New Fiction: “The Christmas List” by Richard Paul Evans, the story of what would happen to someone if they read their obituary in the paper before they died. James Kier, a wealthy real estate developer opens the newspaper one day to find his obituary in the paper. Is he really dead or is it a joke?
“A Wish for Christmas” by Thomas Kinkade, this is a Cape Light novel. This Christmas, the people of Cape Light reflect on their past and revel in their future. Because Christmas brings unexpected gifts that will never be forgotten.
“Knit the Season” by Kate Jacobs, this is book three in the Friday Night Knitting Club series.
Dakota Walker is going on a trip to spend the Christmas holidays with her Gran in Scotland-accompanied by her father, her grandparents, and her mother’s best friend, Catherine. Together, they share a trove of happy memories about Christmases past with Dakota’s mom.
New Large Print Books: “A Blue and Gray Christmas” by Joan Medlicott, this is a Covington Holiday novel.
“Sound of Sleigh Bells” by Cindy Woodsmall, this is a Christmas fiction, when letters unlock the secrets of two hearts.
“Lakeshore Christmas” by Susan Wiggs, this is a Lakeshore Chronicles novel.
New Audio Books: “92 Pacific Boulevard” by Debbie Macomber, “Even Money” by Dick & Felix Francis, and “206 Bones” by Kathy Reichs.
New CDs: “Classic Christmas” by George Strait, “Peace on Earth” by Casting Crowns, “A Swingin’ Christmas” by Tony Bennett, “The Ultimate Motown Christmas Collection.”
New DVDs: “Fred Claus,” “Four Christmases,” “All I Want for Christmas,” “A Charlie Brown Christmas,” and “Tom & Jerry Paws for a Holiday.”
New Display: In the display case for December we have antique ornaments. This is the collection of Jinna Bowers. These beautiful glass ornaments are very unique and a delight to see for the Christmas season.
Don’t forget to become a Fan of the Library! Do you have a Facebook account? You can become a Fan of the library on Facebook. Yes, we are on Facebook. You can see pictures of thing that are going on in the library.
Be sure to check out our Christmas in the Park display and our unique tree at the Trail of Trees at the Janice Mason Art Museum. And the wonderful Christmas decorations and displays inside the library.
The Library will be closed Dec. 24-26 for Christmas and Dec. 31-Jan 2 for the New Years Holiday.
(The Cadiz Record’s Library Notes feature is submitted by Pam Metts, director of the John L. Street Library.)