Library Notes for December 28, 2016
“Happiness is soft pajamas and a good book,
and time enough to indulge in both!”
“Pam’s Pick” this week is one last Christmas story: “The Christmas Town” by Donna Van Liere, this is a moving and uplifting story about finding love, hope, and family in unexpected places.
New Fiction: “The Mirror Sisters” by V.C. Andrews, “The Flame Bearer” by Bernard Cornwell, “The Whole Town’s Talking” by Fannie Flagg, this book is also in large print, “Pretty Paper” by Willie Nelson, “The Christmas Mystery” by James Patterson, this is a BookShots, and “Lovers and Newcomers” by Rosie Thomas.
New Large Print: “A Log Cabin Christmas Collection,” and “Badlanders” by David Robbins.
New Christian Fiction: “Becky Meets Her Match: An Amish Christmas Romance” by Linda Byler, “An Amish Family Christmas” by Shelley Shepard Gray this is the fourth book in the Charmed Amish Life series, and “Kissing Father Christmas” by Robin Jones Gunn, this is the third book in the Father Christmas series.
New Mystery: “Triple Crown” by Felix Francis.
New Biographies: “Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood” by Trevor Noah, and “Our Revolution: a Future to Believe in” by Bernie Sanders.
New Non-fiction: “The Broken Way: a Daring Path into the Abundant Life” by Ann Voskamp, “Night Fighter: an Insider’s Story of Special Ops from Korea to Seal Team 6” by William Hamilton, Jr., “Living with Schizophrenia: a Family Guide to Making a Difference” by Jeffrey Rado, “Homemade Christmas” by Gooseberry Patch, “Nolo’s Essential Guide to Buying Your First Home” by Ilona Bray, “Star Wars Rogue One: the Ultimate Visual Guide” by Pablo Hidalgo, and “The Wars of the Roosevelts: the Ruthless Rise of America’s Greatest Political Family” by William J. Mann.
New Audio Books: “This Was a Man” by Jeffrey Archer, “Vince Flynn’s Order to Kill” by Kyle Mills, and “Small Great Things” by Jodi Picoult.
New DVDs: “Star Trek Beyond,” “Nerve,” and “The Secret Life of Pets.”
New TV Season: “Outlander” season 2.
Don’t forget to return your Library Challenge by December 29th. I hope you have enjoyed the Challenge!
The Library will be closed on December 30th, & 31st and January 2nd, for the New Year’s Holidays.
Happy New Year’s Reading!
Pam Metts, Director