Library Notes for January 11, 2023
“Reading is essential for those who seek to rise above the ordinary.” ~Jim Rohn
What’s Happening at the Library:
Storytime with Ms. Katie is every Wednesday at 10:30.
Book Club: January 19th at 6:00 in the basement, this month’s book is: “The Year of Pleasures” by Elizabeth Berg
We will be closed January 16th for Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Libby Workshop: Monday, January 23rd 2:00-4:00
Pam’s Pick this week is: “Night Shift” by Robin Cook,this is a new medical thriller with Dr. Laurie Montgomery and Dr. Jack Stapleton. The doctors are lured into the dark underbelly of hospital dangers when an internist dies mysteriously. What started out as an inquiry into the death soon turns into a deadly game between the doctors and the deranged serial killer.
New Fiction: “Blue Moon Haven” by Janet Dailey, “The Ice Orphan” by Kathleen O’Neal Gear, this is the third book in the Rewilding Reports series and “Texas Homecoming” by Carolyn Brown, this is the second book in the Ryan Family series and only in large print.
New Christian Fiction: “Like the Wind” by Robin Lee Hatcher, and “The Water Keeper” by Charles Martin, this is the first book in the Murphy Shepherd series.
New Mystery: “Showstopper” by Peter Lovesey.
New Non-Fiction: “The World of the End” by David Jeremiah, “The Forever Witness: How DNA and Genealogy Solved a Cold Case Double Murder” by Edward Humes, “Birding Basics: Tips, Tools & Techniques for Great Bird-Watching” by Noah Strycker, “Southern Living 2022 Annual Recipes,” and “National Geographic Complete National Parks of the United States” by Mel White.
New Audio Books: “Desert Star” by Michael Connelly, and “W.E.B. Griffin the Devil’s Weapons” by Peter Kirsanow.
New Movies: “Don’t Worry Darling,” and “PBS Kids Secret Superheroes.”
New TV Season: “A Discovery of Witches” season 3.
Pam Metts, Director