Please note that beginning Monday, April 1, we will be having new library hours. Monday and Wednesday we will be open until 6 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday we will be open 1-7 p.m.
We will be holding our annual book sale May 4-8. The price will be $5 per bag. If you have books you would like to donate, good clean books with no mold, mildew or must, you can drop them off during the month of April.
Please place them in the bins located in the library entry way. Thank you in advance for donations.
Children — Diana Duncan, “Immy Gives Scruffy a Make-Over”: Immy learns that looks aren’t as important as what is within from an ugly old shelter dog that looks like a bear.
W. Bruce Cameron, “Shelby’s Story”: Shelby doesn’t remember much of her earlier life — only that she was always hungry and cold. Then she was rescued an she finds herself on a movie set and her new life is filled with challenges, rewards and love.
Brian Kilmeade, “George Washington’s Secret Six”: Washington learns that his ragtag group isn’t going to defeat the well-trained British army. Instead he creates a sophisticated intelligence network: the top-secret Culper Spy Ring.
Fiction — Rachel Hanna, “Loving Tessa”: January Cove series book No. 2. Aaron had his heart broken by his girlfriend of three years when she cheated on him. Tessa Reeves is on the run from something. When she landed in January Cove with her dog and young son in tow, Aaron steps in as her protector.
Jude Deveraux, “A Justified Murder”: Sara, Kate and Jack vow never again to involve themselves in something so dangerous after revealing the decades old secrets of their sleepy town last year. Then sweet old Janet Beeson is murdered. The trio find the townspeople eager to tell them their stories and are once again learning the towns buried secrets.
Lee Hollis, “Poppy Harmon Investigates”: Finding herself a penniless widow, Poppy uses her obsession with true crime shows to start a new career as a private eye.
Lisa Gardner, “Never Tell”: Flora Dane recognizes a murdered man, Conrad Carter, as an acquaintance of the man who had held her hostage. Flora is determined to learn the truth of Conrad’s murder, but the truth is a devilishly elusive thing.
Lisa Jewell, “Watching You”: Melville Heights is on of the nicest neighborhoods in Bristol, England, home to doctors, lawyers and old-money academics. It’s not the sort of place where people are murdered in their own kitchen. It is the sort of place where everyone has a secret and prying eyes lurk behind every curtain.
Joanne Fluke, “Chocolate Cream Pie Murders”: When the Cookie Jar becomes the setting of a star-studded special, Hannah hopes to shine the spotlight on her bakery — not the unsavory scandal swirling around her personal life.
Nonfiction — Lee Armstrong, “All About Funerals”: An exceptional book that gives clear-cut answers and a path for leadership to navigate hurting loved ones through the difficult time of loss and deep grief.
Lisa Potter Dixon, “The Make-Up Manual”: How to make the most of your facial features, offering looks to suit all face shapes, complexions, and ages.