Library Notes for December 21, 2016
Holly our Shelf Elf has been a busy little elf this month. She has showed up in places I never would have thought about. She is a very good Elf and does love to read. She is excited to be going home with someone for the Holidays on Thursday. The drawing for Holly will be Thursday, December 22.
Also don’t forget to return your Library Challenge by December 29th. I hope you have enjoyed the Challenge!
“Pam’s Pick” this week is: “Because It’s Christmas” by Katherine Spencer, this is a Thomas Kinkade’s Cape Light novel. Sophie makes a deal with her family to spend one last Christmas on Potter Orchard. Her grandson James comes to help her have the best Christmas ever. James didn’t plan on staying but when he meets Zoey, he understands leaving might cost him falling in love.
New Fiction: “The Twenty-three” by Linwood Barclay, this is the last book in the Promise Falls trilogy, “Bridget Jones’s Baby: the Diaries” by Helen Fielding, “Victoria” by Daisy Goodwin, “An Angel’s Touch” by Heather Graham, “Conclave” by Robert Harris, “Cross the Line” by James Patterson, this is also in large print, and “Prince Lestat and the Realms of Atlantis” by Anne Rice.
New Christian Fiction: “An Amish Noel” by Patricia Davids, this is the second book in the Amish Bachelors series.
New Mystery: “The Mistletoe Murder: and Other Stories” by P.D. James.
New Biographies: “Al Capone: His Life, Legacy, and Legend” by Deirdre Bair, and “Tippi: a Memoir” by Tippi Hedren.
New Non-fiction: “Windows 10 All-in-One for Dummies” by Woody Leonhard, “Watch Your Mouth: Understanding the Power of the Tongue” by Tony Evans, “Food Freedom Forever: Letting Go of Bad Habits, Guilt, and Anxiety Around Food” by Melissa Hartwig, “Good Housekeeping Christmas Cookies,” “Knock’em Dead Resumes” by Martin Yate, “The Daily Show (the Book): an Oral History” by Chris Smith, and “Portrait of Route 66: Images from the Curt Teich Postcard Archives” by T. Lindsay Baker.
New Audio Books: “Infamy” by Robert K. Tanenbaum, “113 Minutes” by James Patterson, “The Sleeping Beauty Killer” Mary Higgins Clark, and “The Most Wonderful Time” by Fern Michaels.
New DVDs: “Christmas Eve,” “Northpole- Open for Christmas,” “Daniel Tiger’s Happy Holidays.”
New TV Season: “24” season 3.
The Library will be closed on December 23rd, 24th, 26th, 30th, & 31st and January 2nd, for the Christmas and New Year’s Holidays.
Pam Metts, Director