New materials available at John L. Street Library
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White Cat Winter

White cat winter

prowls the farm,

Tiptoes soft

through withered corn,

Creeps along low walls of stone

falls asleep beside the barn
. By Tony Johnston.

I say Brrrrr! When I fall asleep I want to be in bed with a good book, or sitting in my favorite chair beside a roaring fire. Well, “Pam’s Picks” will provide you with the good books. The bed, the fire, and the favorite chair you will have to provide yourself.

“Daughter of Darkness” by V.C. Andrews, Ava and Lorelei, are sisters with a chilling family secret.

“Play Dead” by Harlan Coben, the story of a marriage made in tabloid heaven soon is struck by tragedy.

“Devil Wears Plaid” by Teresa Medeiros, the tale of a fiery beauty must wed the powerful laird of the land to keep her father from prison.

“I Still Dream about You” by Fannie Flagg, years ago Maggie leaves her one true love for a career. Now she’s back home in Alabama. Will he still be there? This book is in both regular and large print.

“Distant Hours” by Kate Morton, this is a haunting tale of long buried family secrets.

“Out of the Dark” by David Weber, the galactic hegemony has been around a long time by now comes that threat of galactic peace. This is a Sci Fi novel.

“Unbroken” by Laura Hillenbrand, this is a World War II story of survival, resilience, and redemption.

“Secretariat” by William Nack, this is the true story that inspired a major motion picture.

“The Woman I Was Born to Be” by Susan Boyle, this is an international super star tells her own story.

P.S. A special New Year’s set of books, Mystery and the Minister’s Wife by various authors, all Christian fiction, we have books 1-12.

New Audio Books on CD: “Ice Cold” by Tess Gerritsen, and “Tempted by Trouble” by Eric Dickey.

New CDs: “Wicked: Original Broadway Cast Recording,” “Songs from the Heart” by Celtic Woman, and “The Promise” by Il Divo.

New DVDs: “Eat Pray Love,” “Robin Hood,” and “Starstruck.”

Happy New Year…Happy Winter Reading!

The Cadiz Record’s Library Notes feature is submitted by John L. Street Library Director Pam Metts.
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