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Gladbrook Public Library-July Library Newsletter

July 11, 2014
Northern-Sun Print
Water, water, everywhere. Oh well, guess we are all in the same “boat” anyway. At least we are doing what we can to help as we got a large selection of new books in that has something for everyone. just find a nice dry place to set back, relax and read. Fiction: The City by Dean Koontz; The Beekeeper’s Ball by Susan Wiggs; Power Play by Catherine Coulter; The Fat Woman Mystery by Sandra Noble; Betting the Rainbow by Jodi Thomas; Walking on Air by Catherine Anderson; The Wife, The Maid, and The Mistress by Ariel Lawhon; Invisible by James Patterson; Wilderness Retreat by Beverly Miller; The Sayers Swindle by Victoria Abbott (LP); Dead Between the Lines by Denise Swanson (LP); Shadow Spell #2 and Dark Witch #1 by Nora Roberts; Secrets on Cedar Key by Terri DuLong; The Target by David Baldacci; The Auschwitz Escape by Joel Rosenberg; The Red Room by Ridley Pearson; Stormy Persuasion by Johanna Lindsey; The Advocate by Randy Singer; The Skin Collector by Jeffery Deaver; The Accident by Chris Pavone. Biography: Finding Me by Michelle Knight; The Little Girl who fought the great depression by Shirley Temple. Non-Fiction: The Good Dad by Jim Daly; Good Talk, Dad by Bill Geist; Taking Care of Joe by David Craig; The Women of Duck Commander by the Robertsons. Childrens: Dork Diaries #2 and #3, The Chocolate Touch by Patrick Skene Catling and Trouble Maker; Tom’s Tweet by Jill Esbaum; Interrupting Chicken by David Stein; ZooZical by Judy Sierra; Fanciest Doll in the Universe by Jane O’Connor; Silerlicious by Victoria Kann; Lives of the Scientist by Kathleen Krull (Biography). Our Summer Reading Group starts Tuesday, July 8 with the Grout Museum here with a chemistry program. July 15 is a Therapy Dog program. Diane Hall the Marshall County Naturalist is here July 22. The programs are from 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. We will have a pizza party on July 29 for the kids reaching their reading goals. The Gladbrook Public Library is now fully accredited by the state of which we are all very proud. Pat Sievers, Assistant Librarian Gladbrook Public Library
 
 

 

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