Library Notes

Library Notes for February 8, 2024

“A library book. I imagine, is a Happy Book.” ~Cornelia Funke

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.

February is the month for Love: So how about a Blind Date with a Book? Stop by for a great date and book.

Stop by and check out the Craft Table.

Pam’s Pick this week is: “Life and Other Love Songs” by Anissa Gray, this is the story of a suburban Detroit family torn apart by long-held secrets. Ozro Armstead disappears on his 37th birthday, leaving behind a wife and daughter. Deborah and Trinity in the days, weeks, and years to follow look back as they piece together the life of the man they love. They come to realize they might never have truly known him at all.

New Fiction: “The Friendship Club” by Robyn Carr, “House of Flame and Shadow” by Sarah J. Maas, this is the third book in the Crescent City, “Come and Get It” by Kiley Reid, “Random in Death” by J.D. Robb, “Everyone on This Train is a Suspect” by Benjamin Stevenson, and “Dead Man’s Hand’ by Brad Taylor, this is a Pike Logan novel.

New Christian Fiction: “Double Take” by Lynette Eason, this is the first book in the Lake City Heroes series.

New Mystery: “Who to Believe” by Edwin Hill.

New Biography: “When I was Your Age: Life Lessons, Funny Stories & Questionable Parenting Advice from a Professional Clown” by Kenan Thompson.

New Reference Books: “The 2024 World Almanac and Book of Facts,” “Guinness World Records 2024.”

New Non-Fiction: “The Object at Hand: Intriguing and Inspiring Stories From the Smithsonian Collections” by Beth Py-Lieberman, “Cheap Old Houses: an Unconventional Guide to Loving and Restoring a Forgotten Home” by Ethan Finkelstein, and “Kentucky and the War of 1812: the Governor, the Farmers, and the Pig” by Doris D. Settles.

New Audio Books: “The Edge” by David Baldacci, and “The Heiress” by Rachel Hawkins.

New Movies: “Eat, Pray, Love,” and “Stan Lee’s Superhero Kindergarten: Outer Space Adventures.”

New TV Season: “Yellowjackets” season 2.

Happy Reading!

Pam Metts, Director