Library Notes

Library Notes

 

A COLUMN OF FIRE (Kingsbridge Series #3) by Ken Follett A half-century love affair between a man in service to Elizabeth I and a woman on the opposing side of England’s religious divide is challenged by violent ideological power shifts, torn loyalties and the queen’s circle of spies. (Historical Series)

LOVE AND OTHER CONSOLATION PRIZES by Jamie Ford AA half-Chinese orphan whose mother sacrificed everything to give him a better chance is raffled off as a prize at Seattle’s 1909 World’s Fair, only to land in the ownership of the madam of a notorious brothel where he finds friendship and opportunities, in a story based on true events. (Historical)

KILLING ENGLAND: The Brutal Struggle for American Independence by Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard In a book told through the eyes of George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson and Great Britain’s King George III, the authors chronicle the path to independence in gripping detail, taking the reader from the battlefields of America to the royal courts of Europe. (U.S. History)

HAUNTED (Michael Bennett Series) by James Patterson and James O. Born Vacationing in the Maine woods after a series of traumatic crises, detective Michael Bennett is pulled into the case of series of child disappearances from a tight-knit community that is reeling from a deadly addiction. (Suspense)

At Your Library

• Sept 18 - 6:00 p.m. Historical Society Mtg
• Sept 20 - 10:00 a.m. Baby Lap sit, 10:30 a.m. Storytime
• Sept 20 Noon Chamber of Commerce

Bookmobile Schedule

• Sept 15 - Daycare Outreach
• Sept 19 - Preschool Outreach, Mt. Pleasant, Marsh Creek, 3-C Rd
• Sept 20 - Preschool Outreach, Adult Daycare Centers
• Sept 21 - Pine Knot, Meadows Grove Rd, PK Housing

Weather policy: If school is called off due to inclement weather the bookmobile may not be running either. For information concerning library service please call the library at 376-8738.

 

One Comment:

  1. A good book to read is “McCreary Conquest” by L. Perry. It is in the library in Somerset.

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