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Friday, April 19, 2013

Summer program preparations / LOTS of new books to read!



Summer programs and summer reading will be here soon. Saturday, May 18th is the kickoff for the summer reading program and June and July are packed with events. Get ready for summer at the library; we want to see you here.

New books include: Fearless: “Imagine Your Life Without Fear” by Max Lucado; “When Someone You Love Is Wiccan: A Guide To Witchcraft And Paganism For Concerned Friends, Nervous Parents, And Curious Co-Workers” by Carl McColman; “Going Clear: Scientology, Hollywood, And The Prison Of Belief” by Lawrence Wright; “The Future: Six Drivers Of Global Change” by Albert Gore; “Still The Best Hope: Why The World Needs American Values To Triumph” by Dennis Prager; “Sand And Water Play: Simple, Creative Activities For Young Children” by Sherrie West; “The Signal And The Noise: Why Most Predictions Fail-But Some Don't” by Nate Silver; “Fat Chance: Beating The Odds Against Sugar, Processed Food, Obesity, And Disease” by Robert Lustig; “Shred: The Revolutionary Diet: 6 Weeks, 4 Inches, 2 Sizes” by Ian Smith; “Organic Management For The Professional: The Natural Way For Landscape Architects And Contractors, Commercial Growers, Golf Course Managers, Park Administrators, Turf Managers, And Other Stewards Of The Land” by Howard Garrett; “Little Boy Blue: A Puppy's Rescue From Death Row And His Owner's Journey For Truth” by Kim Kavin; “Mexico: One Plate At A Time” by Rick Bayless; “The Secret Of Play: How To Raise Smart, Healthy, Caring Kids From Birth To Age 12” by Ann Pleshette Murphy; “How:  Why How We Do Anything Means Everything-- In Business (And In Life)” by Dov Seidman.
New fiction includes: “The Prince Of Ravenscar” by Catherine Coulter; “Rebecca's Promise” by Jerry S. Eicher; “The Round House” by Louise Erdrich; “Husband List” by Janet Evanovich; “Unconditional” by Eva Marie Everson; “The Last Man” by Vince Flynn; “Winter Of The World” by Ken Follett; “Middle Men: Stories” by Jim Gavin; “Ghost Moon” by Heather Graham; “Empire And Honor” by W. E. B. Griffin; “A King's Ransom” by James Grippando; “The Third Bullet” by Stephen Hunter; “The Last Operative” by Jerry B. Jenkins; “Flight Behavior” by Barbara Kingsolver; “The Twelve Tribes Of Hattie” Ayana Mathis; “The Fifth Assassin” by Brad Meltzer; “Big Sky River” by Linda Lael Miller; “Cloud Atlas” by David Mitchell; “Political Suicide” by Michael Palmer; “Killer View” by Ridley Pearson; ”The Yellow Birds” by Kevin Powers; “Time Of Death” by J. D. Robb; “The Choice” by Robert Whitlow; “Alif The Unseen” by Willow g. Wilson; “Back To Blood” by Tom Wolfe; “A Memory of Light” by Robert Jordan. 

Recent family histories added to the Faye McMinn Genealogical Research Center are: “Zack Carpenter And Susan Craver: Harris County Georgia To Harrison County Texas” and “Long-Fielder, Pitt-Heath, Sewell Family Bible Records”.  



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