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Monday, March 1, 2010

Privacy matters...

It is hard to believe, but if you call the library and ask if a specific library patron is there, we do not give out that information. Please understand that we have patrons that have or have had restraining orders or protective orders for/against them or someone else. Someone will call and want to know if a particular person is in the library so they will know if they can or cannot be there at the same place as or within xx number of feet of that person. It is also hard to believe, but we deal with this much more often than you realize and we do not hesitate to call the police department if necessary. Whether you are asking for someone as a parent and child, other family member, or friend, it is not in the library’s best interest or yours for us to give out this information. We will take a message and attempt to deliver it for you. If you are in the library and need to call someone to pick you up, we will accommodate that need.

New Fiction includes: “The Alexandra Link” by Steve Berry; “Forbidden Falls” by Robyn Carr; “An Elm Creek Quilts Sampler” by Jennifer Chiaverini; “A Perfect Love” by Lori Copeland; “The Wrecker” by Clive Cussler; “A Slow Burn” and “Daisy Chain” by Mary E. DeMuth. For young adults, we now have “Witch and Wizard” by James Patterson and Obert Skye’s “Leven Thumps” series.

New Non- Fiction includes: “Walking In Your Destiny” by Juanita Bynum; “Game Change” by John Heilemann, “The New Frugality: How To Consume Less, Save More, And Live Better” by Chris Farrell; “Home business tax deductions” by Stephen Fishman; “Simplified Family Legal Forms” by Dan Sitarz; “Beautiful Boy: A Father's Journey Through His Son's Addiction” by David Sheff; “Stones Into Schools: Promoting Peace With Books, Not Bombs, In Afghanistan And Pakistan” by Greg Mortenson; “Donnie Brown Weddings: From The Couture To The Cake” by Donnie Brown; “You, Having A Baby” by Michael F. Roizen; “A Garden In The Shade” by Harriet L. Cramer; “The Rodale Whole Foods Cookbook” by Rodale; “Warren Buffett's Management Secrets” by Mary Buffett; “The Complete Idiot's Guide To Making Money With Craigslist” by Skip Press; “What Your Contractor Can't Tell You” by Amy Johnston; “Sanctuary: Gardening For The Soul” by Lauri Brunton; “Downsized Luxury Homes” by no author; “Home Plans For Baby Boomers” by no author.

Available for checkout now, we have all of the “Lord of the Rings” series, “Chronicles of Narnia” series, and “Harry Potter” series on Audio CDs and the “Planet Earth” series on DVDs.

For 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. Subscribe to our twitter feed at http://www.twitter.com/pccpl, or become a fan of the library on Facebook at http://spedr.com/12eab.

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