Library Notes for December 21, 2022
“A book is a gift you can open again and again.” ~Garrison Keillor
What’s Happening at the Library: Storytime with Ms. Katie will return on January 4th at 10:30 a.m.
Go by the Janice Mason Art Museum to see our Very Hungry Caterpillar Christmas Tree!
In the display case this month is a beautiful collection of Christmas Snow globes and sleds.
Someone is hiding in the library can you find him? If you do you may win a prize!
The library will be closed December 23rd-26th and December 30th-January 2nd.
Pam’s Pick this Week is: “A Wish for Winter”by Viola Shipman, this is a story of the magic of Christmas. Susan has a goal: to meet and marry a man dressed as Santa, like her mother and grandmother. When she makes an instant connection with someone at the annual Santa Run he is lost in the crowd before she can get his name. Will she find her Santa?
New Fiction: “A Very Merry Bromance” by Lyssa Kay Adams, this is the fifth book in the Bromance Book Club series, “The Zero Night” by Brian Freeman, “Reckoning” by W. Michael Gear, this is the sixth book in the Donovan series, “Murder at Black Oaks” by Phillip Margolin, and “The Prisoner” by B.A. Paris.
New Christian Fiction: “Anything but Plain” by Suzanne Woods Fisher.
New Mystery: “Farm to Trouble” by Amanda Flower, this is the first book in the Farm to Table mysteries, and only in large print.
New Biography: “The Queen: Her Life” by Andrew Morton.
New Non-Fiction: “Reminisce Holidays & Celebrations Through the Years,” “Codependent No More” by Melody Beattie, this is the revised and updated edition, “52 Things to do in Nashville” by Margaret Littman, and “Taking Berlin: the Bloody Race to Defeat the Third Reich” by Martin Dugard.
New Audio Books: “NYPD Red 7” by Marshall Karp, and “Secluded Cabin Sleeps Six” by Lisa Unger.
New Movies: “Honk for Jesus,” and “Tom and Jerry-Snowman’s Land.”
New TV Season: “Charlie’s Angels” season 1.
The Library Staff and Board of Directors would like to wish everyone a Very Merry Christmas & a Happy and Healthy New Year!
Pam Metts, Director