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The library will be hosting a fall book discussion series entitled “Read Ingredients” beginning Tuesday, September 6 at 6:30 p.m. The series is designed to explore the two ingredients that are key to American cuisine – regional traditions and international influences. “My Life in France” by Julia Child is the first book to be discussed followed by “Food of a Younger Land”, “Animal Vegetable Miracle” and “Second Hoeing”. Wayne Deahl from Torrington returns to lead the discussions. Stop by the library soon to register and pick up the first book.

A new fiction book is “The Gin & Chowder Club” by Nan Rossiter. The friendship between the Coleman and Shepherd families is as old and comfortable as the neighboring houses they occupy each summer on Cape Cod. Beyond the surface of these idyllic gatherings the growing attraction between the Coleman’s son, Asa and Noelle, the young second wife of Nate Shepherd threatens to upend everything and make this one bittersweet and unforgettable summer.

Other new fiction includes “To Be Sung Under Water” by Tom McNeal, “The Crystal Angel” by Olivia Claire High, “Robopocalypse” by Daniel H. Watson, “Sister” by Rosamund Lupton, “The Jefferson Project” by Thor Duffin, “Someone To Watch Over Me” by Michelle Stimpson and “Break the Skin” by Lee Martin. John Flanagan’s “The Emperor of Nihon-Ja” is now available in the YA section.

“Tracker: Case Files and Adventures of a Professional Mantracker” by Joel Hardin is one of several new non-fiction books. Other titles include: “Transition: the Story of How I Became a Man” by Chaz Bono and “Garden Fresh Meals: More Than 200 Delicious Recipes For Enjoying Produce At It’s Just-Picked Peak” edited by Jan Miller.

The Lennea Lewis Slagle Children’s Library has these new junior books: “The Way of the Dragon” by Chris Bradford, “IQ: the White House” by Roland Smith and “Lawn Boy Returns” by Gary Paulsen. New for younger readers are “Sharks Vs Trains” by Chris Barton and “Chick ‘n’ Pug” by Jennifer Satter.

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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