Library Notes for March 29, 2017
Amnesty Week at the Library!
The Library is offering a week-long fine forgiveness event for people with overdue items. The amnesty period begins April 9 and runs through April 15, for National Library Week. The Library is encouraging its patrons to return all late materials during this period and have their fines waived regardless of how long the materials have been overdue. Fees for materials not returned will not be waived.
“Pam’s Pick” this week is: “A Million Little Things” by Susan Mallery, this is the third book in the Mischief Bay series, and also in large print. This is the story of Zoe Saldivar. Feeling alone after breaking up with a longtime boyfriend, Zoe’s life gets complicated. Her father begins flirting with her best friend’s mom and she starts seeing her best friend’s brother in a new way.
New Fiction: “Broken Glass” by V.C. Andrews, this is the second book in the Mirror Sisters series, “Vicious Circle” by C.J. Box, “The Cutthroat” by Clive Cussler, “Ross Poldark” by Winston Graham this is the first book in the Poldark series, and “Spymaster” by Margaret Weis, this is the first book in the Dragon Corsairs series.
New Christian Fiction: “Someone Like You” by Victoria Bylin, and “Her Daughter’s Dream” by Francine Rivers this is the second book in the Marta’s Legacy series and only in large print.
New Mystery: “Books of a Feather” by Kate Carlisle.
New Biography: “Mrs. Sherlock Holmes: the True Story of New York City’s Greatest Female Detective and the 1917 Missing Girl Case that Captivated a Nation” by Brad Ricca.
New Fiction: “Old School: Life in the Sane Lane” by Bill O’Reilly, “Men Without Work: America’s Invisible Crisis” by Nicholas Eberstadt, “Illusion of Justice: Inside “Making a Murderer” and America’s Broken System” by Jerome F. Buting, “Succulents: the Ultimate Guide to Choosing, Designing, and Growing 200 Easy-Care Plants” by Robin Stockwell, “The Chicken Whisperer’s Guide to Keeping Chickens” by Andy Schneider, “Salvage Style: Decorate with Vintage Finds” by Leslie Linsley, and “Kentucky Bourbon Country: the Essential Travel Guide” by Susan Reigler.
New Audio Books: “Echoes in Death” by J.D. Robb, “A Million Little Things” by Susan Mallery, and “A Dog’s Purpose” by W. Bruce Cameron.
New CDs: “Now That’s What I Call Country Volume 9,” and “The Weight of These Wings” by Miranda Lambert.
New DVDs: “Doctor Strange,” “The Accountant,” and “Trolls.”
New TV Season: “A Place to Call Home” season 1.
Don’t forget the New Game at the library: Ms. Cheryl has put together a “Kentuckyland” game. It is played a lot like Candyland but uses a Kentucky theme. The game is for everyone and can be played every day until someone wins. The prize? A book folded to look like the state of Kentucky.
Pam Metts, Director