Library Notes

Library Notes for February 15, 2023 

“I don’t have to look far to find treasures. I discover them every time I visit a library.” ~Michael Embry 

What’s Happening at the Library:   

February is the Month of Love: so back by popular demand “Blind Date with a Book.” Stop by and check one out. It could be Love! 

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 

New this year a Seed Library: We have bags of vegetables, flowers, and herbs. You can put your name in for a drawing for garden tools.  

Game Night for all ages: February 23rd at 6:00 

Pam’s Pick this week is: “Murder Book” by Thomas Perry, this is a suspense thriller. Ex-cop Harry Duncan is called by the U.S. Attorney (his ex-wife) to take on a widespread criminal organization targeting mid-west towns.  Harry quickly finds himself in conflict with a violent syndicate that targets both him and his ex. 

New Fiction: “Don’t Open the Door” by Allison Brennan, “The Bullet Garden” by Stephen Hunter, and “The Reunion” by Kayla Olson. 

New Large Print: “Ralph Compton’s the Too-Late Trail” by Matthew P. Mayo, and “An Officer from a Gentleman” by Julia Quinn, this is the third book in the Bridgerton series.  

New Christian Fiction: “The Rose and the Thistle” by Laura Frantz, and “Her Heart’s Desire” by Shelley Shepard Gray, this is the first book in the A Season in Pinecraft series and also in large print. 

New Non-Fiction: “8 Rules of Love: How to Find It, Keep It, and Let It Go” by Jay Shetty, “Zoology: Inside the Secret World of Animals,” “Bright Dead Things: Poems” by Ada Limon, and “Blue Ridge Parkway Road Trips” by Amy Balfour. 

New Audio Books: “The Cabinet of Dr. Leng” by Preston & Child, and “Just the Nicest Couple” by Mary Kubica. 

New Movies: “The Woman King,” and “PAW Patrol: Big Truck Pups.” 

New TV Season: “Dexter” season 6. 

Happy Reading! 

Pam Metts, Director