It is one way to involve the whole family in a child’s readiness to read and promote early literacy. There are numerous studies proving the beneficial effects of early literacy and reading to children before they enter school. We want to be a part of encouraging that goal and have the materials ready to get you started. Stop in and sign up today! If you have any questions please call Ms. Cheryl at 270-522-6301.
New Fiction: “Midnight Promises” by Sherryl Woods, this is a Sweet Magnolia novel. Elliott and Karen have different dreams that could threaten to tear them apart. Will their love triumph against all odds?
“Welcome to Butternut Creek” by Jane Myers Perrine, this is a two in one novel. When the new minister comes to town Miss Birdie and her friend Mercedes take it upon themselves to educate him on how things are done and to find him a wife.
“Empire and Honor” by W.E.B Griffin and William E. Butterworth IV, this is an Honor Bound novel. The Germans and Japanese have surrendered and the US should be packing up. But in the American Zone a young counterintelligence agent pursues an unusual assignment.
“Political Suicide” by Michael Palmer, this thriller is set at the crossroads of politics, the military and medical science. A massive cover-up has gone awry and a prominent physician is accused of murder. Uncovering the truth could put the entire country at risk.
“Shadow Creek” by Joy Fielding, the story of survival. Val is on a camping trip when her teenage daughter goes missing. She soon learns an elderly couple was found slaughtered in the same woods. What must she do to survive?
New Christian Fiction: “The Lesson” by Suzanne Woods Fisher, this is book three in the Stoney Ridge Seasons series. When a mysterious young man shows up, Mary Kate is determined to get to the bottom of his mystery. Will she find more than she bargained for?
“Rare Earth” by Davis Bunn, this is a Marc Royce novel. Marc’s assignment focuses on the reserves of scarce metals vital to high-tech industries found in the Horn of Africa. He must help form a partnership between African villagers and Tel Aviv Co.
New Large Print: “A Plain & Simple Heart” by Lori Copeland, this is the second book in the Amish in Apple Grove series. Rebecca is surprised to hear that cowboy Jesse Montgomery is in Apple Grove. He stole her heart years earlier.
“Love’s First Bloom” by Delia Parr, this story of life changing experiences. Ruth must change her identity to Widow Malloy but the secrets she keeps may stand between her and Jake a handsome gardener.
New Non-fiction: “Portrait of a Monster” Lisa Pulitzer and Cole Thompson, this is the story of a murder in Peru and the Natalee Holloway mystery.
“The Easy Organizer” by Marilyn Bohn, this book has 365 tips for conquering clutter.
“Amazing Body Facts and Trivia” by Jack Challoner, this is an illustrated treasury of facts and trivia about the human body.
“The Ultimate Super Bowl Book” by Bob McGinn, this is a complete reference to the stats, stars and the stories about the biggest football game each year.
“Fit It & Freeze It Heat It & Eat It” edited by Southern Living, a quick cook guide to over 200 make ahead dishes.
“Houses of the Presidents” by Hugh Howard, this is a collection of photographs of childhood homes, family dwellings, private escapes, and grand estates.
New Biography: “Life is a Gift: The Zen of Bennet” by Tony Bennett, this is a moving and inspiring memoir from one of the greatest musical artists of all time.
New Audio Books: “Tiger’s Claw” by Dale Brown, “The Light Between Oceans” by M.L. Stedman, and “Don’t Know Much About American President’s” by Kenneth C. Davis.
New CDs: “The Lion, the Beast, the Beat” by Grace Potter & The Nocturnals, and “Little Broken Hearts” by Norah Jones.
New DVDs: “One Day,” “Girl with a Pearl Earring,” and “Ice Age: Continental Drift.”
New TV Season: “How I Met Your Mother” first season.
The library will be closed Monday, Jan. 21, for the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday. Computer Class: Basic Email, Monday, Jan. 28, at 10 a.m. Call to sign up.
New Display: In the display case this month is an amazing collection of pictures, teapots and more. This unique collection belongs to Jody Bryan. Stop by and see it. Happy Reading!
The Cadiz Record’s Library Notes feature is submitted by John L. Street Library Director Pam Metts.