Nook eReaders in the Children’s Area Available for Checkout!

NooksThe library was recently awarded a grant from the Dollar General Literacy Foundation for the purchase of 2 Nook eReaders for the children’s area.  The grant also included funding for 25 eStories by exciting new children’s authors.  The stories are high interest but with a little easier vocabulary.  All levels of readers will enjoy using the Nooks, but reluctant readers will find it easy to read and it is in a very modern format.  Each of the devices have different stories loaded onto them, and the checkout period is for two weeks.  Ask at the front desk for more info. and to see if one is available to check out. — at Central City Public Library.

Make a Blind Date With a Book at Central City Public Library

Tired of your same old relationships?  Need something new and exciting?  During the entire month of February stop by the library for a mysterious rendezvous.  We’d like to fix you up with a blind date (with a book of course); after all we are a library! We’ll select a variety of books, wrap them up in plain brown paper (no peeking) and you won’t know the “identity” of your blind date until you get it home.  Will it be fiction or non-fiction, a mystery, biography, or a cookbook?  Funny, heart-breaking or informative?  Sure, you may be disappointed; then again… you may end up really enjoying something you may not otherwise have chosen for yourself.

Each book will have a “Rate Your Date” slip.  If you are so inclined, say whatever you want about your date (even if your date was a dud- don’t worry, its feelings won’t be hurt).  With each slip you return, you can enter a drawing to win dinner for two at the Lincoln Manor Steak House in Central City.  So, be sure to stop by the library anytime between February 1 and 28.  Who knows, you might get lucky; if not in love then perhaps in literature?

 

New Books 1/24/13

New books! (1/24/13) Call (946-2512) or comment to be put on the reserve list. 🙂 “Easter Bunny Murder” by Leslie Meier (release date 1/29/13) “The Aviator’s Wife” by Melanie Benjamin … “Love Comes to Paradise” by Mary Ellis “The Last Runaway” by Tracy Chevalier “Saturday Night Widows” by Becky Aikman “The Unholy” by Heather Graham “The Husband List” by Janet Evanovich & Dorien Kelly “Touch & Go” by Lisa Gardner (release date 2/5/13) “Drive Time Spanish Beginner-Advanced Level” 8 hours on 8 CDs “Around the Corner Crochet Borders” by Edie Eckman “Connect the Shapes Crochet Motifs” by Edie Eckman “Beyond the Square Crochet Motifs” by Edie Edkman “Teach Yourself Visually Crochet” by Cecily Keim & Kim Werker “The Granny Square Book” by Margaret HubertSee More

— at Central City Public Library.

New Books are In! (1/16/13)

New books are in!  Call (946-2512) or comment to be put on reserve for them today.  “Private Berlin” by James Patterson (release date 1/21/13) “Suspect” by Robert Crais (release date 1/22/13) “The Daughter’s Walk” by Jane Kirkpatrick , “The Kashmir Shawl” by Rosie Thomas, “The Third Bullet” by Stephen Hunter “Kinsey and Me” by Sue Grafton “The Fifth Assassin” by Brad Meltzer “Mrs. Lincoln’s Dressmaker” by Jennifer Chiaverini “Below Stairs” by Margaret Powell “Living in Harmony” by Mary Ellis “Blood Money” by James Grippando “Footprints in the Sand” by Mary Jane Clark

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“Gardening Throughout the Year” Class to Begin January 17th!

It’s that time of year again- the seed catalogs have arrived!  Luddene Perry’s “Gardening Throughout The Year” classes will begin on Thursday, January 17 at 7:00 p.m. at the library.  The first class will be about the ins and outs of adding fruit trees to your garden.  It will cover:  appropriate varieties, the right root stock, site preparation, proper planting techniques and pest control.  Everyone is welcome- no class fees. — at Central City Public Library.

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