New materials available at John L. Street Library
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“Something told the Wild Geese

It was time to go

Though the field’s lay golden

Something whispered SNOW” by Rachel Field

I know I use this poem every year, but it’s one of my favorites…

If the wild geese heard Books instead of Snow they would be flocking to the library. Miss Kim and other staff members have done some very special decorating, to make the library look even more special.

Last week I did Westerns and Christmas …this week Mysteries and Christmas.

“Pam’s Picks” and just a little different, a Children’s book…“Dewey’s Christmas at the Library.” For those of you not familiar with Dewey… this book is based on a true story. An abandoned kitten was found stuffed in the returned book slot on a very cold night. This small town Library Cat has become famous in Libraries all over the world. It makes a very touching Christmas story.

Christmas Books:

“Christmas Eve at Friday Harbor” by Lisa Kleypas.

“On Christmas Eve” by Thomas Kindade, and Katherine Spencer, this is a Cape Light novel.

“Holiday Magic” by Fern Michaels, this is a collection of four short stories, in large type.

“Fix it and Forget it Christmas Cookbook” by Phyllis Good, this cookbook has over 600 slow cooker Holiday recipes.

And Pam’s other picks, Christmas Mystery combined…

“Christmas Odyssey” by Anne Perry.

“Christmas Mourning” by Margaret Maron.

Mystery favorites:

“A Nose for Justice” by Rita Mae Brown, this is a dachshund named Baxter mystery.

“Ghost in Trouble” by Carolyn Hart, this is a Bailey Ruth story.

“Crossfire” by Dick & Felix Francis, this is a Horses and Homicide mystery.

“Coming Back” by Marcia Muller, this is a Sharon McCone mystery.

We Wish Everyone a Merry Christmas and Merry Mystery!

New Audio Books on CD: “This Time Together” by Carol Burnett, and “That Perfect Someone” by Johanna Lindsey.

New CDs: “Christmas Favorites” by Bing Crosby, “Mary Did You Know?” and “All Time Christmas Favorites.”

New DVDs: “The Road to Christmas” and “Mrs. Miracle.”

Holiday Closings: The library will be closed Friday and Saturday, Dec. 24 and 25 for the Christmas Holidays. The library will be closed Friday and Saturday, Dec. 31 and Jan. 1 for the New Year’s Holidays.

Book Signing and Talk: Michael Freeland will be here Saturday, Dec. 18, from 10 a.m. until 12 noon. Mr. Freeland has written a new book, “Time and the River” this is a memoir. Mr. Freeland’s first book was “Blood River to Berlin.” He will have both books on sale for $25 each.

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