New materials available at John L. Street Library this week
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“You keepin going your way.

I’ll keep going my way.

River stay away from my door.” River Stay Away from my Door, words by Mort Dixon, music by Harry Woods, Kate Smith with Guy Lombard, artists: Fiona Apple, Charlie Rich, and Frank Sinatra. I hope the rivers stayed away from your door.

I am going to do something a little different in my column this week. I decided to feature Non-fiction books! We have so many great Non-fiction books to read and lots of them go un-noticed. Don’t sigh, I’ll include some great fiction also.

New Fiction: “Night Road” by Kristin Hannah, the story of a mother who life has come down to a series of choices hold on, let go, forget, and forgive. Which road will you take? “West of Here” by Jonathan Evison, this story chronicles the life of one small town, connecting lives and centuries.

New Non-fiction: “Sew Charming” by Cath Derksema, this book has 40 simple sewing and hand printing projects for your family and your home.

“The Style Strategy” by Nina Garcia, this book has a less is more approach to staying chic and shopping smart.

“Feed Your Face” by Jessica Wu, M.D., this is an easy to follow 28 day diet plan that will help you banish blemishes, wipe out wrinkles, shed unwanted pounds and generally feel better in your clothes and in your skin.

“Lessons in Loss and Living” by Michele Reiss, Ph.D. this book has the hope and guidance for confronting serious illness and grief.

“When the Hurt Runs Deep” by Kay Arthur, this book has the healing and hope for life’s desperate moments.

“The Good Divorce” by Raoul Felder and Barbara Victor, this is a survival guide to teach you how to walk away financially sound and emotionally happy.

“Preemie Primer” by Jennifer Guer, M.D., this is a complete guide for parents of premature babies from birth through the toddler years and beyond.

“Menopause Reset!” by Mickey Harpaz, PhD., with Robert Wolff, this is a how to book for getting your body back during and after menopause. Reverse weight gain, speed fat loss, all in three simple steps.

“Complete Idiot’s Guide to Hearing Loss” edited by William M. Luxford, M.D., learn what you can do to improve your hearing.

“Complete Idiot’s Guide to Guitar” by David Hodge, learn the basics and start playing now. This book includes an audio CD that features over an hour of practice music.

New Audio Books: “Strategic Moves” by Stuart Woods, and “Decision Points” by George W. Bush.

New CDs: “Get Closer” by Keith Urban, and “Number One Hits” by Tim McGraw.

New DVDs: “Watchmen,” and “Letters to Juliet.”

A very special thank you to the James Thomas Chapter DAR for: “American Patriots Bible.” This is the word of God with the shaping of America too. Thank you DAR for this wonderful donation to our library.

Congratulations to our bookmobile librarian Lucy! She gave birth to Abigail on Mother’s Day, May 8. What a nice present. Ms. Abigail weighted 7 lbs. and 5 ozs. and was 20 inches long. Welcome to the world Abigail.

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