Library Notes for March 1, 2023
“A Library is proof you can never have too much of a good thing.” ~unknown
What’s Happening at the Library:
Stop by to pick up your garden, flower, and herb seeds to get a head start on your garden this year
Storytime with Ms. Katie every Wednesday at 10:30
Sign up now of Computer Classes starting soon
Don’t forget to check us out on our Webpage, Facebook and Instagram
Pam’s Pick this week is: “Lying Beside You” by Michael Robotham, this is a Cyrus Haven psychological thriller. When a man is murdered and his daughter is missing, Cyrus is called in to profile a killer. Soon a second victim is taken and Evie Cormac is the only person who glimpsed the person behind the wheel. There are only two people who believe her Cyrus and this killer.
New Fiction: “Burner” by Mark Greaney, “Code Name Sapphire” by Pam Jenoff, “Encore in Death” by J.D. Robb, “A Guide to Being Just Friends” by Sophie Sullivan this is the third book in the Jansen Brothers series.
New Christian Fiction: “The Courtship Plan” by Kathleen Fuller, this is the first book in the Amish of Marigold series, “The Record Keeper” by Charles Martin, this is the third book in the Murphy Shepherd series.
New Mystery: “The Mitford Secret” by Jessica Fellowes, this is the sixth book in the Mitford Murder mystery series.
New Large Print: “The Last Mile” by Kat Martin, this is the second book in the Blood Ties, the Logans series.
New Biography: “Elizabeth Taylor: the Grit & Glamour of an Icon” by Kate Andersen Bower.
New Non-Fiction: “World Religions: a Guide to the Essentials” by Thomas A. Robinson, “Working Daughter: a Guide to Caring for Your Aging Parents While Making a Living” by Liz O’Donnell, and “Wicked Western Kentucky” by Richard Parker.
New Music CDs: “Macon” by Jason Aldean, and “Denim & Rhinestones” by Carrie Underwood.
New Audio Books: “The House at the End of the World” by Dean Koontz, and “The Devil’s Ransom” by Brad Taylor.
New Movies: “She Said,” and “Secret Headquarters.”
New TV Season: “I Dream of Jeannie” season 1.
Pam Metts, Director