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This month’s selection is The Private Lives of Pippa Lee by Rebecca Miller.

What part of our selves do we hide away in order to have a stable, prosperous life?

Pippa Lee has just such a life in place at age fifty, when her older husband, a retired publisher, decides that they should move to a retirement community outside New York City. Pippa is suddenly deprived of the stimulation and distraction that had held everything in place. She begins losing track of her own mind; her foundations start to shudder, and gradually we learn the truth of the young life that led her finally to settle down in marriage–years of neglect and rebellion, wild transgressions and powerful defiance.

The Private Lives of Pippa Lee is the study of a brave, curious, multilayered woman–an acutely intelligent portrait of the many lives behind a single name.

From Amazon.com

Please join us this evening and pick up your copy for discussion on January 8 @ the library.

NEW BOOKS 10/13-11/19

Adult Books-The Escape – John Baldacci, The tracker – Max Brand, One Kick – Chelsea Cain, Flesh and Blood – Patricia Daniels Cornwell, AD30 – Ted Dekker, Gray Mountain – John Grisham, Wait for Signs – Craig Johnson, Revival – Stephen King, Shopaholic to the stars – Sophie Kinsella, All is bright – Katherine Spencer, Shadow on the mesa – Lee Martin, Wyoming strong – Diana Palmer, Reunion – Hannah Pittard, Some Luck – Jane Smiley, Pegasus – Danielle Steel, An island Christmas – Nancy Thayer, Five days left – Julie Lawson Timmer, The Old Lonesome – Carol Benson, Boob Girls VI – Joy Johnson, This is where I leave you – John Tropper

Large Print – The Burning Room –Michael Connelly, The Art of adapting – Cassandra Dunn, An unsuitable bride – Jane Feather, The perfect witness – Iris Johansen, To everthing a season – Lauraine Snelling, The language of silence – Peggy Webb, The promise – Beth Wiseman, Mr Miracle – Debbie Macomber,

Young Adult- The mourning emporium – Michelle Lovric, The maze runner, The scorch trials, The Kill Order – James Dashner, Just one day, Just one year – Gayle Forman, the blood of Olympus – Rick Riordan, Night Sky – Suzanne Brockmann, Lies we tell ourselves – Robin Talley

Adult Non-fiction- Classic Christmas recipes, Consumer Reports Guide 2015, Unbroken Laura Hillenbrand,

Childrens Non-fiction- The worst-case scenario survival handbook-gross junior edition, middle school, junior edition, True Stories – Walden Press

Childrens-Policeman’s safety hints, Nurse, My own human body, Fireman’s safety hints, Cowboy, Ballerina, Pirates, Astronaut -Giovanni Cavievanna, Wind Power, Solar Power- Diane Bailey, Players, Team – Pete May, Love Monster and the perfect present – Rachel Bright, Bones and the football mystery – David Alder, Young Cam Jansen and the goldfish mystery – David Alder, Fly Guy presents: Firefighters – Tedd Arnold, Amber Brown horses around – Bruce Coville, Barbie: little lost dolphin – Kristen Depken, Any questions? – Marie-Louise Gay, Max and the Fall Parade, Max to the Rescue- Grosset and Dunlap, Emmet’s awesome day – Anna Holmes, Scooby-Doo Franken Creepy- Kate Howard, Mystery on the LEGO express – Trey King, Captain Awesome series – Stan Kirby, Let’s Mix 0 Shari Last, Hot Rod Hamster and the Wacky Whatever Race – Cynthia Lord, Cinderella in the city – Cari Meister, Lulu and the witch baby – Jane O’Connor, Frank Einstein and the antimatter motor – Jon Scieszka, Dolphin rescue – Tracey West,

DVDs-How to Train Your Dragon 2, Jersey Boys, Mr. Peabody & Sherman, Planes Fire & Rescue,

Audio Book- Tucker – Louis L’Armour

New Books on the Shelf 10/13

Adult Fiction: 2am at the Cat’s Pajamas Marie-Helene Bertino, Robert B. Parkers Blind Spot Reed F Coleman, The lost key Catherine Coulter, Wild ran the rivers James Crownover, The perfect witness Iris Johansen, The good girl Mary Kubica, Mr. Miracle Debbie Macomber, Burn James Patterson, Confessions: the Paris mysteries James Patterson, Leaving time Jodi Picoult, Etta Mae’s worst bad luck day Ann Ross, Deadline John Sandford, The Monogram Murders Hannah Sophie, Paris Match Stuart Woods, Miami Gundown Michael Zimmer,

Large Print Adult Fiction: Personal Jack Reacher novel Lee Child, Meet me at the Cupcake café Jenny Colgan, A wedding wager Jane Feather, Dark blood Christine Feehan, Shattered Secrets Karen Harper, Bones never lie Kathy Reichs, The accidental book club Jennifer Scott
Adult Non-fiction: You can, you will Joel Osteen, Debt-Free for life David Bach, Smart Money Smart Kids Dave Ramsey, The total money makeover Dave Ramsey, Killing Patton Bill O’Reilly, 100 days of real food Lisa Leake, The forks over knives plan Alona Pulde, Design Sponge at home Grace Bonney, Normally, this would be cause for concern Danielle Fishel
Junior High Fiction: The secret of the Fortune wookiee Tom Angleberger series, Fire and Ice Shannon Hale, Wild born Brandon Mull, Blood ties Garth Nix, Hunted Maggie Stiefvater, Skink no surrender Carl Hiaasen
Childrens Books: Dogs Sue Hamilton, Cats Sue Hamilton, Fish Sue Hamilton, Cool Midwestern cooking Alex Kuskowski, Cool Southern cooking Alex Kuskowski, Benny and Penny in the toy breaker series Geoffrey Hayes, Nina in that mkes me mad Hilary Knight, Otto’s Orange day Jay Lynch, Jack and the box Art Spiegelman, Chu’s day Neil Gaiman, The new Girl Anastasia Suen, Wyatt Burp rides again Greg Trine, Double Crossed at Cactus Flats Rich Wallace
DVDs: Barbie and the Secret Door, Captain America, Draft Day, The fault in our Stars, Moms Night Out, The other woman, Words and Pictures

Joy BOOBs IV

 

The Library and Friends of the Library are excited to announce author/humorist  Joy Johnson is coming to give a short presentation on her book series The Boob Girls. Since her retirement six years ago, Joy has written comedy mystery novels for seasoned women. The BOOB Girls: the Burned Out Old Broads at Table 12 are laugh-out-loud novels featuring four retired widows in a retirement community in Omaha, Nebraska.

Please make sure to join us on Saturday October 18 @ 10am.

This program is open to all! Her book series is available at the library.

New Books Available !!!! Come and Check them Out!!!

 

Adult Fiction:Last to Know- Elizabeth Alder,Close your eyes, hold hands- Chris Bohjalian, Shots fired- CJ Box, Wayfaring Stranger-James Burke, Seagrass Peir- Collen Coble, Invincible-Diana Palmer, All the light we cannot see-Anthony Doerr, The sweet spot-Stephanie Evanovich, Fast track-Julie Garwood, Thankful-Shelley Shepard Gray,  The sleepwalker’s guide to dancing-Mira Jacobs, Remains of innocence-Judith A. Jance, Sight unseen-Iris Johansen, The BOOB Girls VI,V-Joy Johnson, My fair lazy-Jen Lancaster, The Tao of Martha-Jen Lancaster, Beautiful oblivion-Jamie McGuire, Big little lies-Liane Moriarty, One plus one- Jojo Moyes, Dear life-Alice Munro, Sull mesa- Wayne Overholser,  The rise & fall of great powers-Tom Rachman,  The Illusionists-Rosie Thomas, Landline-Rainbow Rowell, Have a nice guilt trip-Lisa Scottoline, Swan Point-Sherryl Woods, The Girls of August-Anne Rivers Siddons, The Heist-Daniel Silva, A perfect life-Danielle Steel, Act of War-Brad Thor, The last ride-Ethan J Wolfe, Cut and Thrust-Stuart Woods,

LargePrint Adult Fiction: If wishes were Earls-Elizabeth Boyle, Power Play-Catherine Coulter,Eyes wide open-Ted Dekker, The revealing-Suzanne Woods Fisher, Pack up the moon-Rachael Herron, The Glass Kitchen-Linda Francis Lee, Brides for brothers-Debbie Macomber,  A perfect life-Danielle Steel, Love with a perfect cowboy-Lori Wilde,

Adult Non-fiction:  Thrive-Arianna Stassinopoulos Huffington, The Romanov sisters-Helen Rappaport, I am Malala- Malala Yousafzai

JuniorHigh Fiction-Silver Shadows-Richelle Mead, Surrounded by sharks-Micheal Northrop, Big Nate:In the Zone-Lincoln Peirce, Four-Veronica roth

Childrens Books- Grasshoppers- Belle Davis Hotchkiss, A boy and a jaguar-Alan Rabinowitz, Doug unplugs on the farm-Dan Yaccarino

DVDs- Titanic, The Goonies, ET, Breaking Free, Heaven is for Real, Rio 2, The Black Cauldron

Audio Books- Cut and Thrust-Stuart Woods

 

Snow Falling on Cedars by David Guterson is this month’s Book Club selection. We have limited copies available at the library (more should arrive soon). Stop by and pick up your copy for the meeting on August 11, 2014.

We also have the DVD available.

The card catalog is now available online.

You can see if the library has a book, book on CD, movie or reference resource in our collection.

You can find this option located under the Links on the right hand side of the web blog.

If you have a question please call us at 308-536-2382.

What a crazy June the library had!

We are so glad we made it and thankful to all our patrons for being so patient!

We are ready for all of you to return and check out our freshly cleaned library.

Here is a list of new materials since June 17.

Stop by and pick something up.

New Books on the Shelf

Adult Fiction:

Saints and Heroes – Andrew Schultz, Steal the North – Heather Bergstrom, The art of arranging flowers- Lynne Branard, Power Play- Catherine Coulter, Take me home- Dorothy Garlock, The steady running of the hour- Justin Go,At prairie’s end- Robert Horton, Goodnight June –Sarah Jio, The Boob Girls I,II, III-Joy Johnson,Summer house with swimming pool- Herman Koch, The city-Dean Koontz, Stormy persuasion-Johanna Lindsey, Farthest House- Margaret Lukas, A beautiful wedding- Jamie McGuire, Walking Disaster- Jamie McGuire, The marriage pact- Linda Lael Miller, Shadow of a hang rope- Lauran Paine, The BeeKeeper’s Ball-Susan Wiggs,

Large Print Adult Fiction:

Top secret twenty-one- Janet Evanovich, Air bound- Christine Feehan , Vintage-Susan Gloss, The matchmaker- Elin Hilderbrand, The marriage risk – Debbie Macomber, Invisible-James Patterson, Golden State-Michelle Richmond, China Dolls- Lisa See,

Adult Non-fiction:

The longest road- Philip Caputo, Good Call- Jase Robertson, Martha Stewart’s handmade holiday crafts

Junior High Fiction-

If I stay-Gayle Forman, Where she went-Gayle Forman,

Childrens Books- D is for duck calls – Kay Robertson,

New Magazine Subscriptions

More, Women’s Health, Consumer Reports

DVDs

The Grand Budapest Hotel, Endless Love, Lego Movie, Still Mine

 

New Books for May….Save the Date… MaryKay Andrews The Lincoln myth: a novel…. Steve Berry Ghost Ship… Clive Cussler The Shepherd’s Song..Betsy Duffey The One and Only… Bmily Giffin Where We Belong… Emily Giffin Child of Mine… David Lewis The Last Kind Words Saloon.. Larry McMurtry A Moment in Time.. Tracie Peterson Miss Julia’s Marvelous Makeover…Ann B Ross Chestnut Street… Maeve Binchy Undetected… Dee Henderson Live to see tomorrow… Iris Johansen Bridge to haven.. Francine Rivers The advocate.. Randy Singer Seasons of Tomorrow…Cindy Woodsmall

New DVDs….12 Years a Slave (R)…Hoosiers (PG)…The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (PG)… The Monuments Men (PG13)… Remember the Titans (PG)…Sofia the First The Floating Palace (NR)…Star Wars Lego (NR)

New Non-fiction… The Nesting Place…Myquillyn Smith The Worst Hard Time…Timothy Egan

New Childrens Fiction…Charlie and the New baby..Ree Drummond All different now….Angela Johnson Tea with Grandpa.. Barney Saltzberg The Pigeon needs a Bath.. Mo Willems

New Childrens Non-fiction….Perky Poodles Pam Scheunemann

Junior High Fiction…The Fran that time forgot…Jim Benton Attack of the 50ft Cupid..Jim Benton The invisible Fran..Jim Benton The Selection..Kiera Cass The Elite..Kiera Cass The Lion who stole my arm..Nicola Davies The Lightning Thief..Rick Riordan Lulu’s mysterious misson..Judith Viorst City of Heavenly Fire..Cassandra Clare

 

Your library has several New York Bestsellers List books available to check out.

The Target by David Baldacci. As the government hit man Will Robie and his partner, Jessica Reel, prepare for a mission, they face a new adversary.

the target

The Goldfinch, by Donna Tartt. A painting smuggled out of the Metropolitan Museum of Art after a bombing becomes a boy’s prize, guilt and burden.

donna-tartt-the-goldfinch-book-cover

The Collector by Nora Roberts. A writer travels the world of affluent art collectors to learn the truth about what appears to be a murder/suicide.

the collector

Stop by and check out all the new books available at your local library.

Kim

 

 

 

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