New Books In (12/31/12). Call today to be put on reserve!

Hot off the press!  If you would like to be put on reserve for any of these books, please call (946-2512). “Rose’s Pledge” & Mariah’s Quest” by Sally Laity & Dianna Crawford “Though Mountains Fall” by Dale Cramer “Betrayal” & “Belonging” by Robyn Lee Hatcher “Under the Summer Sky” by Lori Copeland “Full Disclosure” by Dee Henderson “A Memory of Light” by Robert Jordan & Brandon Sanderson “The Breath of Dawn” by Kristen Heitzmann “Collateral Damage” by Stuart Woods “I’ve Got Your Number” by Sophie Kinsella “The Paris Wife” by Paula McLain “Barefoot Contessa Foolproof” by Ina Garten

New Books In! (12/27/12)

New Books! (12/27/12).  Call 946-2512 or comment to be put on reserve for them today. “Illegally Iced” by Jessica Beck “The Road to Cardinal Valley” by Earlene Fowler” “Betrayal of Trust” by J.A. Jance … “Political Suicide” by Michael Palmer “Supervolcano: All Fall Down” by Harry Turtledove “The Legend of Broken” by Caleb Carr “38 Nooses:  Lincoln, Little Crow, and the Beginning of the Frontier’s End” by Scott W. Berg “The Twelve Tribes of Hattie” by Ayana Mathis, and “Below Stairs:  The Classic Kitchen Maid’s Memoir That Inspired Upstairs, Downstairs & Downton Abbey” by Margaret Powell.See More

— at Central City Public Library.

“Peppermint Sugar Cookie Bars” One of Recipes for Upcoming Cookie Swap!

“Peppermint Sugar Cookie Bars” is one of the Pinterest recipes being made by one of the participants in the upcoming library cookie swap (being held on Wednesday, Dec. 19th at 6:00 p.m.).  If you would like to attend, bring 6 dozen cookies to the library for the swap, mingle and enjoy some of the cookies.  Then, take home a variety of the 5 dozen delicious cookies, to enjoy during the holiday season!  If you want to participate, but can’t attend the swap, you may drop your cookies off in advance, and pick up your variety of cookies afterwards.Peppermint Sugar Cookie Bars

New Series of Books for Girls at the Library!

There is a new series of books for girls (in the junior series section of the library), that are written with a Christian perspective.  The stories (written by Eleanor Clark) are called “The Eleanor Series”.  The books feature different girls and span generations.  They are historically accurate and highlight the nation’s Christian heritage of faith.  Written along the same vein as the “American Girl” series, these books are a little more in depth and a little longer.
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