John L. Street Library Notes for April 17
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It’s National Library Week! I hope you will stop by the library and see everything your library has to offer! CHECK US OUT!

“Pam’s Pick” this week is: “Gotcha!” by Fern Michaels, this is the 21st book in the Sisterhood series. The Vigilantes have learned a lot since they started righting wrongs on behalf of underdogs everywhere. And in this case it is long coming. But they also learn the true meaning of loyalty, courage and the kind of friendship that can create miracles.

New Fiction: “Family Pictures” by Jane Green, this is the story of two women whose paths cross when a shocking secret is revealed. ⌘Both are left wondering who they can trust if not the ones they love.

“Leaving Everything Most Loved” by Jacqueline Winspear, this is a Maisie Dobbs novel. ⌘Maisie is lead into danger with the death of an Indian immigrant.

“Love Anthony” by Lisa Genova, this is the story of motherhood, autism, and love. Olivia did not understand her son’s short life. But when she meets Beth her entire life changes. Anthony’s unique wisdom helps them both find the courage to move on.

“Robert Ludlum’s The Utopia Experiment” by Kyle Mills, this is a Covert One novel. Dresner Industries has a device that will make personal computers and smartphones obsolete. Col. Jon Smith is assigned to assess its military potential. When he discovers how the device will change the face of warfare forever, he must make sure it stays in the right hands.

“Into the Dark” by Alison Gaylin, this is a suspense novel. Brenna has a perfect memory of her adult life. When she takes the case of a missing webcam performer she finds the woman’s memories the same as her own. Brenna’s sister disappeared several years ago. Could this be her?

New Christian Fiction: “The Icecutter’s Daughter” by Tracie Peterson, this is the first book in the Land of Shining Water series. Merrill has always enjoyed working the family business with her brothers. But when the new comer Rurik takes an interest in her, she can hardly believe that he wants to court her. Does she dare to open her heart to the possibility?

New Mystery: “Death of Yesterday” by M.C. Beaton, this is a Hamish Macbeth mystery. Hamish must investigate a crime that the only known witness is now dead.

New Large Print: “Out of the Easy” by Ruta Sepetys, Josie wants more out of life than what the French Quarter has to offer. As she plans to leave she is caught in an investigation that will challenge her allegiance to her mother. She is caught between her dream of leaving and the underworld.

“A Texan’s Choice” by Shelley Gray, this is the third book in the Heart of a Hero series. Scout Proffitt and Rosemarie both have been tormented for years by their past. Can this pair stop looking at the dark side of life and dare to dream together?

New Non-fiction: “Tennessee & Kentucky Garden Guide” by Judy Lowe, this is a guide to the best plants for your garden in the Kentucky and Tennessee area.

“From Mama’s Table to Mine” by Bobby Deen, these are everybody’s favorite comfort foods at 350 calories or less.

“Walk Your Butt Off!” by Sarah Lorge Butler, this is a 12-stage program to take you from couch potato to slim with this breakthrough walking plan.

“100 Things Wildcats Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die” by Ryan Clark and Joe Cox. ⌘These facts, traditions and achievements are sure to educate and entertain true fans.

“Bebe Day by Day” by Pamela Druckerman, this book has the 100 keys to French parenting. This book offers a mix of practical tips and guiding principles to help parents find their own way.

“Out of Order” by Sandra Day O’Connor, this is a collection of stories from the history of the Supreme Court.

New Biographies: “Lady at the O.K. Corral” by Ann Kirschner, this is the true story of Josephine Marcus Earp. Josephine lived with one of the most famous lawman of the Old West for almost fifty years. Josephine comes out of the shadows in this amazing story.

“American Turnaround” by Ed Whitacre, this is the story of how Whitacre run not one but two of America’s greatest corporations.

New Audio Books: “Empire of Honor” by W.E.B. Griffin, “Cross Roads” by Wm. Paul Young, and “Diamond in the Rough” by Diana Palmer (this one is a Playaway).

New CDs: “Hunter Hayes,” and “Red” by Taylor Swift.

New DVDs: “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn” part 2, “The Odd Life of Timothy Green,” and “Leslie Sansone’s Belly Blasting Walk.”

New TV Season: “Grey’s Anatomy” season 2.

New Display: This month the display case has wonderful figures by Norman Rockwell, Red Skelton, Frances Hooks-Four Seasons, and adorable Country Cousins. This is the collection of Marie Hall. Stop by and see them.

Computer Class: Advanced Email Class will be on, Monday, April 22, at 10 a.m. Call to sign up.

Book Signings: Tausha Wadlington Ware will be here on Saturday, April 20, from 9 a.m. – 12 noon in the basement of the library to sign her book, “Money Slave.” This is self-help to help you get out of debt. She is a native Trigg Countian. Happy Reading!

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