John L. Street Library Notes for February 26
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Lego Night is tomorrow night!! We are all very excited!! You can still register for a fun night of Legos, food, prizes and FUN!!

“Pam’s Pick” this week is “Still Life with Break Crumbs” by Anna Quindlen, this is a deeply moving and funny story of unexpected love. Rebecca Winter, discovers that life is a story with many levels, a story that is longer and more exciting than she ever imagined.

New Fiction: “The Pagan Lord” by Bernard Cornwell, this is a historical fiction. Set in tenth century, England. Alfred the Great is dead and Edward his son reigns as king. Loyalties will be divided and men will fall, as every Saxon kingdom is drawn into the bloodiest battle yet with the Danes. A war will decide the fate of every king, and the entire English nation.

“Sinister” by Lisa Jackson, this is a riveting novel of family secrets, obsession, and murder. Twenty years after a fire ravaged the Dillinger family’s homestead, the killer is back at it again. Only this time he wants no survivors.

“Killer” by Jonathan Kellerman, this is an Alex Delaware novel. Alex is more than a master detective, he’s the target as he is snared in a toxic web.

“Twist” by John Lutz, this is the story of the hunter becoming the prey. Ex-cop Frank Quinn’s niece is being stalked. Quinn must set the perfect trap, all he needs is the perfect bait.

“The Wedding Planners of Butternut Creek” by Jane Myers Perrine, this is book three in the Widows of Butternut Creek series. The widows are up to their matchmaking again. Not only have they found the perfect match for Pastor Adam but his sister too.

“The Kept” by James Scott, this is a deeply moving novel. Midwife Elspeth Howell returns to her isolated farm and finds her husband and all but one of her five children, her son Caleb, murdered. As mother and son track down those responsible, young Caleb is faced with understanding his mother’s crimes and ultimately forgiving her. As they close in on their quarry, the weather escalates into a fierce snowstorm, and they must battle ice and frigid temperatures as well as hired murderers.

New Christian Fiction: “No One to Trust” by Lynette Eason, this is the first book in the Hidden Identity series. Waking up one morning to discover her husband missing and three men in her home intent on finding him, Summer Abernathy learns that her husband was not the man he claimed to be. She is soon led into a world of organized crime in search of answers.

“Where Courage Calls” by Janette Oke, this is the seventh book in the Canadian West series. New schoolteacher Beth Thatcher is assigned a post in a remote mining community in Western Canada. There her courage and her heart will be tested in unexpected ways.

New Biography: “Nicholson” by Marc Eliot, this is the story of Jack Nicholson. It is both a comprehensive tribute to a film legend and an entertaining look at a truly remarkable life.

New Non-fiction: “Fixing Your Computer” by Paul McFedries, this is a beginner’s guide to maintaining and repairing your computer.

“Coming to Carry Me Home” by J. Michael Martinez, this is the history of the politics surrounding U. S. race relations during the half century between the rise of the abolitionist movement in the 1830s and the dawn of the Jim Crow era in the 1880s.

“Called to be Free” by Time Magazine, this is the story of how the Civil Rights Movement created a new nation.

“The Burglary” by Betty Medsger, this is the never before told story of the break-in at the FBI office in Media, Pennsylvania, in 1971.

“Hypertension and You” by Samuel J. Mann, M.D., this book offers information on old and new drugs, with advice on minimizing the side effects of the drugs.

“Complete Cat Care” from DK Publishing, this book will help you keep your cat healthy and happy.

“Your Life Calling” by Jane Pauley, this is a fresh look at ideas that have been simmering since baby boomers first entered midlife with a different perspective on the future than any other generation.

“Lift Every Voice” by Burton W. Peretti, this is the history of African American music.

“Who Discovered America?” by Gavin Menzies, this is a groundbreaking book that upends our understanding of Ancient America.

New Audio Books: “Killer” by Jonathan Kellerman, “Robert B. Parker’s Bull River” by Robert Knott, and “The Fault in Our Stars” by John Green.

New CDs: “The Civil Wars,” and “Feels Like Home” by Sheryl Crow.

New DVDs: “The Spectacular Now,” “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2,” and “Singin’ in the Rain.”

New TV Season: “Prison Break” season 2.

KYNECT: Krista from Pennyrile Allied Community Services will be here Saturday, March 15, from 9 a.m. – 12 noon to help sign people up for KYNECT.

TAX SERVICE: The RSVP are here every Tuesday and Thursday, until April 15, to fill your taxes. You will need to call for an appointment 270-522-6301.

CAREGIVER’S SUPPORT GROUP: We will be starting a Caregiver’s Support Group, the fourth Tuesday each month at 12 noon in the board room of the library. This group is open to anyone who is a care giver. Happy Reading!

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