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Gladbrook Public Library-November Library Newsletter

November 4, 2011
Northern-Sun Print
Hey, have you read any really good books lately? Well we have the solution for youy. This week we will have a new selection of them that I am sure you will enjoy. In addition we will have a new group of DVD’s. Between that and the beautiful tree colors it should be an enjoyable month. Fiction: The Litigators by John Grisham; A Lawman’s Christmas by Linda Lael Miller; An O’Brien Family Christmas by Sherryl Woods; Heartwishes by Jude Deveraux; The Christmas Wedding by James Patterson; Lethal by Sandra Brown; What Alice Forgot by Liane Moriarty; The Wedding Promise by Thomas Kincade; Rock Bottom by Erin Brockovich; Clara and Mr. Tiffany by Susan Vreeland; Bonnie and Quinn both by Iris Johansen; One Thousand White Women by Jim Fergus (Inspirational) House of Secrets (LP) by Tracie Peterson; Promises to keep by Elizabeth Ludwig; The Healing by Wanda Brunstetter; A Most Unsuitable Match by Stephanie Whitson and The Measure of Katie Calloway by Serena Miller. Junior Fiction: The Son of Neptune by Rick Riordan. Easy: Elmer and the Rainbow by David McKee. Biography: Saved by Her Enemy by Don Teague. Non-Fiction: Oil Spill! by Elaine Landau; When God winks at you by Squire Rushnell; The Eighty-Dollar Champion by Elizabeth Letts; Worm by Mark Bowden; Fix-It & Forget-It Diabetic Cookbook by Phyllis Pellman Good. Our activities are a kids party on Nov. 17 ans for the Gladbrook Businesses Open House which we are participating in this year, besides door prize and cookies, we are having a “Book Swap”. This is bring a book from home and exchange it with one of ours that will be displayed to keep. Should be interesting. Please note that if there are any types of books you are particularly interested in, stop in and tell Karen so we can order then for the library and have them on hand for you. Until next month (and notice I didn’t mention the word SNOW). Maybe later, just no yet! Pat Sievers, Assistant Librarian
 
 

 

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