The library will be closed on Thursday and Friday, November 24 and 25, 2016 for Thanksgiving. Normal hours resume at 10 a.m. on Monday November 28.
Monday, November 28 the last film in the dinner and movies series, “A World Away” will be shown at 6 p.m. featuring “The Wind Will Carry Us.” Deane Tucker will lead the discussion and a light meal will be available.
Have you checked out the Virtual Library lately? A recent upgrade to OverDrive now gives users a refreshed website and app experience that makes your digital library (Virtual Library) faster and easier to use than ever before; features include more options for signing in, instant access to titles from the details page and the “Books” icon takes you right to borrowed titles. Check it all out and don’t hesitate to call or stop by the library if you have questions or issues. Remember that you have other digital libraries available through the library: 3M Cloud Library, Hoopla, OneClick Digital and recently added Total Boox, all at no cost to you. Digital magazines are also available!
Your library card number and PIN give you access.
A veteran murders two people in New York City before giving himself up, claiming he had to do it because he was being used in mind-control experiments in Robert K. Tanenbaum’s newest novel, “Infamy.” A top Wall Street criminal defense lawyer with ties to the White House, decides it is his patriotic duty to defend him and New York District Attorney Roger “Butch” Karp and his crime-fighting wife, Marlene, face long odds and imminent danger by not only seeking justice but also by exposing and preventing a monumental betrayal of our nation’s security and integrity. Sure to be a page-turner!
Other new fiction books are “Reckless Creed” by Alex Kava, “The Queen of Blood” by Sarah Beth Durst, “Cartridge Carnival” by William Colt McDonald, “Mattie’s Pledge” by Jan Drexler, “El Paso” by Winston Groom, “From Across the Room” by Gina L. Mulligan, “Order to Kill” by Kyle Mills, “The Life She Wants” by Robyn Carr and “Return to Red River” by Johnny D. Boggs.
New nonfiction books include “Crisis of Character: a White House Secret Service Officer Discloses His Firsthand Experience With Hillary and Bill and How They Operate” by Gary J. Bryne and “The Red House on the Niobrara: Six Months Alone on a Panhandle Cattle Ranch” by Alan Wilkinson.
The Lennea Lewis Slagle Children’s Library has these new junior books, “Night of the Soul-Stealer” by Joseph Delaney, “Swamp: Louisiana, 1851” by Kathleen Duey and “Care and Feeding of Sprites” by Tony DiTerlizzi. New easy titles are “What to Do With an Idea” by Kobi Kamada, “Groovy Joe: Ice Cream & Dinosaurs” by Eric Litwin as well as these “Look and Find” books – “Finding Dory,” “Royal Wedding,” “Star Wars” and “Paw Patrol.”
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!