Library Notes for April 12, 2017
Today is National Drop Everything and Read Day!! That sounds like the best idea. Just stop and read. At least for a few minutes!
Amnesty Week at the Library, is finally here! The Library is offering a week-long fine forgiveness event for people with overdue items 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.
Congratulations to Chelsey Redd, winner of the Kentuckyland Game.
What is our new game? It is an adult coloring contest! Stop by the library and pick up a coloring sheet. Color it and return it by April 29. Judging will be on our Facebook page May 1-5.
“Pam’s Pick” this week is: “The Devil’s Triangle” by Catherine Coulter, this is a Brit in the FBI thriller.
New Fiction: “The Inheritance” by Rochelle Alers this is the first book in the Innkeepers series, “Hard Justice” by Lori Foster this is the second book in the Body Armor series, “A Perfect Obsession” by Heather Graham this is the second book in the New York Confidential series, and “Say Nothing” by Brad Parks.
New Large Print: “While Angels Dance” by Ralph Cotton.
New Christian Fiction: “If I’m Found” by Terri Blackstock, this is the second book in the If I Run series, and “Treasured Grace” by Tracie Peterson, this is the first book in the Heart of the Frontier series and also in large print.
New Mystery: “The Violated” by Bill Pronzini.
New Biography: “Charlton Heston: Hollywood’s Last Icon” by Marc Eliot.
New Non-fiction: “The Little Things: Why You Really SHOULD Sweat the Small Stuff” by Andy Andrews, “The Spider and the Fly: a Reporter, A Serial Killer, and the Meaning of Murder” by Claudia Rowe, “Younger: a Breakthrough Program to Reset Your Genes, Reverse Aging, & Turn Back the Clock Ten Years” by Sara Gottfried, “13X9, the Pan That Can: 150 Fabulous Recipes” by Better Homes & Gardens, “Counting Down the Beatles: Their 100 Finest Songs” by Jim Beviglia, “Families on Foot: Urban Hikes to Backyard Treks and National Park Adventures” by Jennifer Pharr Davis, and “New England’s Best Trips: 31 Amazing Road Trips.”
New Audio Books: “Below the Belt” by Stuart Woods, “Come and Get Us” by James Patterson, and “My (Not So) Perfect Life” by Sophie Kinsella.
New CDs: “Sing It Now: Songs of Faith & Hope” by Reba McEntire, and “They Don’t Know” by Jason Aldean.
New DVDs: “Inferno,” “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” and “Doc McStuffins Toy Hospital.”
New TV Season: “Smallville” season 8.
Happy Drop Everything and Read Day!!
Pam Metts, Director