Library Notes

Library Notes for February 1, 2024

“A library is the only single place you can go to learn something new, be comforted, terrified, thrilled, saddened, overjoyed, or excited all in one day. And for free.” ~Amy Neftzger

What’s Happening at the Library:  

Don’t forget to check us out on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest.  

Hoopla is here! You can check out E-Books, E-Audios, E-Comics, Movies & more online. 

Storytime with Ms. Katie every Wednesday at 10:30

JLSL Reads Book Club: February 15th 6:00-7:00 “I Could Write a Book” by Karen M. Cox

We are now setting up appointments for RSVP Tax Services call 270-522-6301

The Library will be closed Monday, February 19th for President’s Day.

Pam’s Pick this week is: “The Heiress” by Rachel Hawkins, this is the story of Camden McTavish. Camden’s mother is the infamous heiress of Ashby House. She’s not only the richest woman in North Carolina, she was the most notorious. Camden refuses the inheritance but ten years later when his uncle dies he inherits it again.  This time he is married and his wife insists he take it. But he wants answers to some questions first.

New Fiction: “Someone Always Nearby” by Susan Wittig Albert, “The Silence in Her Eyes” by Armando Lucas Correa, “Dream Town” by Lee Goldberg, this is a Eve Ronin novel, “Deep Freeze” by Michael Grumley, “Old Crimes: and Other Stories” by Jill McCorkle, “The Seven Year Slip” by Ashely Poston, and “Upside Down” by Danielle Steel.

New Christian Fiction: “The Seamstress of Acadie” by Laura Frantz.

New Mystery: “Fowl Play” by Karen MacInerney, this is the ninth book in the Dewberry Farm series.

New Biography: “The Showman: Inside the Invasion that Shook the World and Made a Leader of Volodymyr Zelensky” by Simon Shuster.

New Non-Fiction: “Renegade: Defending Democracy and Liberty in Our Divided Country” by Adam Kinzinger, “The Amish Wife: Unraveling the Lies, Secrets, and Conspiracy That Let a Killer Go Free” by Gregg Olsen, “The Occasionally Accurate Annals of Football” by Dan Patrick.

New Audio Books: “Resurrection Walk” by Michael Connelly, and “The Night Island” by Jayne Ann Krentz.

New Movies: “Dumb Money,” and “Rubble & Crew.”

New TV Season: “NCIS” season 11.

Happy Reading!

Pam Metts, Director