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Gladbrook Public Library-December News Letter

December 6, 2013
Northern-Sun Print
Tis the season to be jolly! That is unless there is too much of that white stuff. Just in case there is, we probably will be spending a lot of time inside. We’d like to make sure you have something to do so this week we are getting a large selection of new books to help fill that time. Also some new DVD’s. Fiction: Silent Night by Robert Parker; Christmas at Harmony Hill by Ann Gabhart; A Christmas Hope by Anne Perry; Why Christmas Trees aren’t perfect by Richard Schneider; Christmas in Cornwall by Marcia Willet, A Simple Christmas by Melody Carlson, Robert D. Ray-An Iowa Treasure; Identical by Scott Turow; Loss of Innocence by Richard North Patterson; The Final Cut by Catherine Coulter; Snowflakes Fall by Patricia MacLachlan; The HIghway by C. J. Box; Hotshot by Julie Garwood; Second Watch by J. A. Jance; Takedown Twenty by Janet Evanovich; The Butler-A witness to History by Will Haygood; Thankless in Death by J. D. Robb; The Captive Maiden by Melanie Dickerson; Dust by Patricia Cornwell; Deadly Heat by Richard Castle; Command Authority by Tom Clancey; Unconditional by Eva Everson; The First phone call from heaven by Mitch Alboom; Still Foolin’ Em by Billy Crystal; Accused by Lisa Scottoline; Deadline by Sandra Brown; The Fort that Jack Built by Boni Ashburn; Llama Llama and the bully goat by Anna Dewdney; My Dad THINKS he’s funny by Katrina Germein; Ameila Bedelia’s First Library Card by Herman Parish; Dinosaur Zoom by Penny Dale; The Story of Thanksgiving by Nancy Skarmeas. DVDs: Killing Lincoln; Duck Dynasty; R.I.P.D.; White House Down; Alex Cross; Storm Rider; The Very First Noel; Dora Ice Skating Spectacular!; The Hunters; Saving Santa; Come Dance With Me; Silver Bells. We do have a couple of memorial books this month. One is for Mary Appelgate from Bill and Shirley Young and John Deere for Kevin Chizek by the Class of 1965. We will be closed on Christmas Eve Day. We hope everyone has a wonderful Christmas with their family and loved ones with the true meaning of Christmas. Pat Sievers Asst. Librarian
 
 

 

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