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Tuesday, August 11, 2009

MAGIC PROGRAM - Thursday, 13th10:30 a.m.

The Public Library’s last summer program is Thursday (August 13th) at 10:30 a.m. This program will last approximately 45 minutes and features Brett Roberts, Magician, performing Texas Magic and Tomfoolery. The show is sponsored through donations to the Friends of the Library. There will be drawings for 8 sets of school supplies. To earn extra chances at the drawing, bring non-perishable food items for the local pantries. Bring the family for a fun time!

New Mystery Books include:
“Turn Coat” by Jim Butcher; “The Doomsday Key” by James Rollins; “Live Bait” and “Dead Run” by P. J. Tracy; “There's Something About St. Tropez” by Elizabeth Adler; “Rain Gods” by James Lee Burke; “Roadside Crosses” by Jeffery Deaver; and “The Devil’s Punchbowl” by Greg Iles.

New non-fiction books include:
“Junk Beautiful: Outdoor Edition” by Sue Whitney; “Great Scrapbooks: Ideas, Tips, & Techniques” by Michele Gerbrandt; “Creating Beautiful Wedding Flowers: Gorgeous Ideas And 20 Step-By-Step Projects For Your Big Day” by Nancy Ursell; “The Find: The Housing Works Book Of Decorating With Thrift Shop Treasures, Flea Market Objects, And Vintage Details” by Stan Williams; “Juggling: From Start To Star” by Dave Finnigan; “Tears In The Darkness: The Story Of The Bataan Death March And Its Aftermath” by Michael Norman; “Timetables Of Irish History” by Patrick C. Power; and “Horse Soldiers: The Extraordinary Story Of A Band Of U.S. Soldiers Who Rode To Victory In Afghanistan” by Doug Stanton.

For more information about our programs, renewals, reserves, or to submit memorials, please contact the Public Library at 613 Quitman Street, Pittsburg, Texas 75686, 903-856-3302 or email us at pccpl@sbcglobal.net. Check out the Library Corner on the library’s blog http://pccpl.blogspot.com and subscribe to our twitter feed at http://www.twitter.com/pccpl.

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