Our library will be hosting a job fair from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, June 19.

Anyone interested in the Adult Summer Reading Program should stop by their local library and pick up a bingo sheet. In order to participate, patrons must be over the age of 18 age and have a current library card. Patrons can register any time through the summer, there is no cutoff date.

As part of the Adult Summer Reading Program, the Saxton Library will be having a Tobacco Basket Craft at 10 a.m. Saturday, June 29. You need not be registered for the Summer Reading to participate, but seating is limited. Come to the library to see an example of the basket that will be made and to sign up, or call the library at 635-3533 for more information.

We would like to thank the following people for their generous donations: Jim and Brenda Bowser, Ed Treece, Esther Miller, Tom Cunningham, Karen Haney, Figard Stevenson Busing, Jim and Ann Snyder, Alan and Kala Hess and Heritage Cove Inc. Each and every donation is greatly appreciated

New Books

Children/young adult — Dan Butman, “Bummer in the Summer”: School is almost out for the summer, and A.J. is dreaming about all the fun things he is going to do on vacation. But A.J.’s dream quickly turns into a nightmare when three familiar spirits appear to show him summers past, present and future.

Laurel Snyder, “Charlie and Mouse Even Better”: Charlie and Mouse are getting ready for Mom’s Birthday and things are not going exactly as planned

Karen M. McManus, “One of Us is Lying”: Monday afternoon, five students walk into detention. Before the end of detention one of them is dead. Was Simon, who created the schools notorious gossip app, killed so he wouldn’t reveal juicy secrets about the other four? Or are the other four just patsies for the real killer who is still on the loose? (Young adult)

Kasie West, “The Fill-In Boyfriend”: When Gia is dumped by her boyfriend in the parking lot of her high school prom, she enlists a cute guy waiting to pick up his sister to be her fill-in boyfriend.

Fiction — Ann B. Ross, “Miss Julia Takes the Wheel” — When Miss Julia’s regular doctor goes on vacation she is immediately concerned about his replacement. She invites the charming doctor and his painfully shy wife, Lauren, to dinner where she notes the wife’s obvious lack of social skills. But it’s Miss Julia’s friends who pick up on the doctors less palatable qualities. (Large print)

Kathleen Fuller, “Words From The Heart”: Ivy Yoder agrees to help Noah Schlabach clean out his Aunt’s attic. They come across a packet of letters written during the Korean War. Soon they are swept up in the story of two young people falling in love. (Christian fiction)

Janet Evanovich, “The Big Kahuna”: FBI agent Kate O’Hare and charming con man Nicholas Fox go under cover as a married couple in a big-wave community in Hawaii to hunt for a kidnapped billionaire.

Katherine Hall Page, “The Body in the Wake”: Spending a hot summer on Maine’s Sanpere Island, amateur sleuth and caterer Faith Fairchild finds herself surprisingly unencumbered. That is until a body appears in the Lily Pond — a body with a mysterious tattoo and connections far away from small Sanpere Island.

Danielle Steel, “Blessing in Disguise”: Single mother Isabelle raised her three daughters alone while also building a career as a successful are consultant. A turn of fate brings a past secret to light, bods mother and daughters closer, and turns a challenge into a blessing.

Nonfiction — Anna Quindlen, “Nanaville” — A big-hearted book of wisdom, wit, and insight, celebrating the love and joy of being a grandmother.

Katherine Mayo, “Justice to All”: The story of the Pennsylvania State Police.

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