Library Notes for March 22, 2023
“Paper books are great, E-books are great, audiobooks are great, new books are great, old books are great, library books are great, classic books are great, genre books are great. Read what you want to read however you want to read it, and let others do likewise.” ~Jonathan Edward Durham
What’s Happening at the Library:
Storytime every Wednesday at 10:30 with Ms. Katie
RSVP are still doing TAXES call for an appointment
Book Club April 20th in the basement at 6:00
Check out our New Displays: Woman’s History Month & Vintage Toys
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Pam’s Pick this week is: “Hello Beautiful” by Ann Napolitano, Will the loyalty that once rooted a family be strong enough to draw them back together when it matters most? William had a solitary upbringing tinted with grief. So when he married Julia with her big Italian family his life changed for the better. But then darkness from William’s past surfaces to jeopardize it all.
New Fiction: “The Last Kingdom” by Steve Berry, “Georgie, All Along” by Kate Clayborn, “The Dangerous One” by Lori Foster, this is the first book in the Osborn Brothers series, “Maame” by Jessica George, and “The Cradle of Ice” by James Rollins, this is the second book in the Moonfall series.
New Christian Fiction: “Everything is Just Beginning” by Erin Bartels.
New Mystery: “The Twist of a Knife” by Anthony Horowitz.
New Biography: “Warrior: My Path to Being Brave” by Lisa Guerrero.
New Non-Fiction: “No One is Fatherless: 365 Day of Opa Dan’s Two Cents’ Worth of Daily Devotionals” by Daniel Kostrzebski, “The Foxfire Book of Appalachian Women: Stories of Landscape and Community in the Mountain South,” “Understanding Osteoporosis: an Introduction for Patients and Caregivers” by Naheed Ali, and “Backyard Basics” by Birds & Blooms.
New Audio Books: “Storm Watch” by C.J. Box, and “Collateral Damage” by J. A. Jance.
New Movies: “A Man Called Otto,” and “Puss in Boots: the Last Wish.”
Pam Metts, Director