Come on in and browse…Books, Magazines, CDs, DVDs, Audio Books, Newspapers…we have them all, Plus, Internet. “Pam’s Picks” for this week in January…well I’m going to start my readers off with a big bang! Patricia Cornwell with “Port Mortuary” this is a Scarpetta novel. (We have two copies)
Then, Stephen King with “Full Dark, No Stars,” a pitch black quartet of mesmerizing tales. For the Christian Fiction readers, “Unlocked” by Karen Kingsbury. Meet Holden Harris, an autistic 18 year-old who is bullied at school. Something just a little lighter, “Lone Star Winter” by Diana Palmer. A classic love story that will warm up your winter. “Willow” by Linda Lael Miller, this is a historical romance, from her early career in a brand new edition expanded with sub plots.
Was one of your New Years’ Resolutions to take better care of your health? Then, maybe you will find these Non-fiction books of interest.
“2011 Edition Complete Guide to Prescription and Nonprescription Drugs” this is a reference book.
“Long Term Care How to Plan and Pay for It” by J.L. Matthews, this book offers a straight-talking guide to choosing and paying for a nursing home, assisted living site, or home care.
“Your Aching Back” by A.A. White, III, M.D., this is a doctor’s guide to relief.
“G Free Diet” by Elisabeth Hasselbeck, this book gives you everything you need to know to start living a gluten-free life.
“Preemie Primer” by Jennifer Gunter, M.D., this is a complete guide for parents of premature babies from birth through the toddler years and beyond.
New Audio Books on CD: “Shattered” by Karen Robards, and “Bodily Harm” by Robert Dugoni.
New CDs: “Freight Train” by Alan Jackson, “Get Off on the Pain” by Gary Allan, and “The Man I Want to Be” by Chris Young.
New DVDs: “The Karate Kid” and “Little Women.”
We are planning a Writers Workshop for February. If you are interested please call and sign up. The workshop will be led by Michael Freeland, author of “Blood River to Berlin” and “Time and the River.”
The Cadiz Record’s Library Notes feature is submitted by John. L. Street Library Director Pam Metts.