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Gladbrook Library News-August Library Newsletter

July 28, 2012
Northern-Sun Print
One thing I think we can all agree on is that it is HOT, HOT, HOT! For us at the library I don’t think it’s such a bad thing for business as when it is too hot to do anything else we can always sit in the air conditioning or under a nice shady tree and read a good book. It just so happens that we have a nice selection of new books to put out this week so be sure and come in and check them out. Fiction: Black Fire by Catherine Coulter; Revenge of the middle Aged Woman by Elizabeth Buchan; Close Your Eyes by Iris Johansen; I Michael Bennett by James Patterson; Deadlocked by Charlaine Harris; Gun Games by Faye Kellerman; The Fallen Angel by Daniel Silva; Bannon Brothers Honor by Janet Dailey; A Place in the Country by Elizabeth Adler; Wicked Business by Janet Evanovich; Tuesday’s Child by Fern Michaels; Blood, Blood Line and Deep Fathom by James Rollins. Biography: One Call Away by Brenda Warner; The Other Side of Suffering by John Ramsey. Inspirational: The Doctor’s Lady by Judy Hedlund; The Wedding Dress by Rachel Hauck; After All by Deborah Raney; The Key on the Quilt by Stephanie Whitson; From Across the Ancient Waters by Michael Phipps; A New Name by Grace Livingston Hill; The Half-stitched Amish Quilting Club by Wanda Brunstetter; and From This Day Forward by Margaret Daley. Non-Fiction: The Richest Man In Town by W. Randall Jones Yakov; and The Seven Thieves by Madonna. Junior Non-Fiction: Air Show Jets by Matt Doeden; A Year on A Pirate Ship by Elizabeth Havercroft; Barack Obama by Marlene Brill; The Hero Twins-Against the Lords of Death by Dan Jolley; William Tell by Paul Storrie; and Sports Car Racing by Matt Doeden. We’ve been real busy this summer as we are just finishing up our Summer Reading Group programs and for those that have reached their reading goal, we are having a pizza party. We had the Grout Museum here, the director of Marshall County Conservation and a magician. The 4-H fair just finished so the kids had to work that in too. We are having the Fiery Trial: Iowa and the Civil War here on September 21 and 22 for all to tour. It will be parked across from the library. Oh, and we hope you have notice our new handicapped accessible door. It is working great for us. School will be starting soon also so hope everyone had a good summer (except for the heat). It has been a busy one.

Pat Sievers, Assistant Librarian Gladbrook Public Library

 
 

 

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