New materials available at library
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April Showers

Thou April Showers May Come Your Way

They bring the flowers that bloom in May

So when it’s raining have no regrets…..

Just stop by the library we have lots of books, DVDs, CDs, magazines and audios to chase the rain clouds away. Start with “Pam’s Picks” for Fiction: “Heaven’s Fury” by Stephen Frey, a small town sheriff must confront the worst violence that man and nature can possess.

“Templar Salvation” by Raymond Khoury, this is the sequel to “The Last Templar.” Constantinople, 1203, the fourth crusade and a secret band of Templars infiltrate the imperial Library.

“Dead Zero” by Stephen Hunter, this is a thriller that plunges deep into the world of high national security.

New Non-fiction: “UFO’s” by John B. Alexander, this book has the never before told firsthand account by a government insider of his experience on the cutting edge of UFO exploration.  Alexander has the answers to the myths, conspiracies, and realities.

“Running Mad for Kentucky” edited by Ellen Eslinger, this is a frontier travel accounts of what it was like for early pioneers to migrate to the Ohio valley.

Christian Fiction: Those of you who are Lori Copeland fans, a series revisited…”Belles of Timber Creek” books 1 thru 3. “Twice Loved,” “Three Times Blessed,” and “One True Love.”

Juvenile Literature: “A is for Appalachia!” by Linda Hager Pack, this is an alphabet book of Appalachian heritage.  

New Audio Books on CD: “Cross Fire” and “Tick Tock” both by James Patterson.

New DVDs: “Furry Vengeance” and “Edge of Darkness.”

New Display: In the Display Case this month are antique bottles. Milk, cough syrup, syrup of tar, root beer, lemon & vanilla extracts, magic oil, witch hazel and many more. This unique collection of antique bottles is belongs to Richard and Jane Pauze. Stop by and check out the 5cent milk bottle.

This spring we have something for Everyone. Enjoy!

John L. Street Library is located at 244 Main St. in Cadiz and has more than 30,000 books.

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