March is Women’s History Monty, “Pam’s Picks” this week is “Elizabeth and Hazel: Two Women of Little Rock” by David Margolick, this is the story of the desegregation at Little Rock High School, September 4, 1957, and the iconic photograph of that day.
New Fiction: “A Time for Patriots” by Dale Brown, “Catch Me” by Lisa Gardner, the top Boston Detective D.D. Warren is back. Each year on a certain day and at a certain time a woman is murdered. It is Warren’s job to not let that happen again.
“Home Front” by Kristin Hannah, this is an emotionally powerful story. A troubled marriage with a timely portrait of a husband and wife, in love and war.
“Copper Beach” by Jayne Ann Krentz, this is the first book in the Dark Legacy series. A rare book, an ancient code and Abby’s unusual psychic talent has made her an expert in these matters.
New Christian Fiction: “Love Blooms in Winter” by Lori Copeland, this is the first book in the Dakota Diaries. Tom did not remember an Aunt Pauline but if she is in need of a nephew he was her man. When he meets Mae he learns amazing this can happen when God is in charge of things.
New Non-fiction: “The Real Romney” by Michael Kranish, this is the story of one of the front runners for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination.
“All In” by Paula Broadwell, this is the story of General David Petraeus, it examines his career, his intellectual development as a military officer, and his impact on the U.S. military.
New Audio Books: “Catch Me” by Lisa Gardner, “Home Front” by Kristin Hannah, and “Wishbones” by Carolyn Haines.
New CDs: “Sacred Songs” by George Jones, “Today’s Gospel Favorites” by The Statler Brothers, and “Hank the Cowdog’s Greatest Hits.”
New DVDs: “Limitless,” “Crazy Stupid Love,” and “Hoodwinked Too!”
Computer Classes: Basic Email Class, March 26 at 10 a.m.; call the library at 522-6301 to sign up.
FREE TAX SERVICES: We are still taking appointments for Free Tax Service. Call the library for an appointment. Happy Reading!
The Cadiz Record’s Library Notes feature is submitted by John L. Street Library Director Pam Metts.