Library Notes

Library Notes for February 14, 2018

Posted on Feb 14, 2018 in Library Notes

Library Notes for February 14, 2018 “I love books. I love that moment when you open one and sink into it you can escape from the world, into a story that’s way more interesting than yours will ever be.” Elizabeth Scott Happy Valentine’s Day! If you love books and love to read we are the place for you! I guarantee you will fall in love with a good book! Pam’s Pick this week is: “Luckiest Girl Alive” by Jessica Knoll, this is the story of a young woman striving to create the perfect life, perfect husband, perfect home, and perfect career. Until a violent incident from her past threatens to...

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Library Notes for February 7, 2018

Posted on Feb 7, 2018 in Library Notes

Library Notes for February 7, 2018 It’s Tax Time again! We are now taking appointments for the RSVP Free Tax Service. The RSVP Volunteers are here every Tuesday and Thursday from 9:00-3:00. Call the library today to schedule your appointment 270-522-6301. Book Signing: Dr. Gregory P. Stallworth, author, motivational speaker, leadership coach and pastor will be here February 17th in the upstairs meeting room from 9:30-11:30. His new book “The Power in You!” is a ministry resource about personal development for everyone. This book is based on Ephesians 3:20, and will help you learn how the...

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Library Notes for January 31, 2018

Posted on Jan 31, 2018 in Library Notes

Library Notes for January 31, 2018 “The greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places” from “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” by Roald Dahl The library is the most likely place I would think to find great secrets, in page after page of great books. Stop by and pick up a bag full for the next snow storm. Pam’s Pick this week is: “The Girls in the Picture” by Melanie Benjamin, this is the latest stylish historical novel that transports readers to Hollywood’s early days and views the rise and fall of silent films through the friendship between two of the era’s...

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Library Notes for January 24, 2018

Posted on Jan 24, 2018 in Library Notes

Library Notes for January 24, 2018 National Puzzle Day is January 29. And did you know the library has jigsaw puzzles? Do you have old puzzles you would like to trade for a different one? You can trade puzzles at the library for free. Stop by and check them out. Pam’s Pick this week is: “Darker” by E.L. James, this is the second book in the Fifty Shades by Christian trilogy. This is the retells of the events of “Fifty Shades Darker” through the eyes of the dominant Christian Grey. New Fiction: “Carnegie’s Maid” by Marie Benedict, “Fools and Mortals” by Bernard Cornwell, “Livia...

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Library Notes for January 17, 2018

Posted on Jan 17, 2018 in Library Notes

“Some books you read. Some books you enjoy. But some books just swallow you up heart and soul.” Joann Harris Pam’s Pick this week is: “Promise Not to Tell” by Jayne Ann Krentz, this is the story of Seattle gallery owner Virginia Troy. Virginia has spent years battling the demons that stem from her childhood time in a cult and the night a fire burned through the compound, killing her mother. Now one of her artists has taken her own life, but not before sending Virginia a last picture: a painting that makes Virginia doubt everything about her so-called suicide and her own past. New Fiction:...

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Library Notes for January 10, 2018

Posted on Jan 11, 2018 in Library Notes

Library Note for January 10, 2018 The book world received sad news on December 29, Sue Grafton, author of the Alphabet Mysteries passed away. “Y is for Yesterday” will be the last letter in the alphabet. Sue Grafton is a native of Louisville, Ky. “A is for Alibi” was published in 1982 and was the first in the Kinsey Millhone novel. January is National Slower Cooker Month: Relissa Torian, Nutrition Education Program/SNAP-Ed Assistant for Trigg County will be at the library Friday, January 19, in the basement serving Hot Soup or Chili/Chips from 11:30-1:00 this program is free and is first...

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