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Gladbrook Public Library-October Library Newsletter

September 30, 2011
Northern-Sun Print
I waited to write this so I could say “It’s Fall!!!” Everybody you talk to says where did the summer go?” I agree. It has been a busy one. One of our patrons said the other day when she came in that there was an all black caterpillar on the sidewalk in front of the library. Do we all know what that means? Something to do with a bad winter they tell me. Regardless of the weather we have lots of things planned. Our Children’s October party is Thursday, October 20 at 4 p.m. so don’t forget to sign up. For the adults our knitting sessions start Monday, October 3 at 5 p.m. We are in the process of trying to start a computer class but we need your help as what you want to learn so we would appreciate if you would stop in and tell Karen what wold be most helpful to set up. Our Stroy Hour is discontinued until school is out. Our new selection of books will be out this Friday but check in every week as we put other new books out at random that do not get in the paper. Inspirational: The Harvest Grace by Cindy Woodsmall; Sarah’s Choice by Wanda Brunstetter; Courting Miss Amsel by Kim Sawyer; Hidden Affections by Delia Parr; The Crosssing by Gilbert Morris; The Witness by Bonnie Leon; The Survivor by Shelley Gray and The Mercy by Beverly Lewis. Fiction: Canyons of night by Jayne Castle; Son of Stone by Stuart Woods; New York to Dallas by J. D. Robb; Killing the Blues by Robert Parker/Michael Brandman; Betrayal of Trust by J. A. Jance; The Tender Mercy of Roses by Anna Michaels; Carte Blanche by Jefferey Deaver; Tea and Destiny by Sherryl Woods; and 1105 Yakima Street by Debbie Macomber. Junior-Fiction: Shark Girl by Kelly Bingham; The Sword of Camelot by Gilbert Morris; Romancing Hollywood Nobody #3 and Goodbye Hollywood Nobody #4, Double Take and Never Been Kissed by Melody Carlson; The Magic Thief Series by Sara Prineas. Easy: Fast Train, Slow Train (Thomas & Friends) Non-Fiction: Patches of the Quilt by Edwin Chase; The sisters of Sinai by Janet Soskice. Biography: Thunder Dog by Michael Hingston; Does the Noise in my Head Bother you? by Steven Tyler; Seal Team Six by Howard Wasdin. DVD’s: True Grit; X-Men; Thor; Spooky Buddies; The 5th Quarter; Breking the Press; Barbie-Charm SChool; Love Wedding Marriage; Smoething Borrowed; First Dog; Little Matchmakers. Well, that’s it for now. This ought to keep young and old busy for awhile. Oh! be sure to watch out for our black caterpillar. I really hope this is an “old wives tale”. Pat Sievers, Assistant Librarian Gladbrook Public Library
 
 

 

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