Library Notes

Library Notes for March 14, 2018

“Just the knowledge that a good book is awaiting one at the end of a long day makes that day happier.” ~Kathleen Norris

Pam’s Pick this week is: “Surprise Me” by Sophie Kinsella, this is a portrait of a couple who have been married for 10 years. And shines a light on the danger of not looking past the many layers of the ones you love to discover just how fascinating they truly are.

New Fiction: “Summer Hours at the Robbers Library” by Sue Halpern, “Shallow Grave” by Karen Harper this is book four in the South Shores series, “Sirens” by Joseph Knox, “Poison” by John Lescroart, and “Covered in Darkness” by Heather Sunseri, this is the third book in the In Darkness series.

New Large Print: “Phoebe’s Gift” by Jerry Eicher, this is book two in the Peace in the Valley series.

New Christian Fiction: “Keturah” by Lisa T. Bergren, this is the first book in the Sugar Baron’s Daughters series.

New Mystery: “Margaret Truman’s Allied in Danger” by Donald Bain.

New Biography: “Belonging: a Culture of Place” by Bell Hooks.

New Non-fiction: “I’ve Been Thinking…:Reflections, Prayers, and Meditations for a Meaningful Life” by Maria Shriver, “Firefly 5-Language Visual Dictionary: English, French, Spanish, Italian, German” by Igor Jourist, “Food: What the Heck Should I Eat?” by Mark Hyman, “Small Summer Gardens: 35 Bright and Beautiful Gardening Projects to Bring Color and Scent to Your Garden” by Emma Hardy, “Mommy Burnout: How to Reclaim Your Life and Raise Healthier Children in the Process” by Sheryl Ziegler, “Accounting for Dummies” by John Tracy, and “The Complete Book of Mixed Media Art.”

New Audio Books: “Look for Me” by Lisa Gardner, “The Deceivers” by Alex Berenson, and “Undead and Done” by MaryJanice Davidson.

New DVDs: “Justice League,” “Detroit,” and “The Star.”

New TV Season: “7th Heaven” season 3.

Don’t forget to stop by the library to see if you can spot Lucky the Leprechaun. We will be drawing for him on Friday, March 16th, so he can be in his new home by St. Patrick’s Day.

Happy Reading!
Pam Metts, Director