We are still accepting donations for Toys for Tots, and the Bedford County Humane Society as well as cards, letters, and/or drawings for veterans in Hollidaysburg Veterans Home.

Thank you so very much to those who have already donated. Every act of kindness will bring joy to someone.

The library will be closing at 3 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 24. We will be closed Thursday, Nov. 25 and Saturday, Nov. 27. We hope everyone has a save and Happy Thanksgiving.

New Books

Fiction: Linda Byler, “A Christmas Engagement” — After her beloved calls off their wedding just two weeks before the event, Liz vows never to trust her heart to a man again. (Christian Fiction)

Patricia Falvey, “The Titanic Sisters” — Sisters Delia and Nora travel on the maiden voyage of the Titanic to start a new life in America. (Large Print)

Sarah Winman, “Still Life” — Tuscany, 1944: A young English soldier and a middle-aged art historian find themselves in the wine cellar of an abandoned villa. The two find a kindred spirit that will shape the soldiers life for decades.

Laura Levine, “Murder Gets A Makeover” -When uber-stylist Bebe, who has earned the wrath of everyone in her orbit, is found strangled there is no shortage of suspects.

Tamron Hall, “As The Wicked Watch” — Crime reporter Jordan Manning, with a masters degree in forensic science, is one of the rare breeds that can navigate a crime scene as well as a news room.

Anthony Franze, “The Outsider” — A young clerk finds himself caught in the crosshairs of a serial killer.

Amor Towles, “The Lincoln Highway” — Eightteen-year-old Emmett has just been released from a work farm. He plans to pick up his younger brother and head to California to start their new lives. Those plans are soon take a fateful turn.

Nicci French, “The Unheard” — A single mother suspects her young daughter has witnessed a horrible crime when the girl draws a disturbing picture.

Nonfiction: Andrew Darlow, “Biscuit For Your Thoughts?” — Dogs share their wisdom, cultivated over thousands of years, to help us mere humans better deal with the rigors of our bipedal lives.

James Patterson, “E.R. Nurses” — Around the clock, across the country, these highly skilled and compassionate men and women sacrifice and struggle for us and our families.

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