John L. Street Library Notes for Wednesday, June 27
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Wow! June has been a busy month. We had a wonderful Book Fair. Next up Summer Reading! If you didn’t stop by the Book Fair to get signed up just ask at the front desk.

Ms. Cheryl has Summer Reading fun planned for all ages. Starting July 11 and every Wednesday through Aug. 1 will be Summer Reading for 2 – 12 year olds. July 27 will be Middle School Summer Reading. And so the adults will not be left out on Saturday, July 28 will be the Adult Summer Reading. So stop by and get signed up!

New Fiction: “Roan” by Jennifer Blake, this is a Louisiana Gentleman novel. Sheriff Roan Benedict comes from a family of hardheaded men. Now he’s falling for a hard headed woman who may or may not have committed a robbery.

“Come Home” by Lisa Scottoline, the story of a mother who sacrifices her future for a child from her past. Jill had just gotten her and her daughter’s lives back on track, when her ex-step daughter shows up and tells her the her ex-husband has been murdered.

“Capitol Murder” by Philip Margolin, this is a suspense thriller. P.I. Dana Cutler and Attorney Brad Miller work together to see that justice is done. Now a convicted serial killer has escaped and is planning attacks somewhere in the U.S. Can they find and stop him?

“Dorchester Terrace” by Anne Perry, this is a Charlotte and Thomas Pitt novel. This is a haunting story of love and treason in the secret places of Britain’s power.

New Christian Fiction: “Half-Stitched Amish Quilting Club” by Wanda Brunstetter, this is the story of a mismatched bunch who takes Emma’s class. Joining the club are a troubled young woman, a struggling couple, a widower, a rough and tough biker, and a preacher’s wife make up the mismatched lot. But as their problems begin to bind them together like the scraps of fabric stitched together in a quilt, they learn to open up and lend a helping hand.

New Biography: “Man Without a Face: the Unlikely rise of Vladimir” by Masha Gessen, is the chilling account of how a KGB operative ascended to the Russian presidency and in a short time destroyed years of progress and made his country once more a threat to her own people and to the world.

“Hitler” by A.N. Wilson, this is a masterful account of Adolf Hiltler’s life.

New Non-fiction: “Use Your Brain to Change Your Age” by Daniel Amen, M.D., this is the secrets to look, feel, and think younger every day.

New Audio Books: “The Hunter” by John Lescroat, “The Fiddler” by Beverly Lewis, and “Cream Puff Murder” by Joanne Fluke, “11th Hour” by James Patterson, “Plum Pudding Murder” by Joanne Fluke, and “D.C. Dead” by Stuart Woods.

New CDs: “All or Nothing” by Jaysean, “Soul 2” by Seal, “The Definitive Collection” by Lionel Richie, and “L.A. Woman” (40th Anniversary edition) by The Doors.

New DVDs: “Everything Must Go,” “Driving Miss Daisy,” “Tristan & Isolde,” “The Vow,” “Blue Valley Songbird,” “No Name on the Bullet,” “Caillou Pretends to Be,” and “The Lion King.”

New TV Seasons: “Downton Abbey: Season 1,” “Downton Abbey: Season 2,” and “Smallville: Season 1.”

New Display: In the display case this month are Noise Makers from Around the World. This unique and wonderful display is the collection of Sonya Mahler. There are all kinds of noisemakers several we have never seen.

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