The library will be closed on Thursday, November 23rd and Friday, November 24th, 2006 for the Thanksgiving Holiday. See you Monday, November 27th.
“HeinOnline” is now available at the library. This is a legal research full-text database that covers four centuries of legal history, law, political science, business, public policy, government and criminal justice. The database includes case law, statutes, rules, regulations, Presidential documents, and treaties. Due to licensing this can only be accessed at the library. This very comprehensive search tool contains over 900 full-text law journals, all US treaties and agreements, every published US Supreme Court Decision and much, much more. If you are needing legal information be sure to check this out.
Wednesday, November 29 the movie, “The Da Vinci Code” will be shown a the library at 6:30 p.m. The film is based on the international best-selling book by Dan Brown and begins with a murder at the Louvre Museum. Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon is called in to help with the case. He finds an enigmatic riddle filled the clues centered on the paintings of Da Vinci. He goes on an amazing worldwide adventure following leads, which could end up shaking the very foundation of Christianity. The film stars Tom Hanks and is directed by Ron Howard, it is rated PG-13 and is 149 minutes.
Recent new books include “Always Green” by Patti Hill, “Finding Noel” by Richard Paul Evans, “Thirteen Moons” by Charles Frazier, “To Distraction” by Stephanie Laurens, “Shadows on the Plain” by John Nesbitt, “The Lady Rode Bucking Horses : the Story
of Fanny Sperry Steele, Woman of the West” by Dee Marvine, “Last Minute Fabric Gifts” by Cynthia Treen and “Forever Young : My Friendship with John F. Kennedy, Jr.” by William Sylvester Noonan.
New books for the young adult include “An Abundance of Katherines” by John Green and “Psyche in a Dress” by Francesca Lia Block.
Junior readers will enjoy “Fast Company” and “Double Fake” by Rich Wallace, “Boss
Mouse” by Dennis W. Chowen, as well as “Judy Moody Declares Independence” and “Judy Moody Around the World in 8 1/2 Days” by Megan McDonald.
Our youngest readers will be sure to like “Snow” by Joan Clark, “Christmas Tree Farm” by Ann Purmell, “All for Pie, Pie for All” by David Martin and “Elfis : a Christmas Tale” by Alan Katz.
“Stars” is the theme for Storyhour on Tuesday, November 28. Storyhour is held every Tuesday from 10 to 11 p.m. for children ages 3 through kindergarten.
334-3274 is the Dial-A-Story number. Dial-A-Story is sponsored by the Friends of the Library. Dial in and hear an exciting story today!
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