina Garten, “The Everything Art Handbook,” “Drop-dead Easy Knits,” “The American Fisherman: How Our Nation’s Anglers Founded, Fed, Financed, and Forever Shaped the U.S.A.” by Willie Robertson, “Fodor’s Essential Caribbean” by Laura Adzich-Brander, “Archaeology of the Bible: the Greatest Discoveries from Genesis to the Roman Era” by Jean-Pierre Isbouts, “Nolo’s Encyclopedia of Everyday Law: Answers to Your Most Frequently Asked Legal Questions,” “American Battles & Campaigns: A Chronicle from 1622-present,” “The Brain Warrior’s Way: Ignite Your Energy and Focus” by Daniel Amen, “Martha Stewart’s Vegetables,” “Knock’em Dead Cover Letters” by Martin Yate, and “A Touch of Farmhouse Charm: Easy DIY Projects to Add a Warm and Rustic Feel to Any Room” by Liz Fourez.
New Audio Books: “Cross the Line” by James Patterson, “No Man’s Land” by David Baldacci, “The Hawaiian Quilt” by Wanda Brunstetter, “The Last Star” by Rick Yancey, “Chaos” by Patricia Cornwell, “Precious and Grace” by Alexander McCall Smith, “The Christmas Mystery” by James Patterson, and “The Whole Town’s Talking” by Fannie Flagg.
New DVDs: “The Magnificent Seven,” “Nine Lives,” “The Lion Guard: Return of the Roar,” “Genius,” “Jason Bourne,” “Dining with the Dearly Departed 2016,” and “Finding Dory.”
New TV Season: “Grantchester” season 2, and “Vikings” season 4.
The library will be closed Monday, January 16, for Martin Luther King, Jr Day.
Happy New Year of Reading!
Pam Metts, Director