Library Notes for February 1, 2023
“When I think of all the books still left for me to read, I am certain of further happiness.” ~Jules Renard
What’s Happening at the Library:
Storytime with Ms. Katie is every Wednesday at 10:30.
Book Club: February 16th at 6:00 discussing the book: “The Memoirs of Jane Austen” by Syrie James
Taxes with RSVP: we are now taking appointments Monday-Friday for the free tax service
Next Month: Blind Date with a Book and new this year a Seed Library more info to come
Game Night for all ages: February 23rd at 6:00
Pam’s Pick this week is: “Loathe to Love You” by Ali Hazelwood, this is a collection of three STEMinist novellas: “Under One Roof,” “Stuck with You,” and “Below Zero.” Mara, Sadie, and Hannah are friends and scientists. They all agree on this one truth: when it comes to love, opposites attract and rivals make you burn.
New Fiction: “The Mitford Affair” by Marie Benedict, “The Villa” by Rachel Hawkins, “The House at the End of the World” by Dean Koontz, and “The House of Wolves” by James Patterson.
New Christian Fiction: “The Letter Keeper” by Charles Martin, this is the second book in the Murphy Shepherd series, and “The Story of Love” by Beth Wiseman, this is the second book in the Amish Bookstore series.
New Mystery: “Put Out to Pasture” by Amanda Flower, this is the second book in the Farm to Table mysteries, and only in large print.
New Biography: “The Grimkes: the Legacy of Slavery in an American Family” by Kerri Greenidge.
New Non-Fiction: “Chicken Soup for the Soul: My Wonderful, Wacky Family: 101 Loving Stories about Our Crazy, Quirky Families” by Amy Newmark, “Whole House Pro Tips” by Family Handyman, “Bluegrass Banjo for Dummies” by Bill Evans, and “Myth America: Historians Take on the Biggest Legends and Lies About Our Past.”
New Audio Books: “Spare” by Prince Harry, and “The Perfect Assassin” by James Patterson.
New Movies: “Till,” and “Nope.”
New TV Season: “Bluey” season 2.
Pam Metts, Director