C. J. Box- “Endangered”
Joseph Wambaugh- “Hollywood Crows”
Lee Child- “Worth Dying For”
Stephen King- “The Bazaar Of Bad Dreams”
James Patterson- “NYPD2 RED”
Carla Neggers- “The Mist”
Audrey Niffenegger- “Her Fearful Symmetry”
Jeannette Walls- “The Silver Star”
Nora Roberts- “Christmas With You”
Debbie Macomber- “The Reluctant Groom”
Linda Lael Miller- “The Marriage Pact”
Kay Hooper- “Out Of The Shadows”
Plus many more titles too numerous to mention!!
The Spalding Public Library’s book club will meet on Monday, May 2nd, at 5:00 p.m. The group will be discussing the book entitled, “The Light Between Oceans” a novel by M. L. Stedman. Please join us—our book discussions are very entertaining!!
The Boone County Health Center CarePartners team is working with local libraries to increase access to resources on dementia Care. The team recently presented a donation of $100 to the Spalding Public Library to purchase these books and a DVD about caring for people with Alzheimer’s and other forms of memory loss.
The Spalding Public Library has the following Alzheimer’s/Dementia informational resources available for its library patrons to check out:
DVD- “Alive Inside” (Documentary On Music & Memory Loss)
Nancy L. Mace- “The 36-Hour Day: A Guide To Caring For People Who Have Alzheimer Disease, Related Dementias, And Memory Loss”
Jolene Brackey- “Creating Moments Of Joy: A Journal For Caregivers”
Diana Waugh- “I Was Thinking: Unlocking The Door To Successful Conversations With Loved Ones With Cognitive Loss”
Lisa Byrd- “Caregiver Survival 101: Strategies To Manage Problematic Behaviors Presented In Individuals With Dementia”
Nancy Pearce- “Inside Alzheimer’s: How To Hear And Honor Connections With A Person Who Has Dementia”
Mary Margaret Britton Yearwood- “In Their Hearts: Inspirational Alzheimer’s Stories”
Spalding Library’s book club chooses “The Light Between Oceans: A Novel” by author M. L. Stedman. In 1918, after serving in WWI, Tom Sherbourne welcomes his quiet job as lighthouse keeper on Australia’s remote Janus Rock, as does his loving new wife. But three years later a childless Isabel is bereft after suffering her third miscarriage. Tending the new grave, Isabel hears the cry of a baby; a boat has washed ashore with a dead man—and a living infant.
Two years later, little Lucy has become the center of the Sherbourne’s world. But their happiness turns when a trip to the mainland brings the discovery that she was not orphaned…and a desperate woman still seeks her vanished daughter. M.L. Stedman’s extraordinary debut, “The Light Between Oceans”, is a riveting tale of good intentions and heartbreaking consequences. (from the publisher)
Get your copy of this book today!! We will be discussing this book at our next book club meeting which will be on Monday, May 2nd.
Spalding Library’s book club will meet at the library on Monday, April 4th at 5:00 p.m. to discuss “The Meaning Of Names”, a novel, by native Nebraska author, Karen Gettert Shoemaker. Set in 1918 in the farm country at the heart of America, “The Meaning Of Names” is the story of an ordinary woman trying to raise a family during extraordinary times. Please join our discussion group, Monday night at 5:00p.m.
New titles added to the adult fiction collection include:
Jonathan Kellerman- “The Murderer’s Daughter”
Jonathan Kellerman- “Motive: An Alex Delaware Novel”
J.D. Robb- “Obsession In Death”
Jan Karon- “Come Rain Or Come Shine”
Mary Higgins Clark- “Death Wears A Beauty Mask & Other Stories”
Robert B. Parker- “Kickback”
Nora Roberts- “Blue Smoke”
Fern Michaels- “Perfect Match”
Tony Hillerman- “Skeleton Man”
Tony Hillerman- “Talking God”
Tony Hillerman- “The Fallen Man”
Jacquelyn Mitchard- “The Deep End Of The Ocean”
For The Month Of March, Spalding Library’s Book Club Chooses the book, “The Meaning Of Names” by author Karen Gettert Shoemaker. A Nebraska-set novel with a World War I backdrop, The Meaning of Names follows a German-American woman trying to raise a family in the heartland and keep them safe from the effects of war and the influenza panic, as well as from violence and prejudice. This novel by Karen Gettert Shoemaker is Nebraska’s reading choice for the 2016 One Book One Nebraska statewide reading program.
Stop by the library and pick up your copy!!
The Spalding Public Library will host the library’s book club meeting on Monday, March 7th, at 5:00p.m. The group will be discussing the book, “Orphan Train: A Novel”, by Christina Baker Kline. From 1854 to 1929 an estimated 250,000 orphaned, abandoned, and homeless children were sent by train, to towns in mid-western and western states, as well as Canada and Mexico. An estimated six to seven thousand youngsters rode orphan trains to Nebraska, and Spalding, was one of those selected train towns. When the orphan train movement began, it was estimated that 30,000 abandoned children were living on the streets of New York City. This period of mass relocation of children in the United States is widely recognized as the beginning of documented foster care in America.
Please join us at this book club meeting- it will be an interesting topic to discuss!!