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Gladbrook Library News-April Newsletter

April 6, 2012
Northern-Sun Print
Hey, it’s time to say, “April showers bring May flowers”-but we already have beautiful flowers out so I must of missed a month again. No really, we are certainly ahead on everything but it’s great and I think everyone is in a better mood! This month brings us National Library Week from April 9th to 13th. We are going to have an M & M candy jar guess and some musical entertainment on Friday by some young ladies. Also our Mayor, Keith Sash, will be here on Wednesday from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. to visit and answer questions. Watch our sign out front to see what is going on for the day. Also we will have refreshments throughout the week. We have a really good selection of new books this month so be sure and stop in. Fiction: Lucky Penny by Catherine Anderson; Redwood Bend by Robyn Carr; There and Now by Linda Lael Miller; Still Alice by Lisa Genova; Oath of Office by Michael Palmer; Betrayal by Danielle Steel; Guilty Wives by James Paterson; Copper Beach by Jayne Ann Krentz; Heart of a Killer by David Rosenfelt; The Thief by Clive Cussler; Stay Close by Harlan Coben; The Accident by Linwood Barclay; A Dead Man’s Tale by James D. Ross; Lone Wolf by Jodi Picoult; Letter from a stranger by Barbara Taylor Bradford; Fall from Grace by Richard North Patterson; Dangerous Alterations by Elizabeth Lynn Case; and Sage Creek by Jill Gregory (both large print). Inspirational: A Wedding to remember by Annalisa Daughtery; The Rose Conspiracy by Craig Parshall; A Bride’s Flight by Murray Pura; In Too Deep by Mary Connealy; Shadow in Serenity by Terri Blackstock; A Lasting Impression by Tamera Alexander; Chasing the Sun by Tracie Peterson; Summer of Promise by Amanda Cabor; The Lego ideas Book by Daniel Lipkowitz. Junior Fiction: Camp Alien, My Cousin the Alien, Alien Envoy, Alein Contact, Alien Expedition, Alein Encounter, all by Pamela Service. May you all have a wonderful Easter as this is one of the most important holidays, I’m sure everyone would agree. Hopefully we can spend it with our family and loved ones and remember who made this all possible. Happy Easter To All!! Pat Sievers, Assistant Librarian Gladbrook Public Library


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