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Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Caldwell Zoo is coming Wednesday JULY 7th @11:00 a.m.

The Caldwell Zoo is coming to the library on Wednesday, July 7th @ 11:00 a.m. We had a great time with Critterman last week and look forward to the Caldwell Zoo animals. Come early and bring the entire family. This is free family entertainment. Bring a new non-perishable food item and get one extra ticket to the drawings for each item you bring. During July, you may pay your fines with new non-perishable food items, getting 50 cents credit on your bill for each item you bring. This allows us to help the local food banks.

The children and youth areas have many new books, audio books, a new search computer, and computer desk due to funding from the Burt and Nancy Marans Charitable Fund at East Texas Communities Foundation.

New non-fiction books include: “Stronger After Stroke: Your Roadmap To Recovery” by Peter G. Levine; “Taking Charge Of Your Stroke Recovery: A Personal Recovery Workbook” by Roger Maxwell; “Women, Food And God: An Unexpected Path To Almost Everything” by Geneen Roth; “The Secret Life Of The Grown-Up Brain: The Surprising Talents Of The Middle-Aged Mind” by Barbara Strauch; “The Definitive Guide To Cancer: An Integrative Approach To Prevention, Treatment, And Healing” by Lise Alschuler.

New audio books include: “A Kiss Of Shadows” by Laurell K. Hamilton; “Blood Born” by Linda Howard; “The Shadow Of Your Smile” by Mary Higgins Clark; “Lucid Intervals” by Stuart Woods; “The Long Way Home” by Robin Pilcher; “A Cousin's Challenge” by Wanda E. Brunstetter; “Married In Seattle” by Debbie Macomber; “Deadly Deals” by Fern Michaels; “Deliver Us From Evil” by David Baldacci; “The 9th Judgment” and “Miracle On The 17th Green” by James Patterson; “Blue-Eyed Devil” by Robert B. Parker; “Innocent” by Scott Turow.

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, or become a fan of the library on Facebook.

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