Dear Friends and Book Lovers,
I’ve decided to start off each newsletter with our hours of operation, just so you know: Saturday, January 18, we will be open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Annex Building in the library’s large parking lot.
Collectors Corner:
As always, I have many old books to tell you about:
• THE DECLINE AND FALL OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE by Edward Gibbon in a 3-volume Modern Library edition ($6 for the set of 3 volumes)
• IVANHOE by Sir Walter Scott (1899, $2)
• THE NEW HARMONY MOVEMENT by George Lockwood (1905, $3)
• DAVID COPPERFIELD by Charles Dickens (1910, $2)
• THE MERCHANT OF VENICE by Shakespeare (1911, $2)
• THE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES by Emerson Fite (1916, $2.50)
• NURSING IN THE HOME by Lee H. Smith, M.D. (1919, $2)
• UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE YEARBOOKS 1921 & 1922 ($2 each)
• INDIANA: A PROGRESSIVE COMMONWEALTH by J. F. Thornton (1925, $2)
• THE PHILOSOPHY OF SPINOZA (1927, $2)
• THE EDGE OF THE UNKNOWN by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1930, $2)
• CHILDREN’S LITERATURE by Charles M. Curry & Erle E. Clippinger (1932, $2)
• LIVES OF ILLUSTRIOUS MEN by Plutarch (pre-1937, $2)
• THE DEPUTY SHERIFF OF COMMANCHE COUNTY by Edgar Rice Burroughs (1940, $2)
• PIANO SERENADES by Frankie Carle (1941 sheet music, $2)
• TYPEE by Herman Melville (1943, $2)
• THE RED RIGHT HAND, an old Pocket Book mystery by Joel Townsley Rogers (1946, $2.50)
• SI LE GRAIN NE MEURT (If the Grain Doesn’t Die) by Andre Gide (1946, $2)
• ERNEST THOMPSON SETON’S AMERICA, edited by Farida Wiley (1954, $2)
• MORE FUN WITH OUR FRIENDS by Rev. John McDowell (1963, $2)
• QUIET THOUGHTS by Paul McElroy (1964, $2)
• MOTHER’S ENCYCLOPEDIA, edited by Naomi Kanof and Mollie Smart (1965, $2)
• THE SEXUAL SIDE OF LOVE by Maureen Green (1972, $2)
• BLACKBERRY WINTER by Margaret Mead (1972, $2)
• THE LORD PETER WIMSEY COOKBOOK by Elizabeth Ryan & William Eakins (1981, $2)
Next, we have a stack of very nice autographed books:
• THE RED PYRAMID by Rick Riordan (2010, $4)
• SANTA’S LOST REINDEER by Nancy Claus with pictures by Steve Ferchaud (2009, $3)
• THE LITTLE GIRL WHO GREW UP TO BE GOVERNOR: STORIES FROM THE LIFE OF MARTHA LANE COLLINS by Frances Smith with pictures by Pip Pullen (signed by Governor Collins as well as the author, 1991, $5)
• NAYA NUKI: GIRL WHO RAN by Kenneth Thomasma (1993, $3)
• STRANGER IN THE WOODS: A PHOTOGRAPHIC FANTASY by Carl Sams II and Jean Stoick (2000, $3)
• ULTIMA THULE, a book of poetry by Davis McCombs (2000, $3.50)
• HOME by Harlan Coben (2016, $3)
• GLORIOUS APPEARING by Tim LaHaye and Jerry Jenkins (2004, $3)
• THE IDENTICALS by Elin Hilderbrand (2017, $3)
• ELEVENTH HOUR by Catherine Coulter (2002, $3)
• THE ORPHAN MASTER’S SON by Adam Johnson (2012, $5)
• LOVE, LIES & HOCUS POCUS: BEGINNINGS by Lydia Sherrer (2106, $3)
• LEAVING ANNALISE by Pamela Hutchins (2013, $3)
• ISLAND OF A THOUSAND MIRRORS by Nayomi Munaweera (2012, $4)
• THE GIRLS IN THE GARDEN by Lisa Jewell (2015, $3)
• HOW DID BACK THEN BECOME RIGHT NOW by Terry Cummins (2006, $3)
• THE LADY & SONS, TOO by Paula Deen (2000, $2)
• SPILVILLE by Patricia Hampl with engravings by Steven Sorman (1987, $5)
• MY LOSING SEASON by Pat Conroy (2002, $3.50)
• PALESTINE: PEACE, NOT APARTHEID by Jimmy Carter (2006, $4)
• MARY’S WORLD: LOVE, WAR AND FAMILY TIES IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY CHARLESTON by Richard Cote (2003, $3)
• WORK HARD, STUDY AND KEEP OUT OF POLITICS: ADVENTURES AND LESSONS FROM AN UNEXPECTED PUBLIC LIFE by James A. Baker III (2006, $4)
• McKINLEY, MURDER AND THE PAN-AMERICAN EXPOSITION: A HISTORY OF THE PRESIDENTIAL ASSASSINATION, SEPTEMBER 6, 1901 by Roger Pickenpaugh (2016, $5)
• BACKYARD WEATHER FOLKLORE: 1600 EASY WAYS TO PREDICT THE WEATHER by John Belski (2011, $3)
• KEEPING FIRST THINGS FIRST by John Gile (1990, $3)
• PEACE AT THE CENTER: POWERFUL ESSAYS ABOUT LIVING by Kentucky author David Dick (1994, $3)
• RESOURCES FOR EDUCATING ARTISTICALLY TALENTED STUDENTS by Gilbert Clark and Enid Zimmerman (1987, $3)
• THE MUTUAL FUND WEALTH BUILDER: A PROFIT-BUILDING GUIDE FOR THE SAVVY MUTUAL FUND INVESTOR by Dick Fabian (2001, $3)
• REENGINEERING THE CORPORATION: A MANIFESTO FOR BUSINESS REVOLUTION by Michael Hammer & James Champy (1993, $3)
• MONEY FOLLOWS EXCELLENCE by Bill Lamb (2012, $6)
• REFRIGERATOR RIGHTS: CREATING CONNECTIONS AND RESTORING RELATIONSHIPS by Dr. Will Miller (2002, $3)
• DEAR FATHER, DEAR SON: TWO LIVES, EIGHT HOURS by Larry Elder (2012, $15)
• THE BAPTIST HEALTH CARE JOURNEY TO EXCELLENCE by Al Stubblefield (2005, $4)
• PLAINVERSE FOR PEOPLE WHO CAN’T STAND OBSCURE POETRY by Rachael Beck (1991, $3)
• THE TRUTH & OTHER LIES: LIFE FROM A DIFFERENT ANGLE by Ralph Hood (1997, $3)
• MICROBRANDING: BUILD A POWERFUL PERSONAL BRAND & BEAT YOUR COMPETITION by Scott Gross (2001, $3)
• TRANSFORMING HEALTHCARE ORGANIZATIONS by Ellen Marszalek-Gaucher and Richard Coffey (1990, $3)
• THE TROUBLE IS NOT IN YOUR SET: A WORLD OF TELEVISION by Mary Ann Kelly (1990, $3)
On the Special Sale Table:
It’s time for our annual Science Fiction, Fantasy & New Age Book Sale!  We have many books based on the Star Trek & Star Wars stories as well as books like THE KLINGON WAY: A WARRIOR’S GUIDE in English AND Klingon by Marc Okrand; THE KLINGON DICTIONARY, also by Mr. Okrand; WHY YOU SHOULD NEVER BEAM DOWN IN A RED SHIRT AND 749 MORE ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS ABOUT STAR TREK by Robert Bly; and if you read German, TREKKIE MANIA: DAS ULTIMATIVE LOGBUCH FUR STAR-TREK-FANS by Jeffrey Edelman.  Although we don’t have any books by Tolkien, we do have a delightful graphic novel based on Ralph Bakshi’s film of THE LORD OF THE RINGS.  Other books in our display are Ursula K. Le Guin’s classic, THE LEFT HAND OF DARKNESS; THE WORLDS OF ROBERT HEINLEIN, featuring some of his greatest stories; a rare fantasy by John Jakes, WITCH OF THE DARK GATE; and a wonderful book about magicians and love, THE NIGHT CIRCUS by Erin Morgenstern.  Of course, there is much, much more.  Come and browse and find some treasures for science fiction, fantasy and new age genre fans.
Puzzles!
• RUST IN PIECE with art by Kevin Daniel (1,000 pieces, but missing one piece, only $1)
• HARBOR EVENING, 1,000 larger pieces, $2
Choice Selections Fiction:
• THE PRESIDENT IS MISSING by James Patterson & Bill Clinton
• SNAP by Belinda Bauer
• THE ACCOMPLICE by Joseph Kanon
• MAN’S 4TH BEST HOSPITAL by Samuel Shem
Choice Selections Non-Fiction:
• THE BOOK OF USELESS INFORMATION and THE BOOK OF UNUSUAL KNOWLEDGE from Publications International
• THE CRIMES OF DR. WATSON: AN INTERACTIVE SHERLOCK HOLMES MYSTERY, edited by Duane Swierczynski
• THE TRUTHS WE HOLD: AN AMERICAN JOURNEY by Kamala Harris
• THE MUELLER REPORT from the Washington Post
Animals & Pets:
• THE BASIC BEEKEEPING & HONEY BOOK by Louise Hanson & Lily Davis
• STOREY’S BARN GUIDE TO SHEEP, edited by Deborah Burns
• RAISING SHEEP THE MODERN WAY by Paula Simmons
• FARM ANIMALS: YOUR GUIDE TO RAISING LIVESTOCK by Jeanie Peck-Whiting
• THE NEW RABBIT HANDBOOK by Lucia Vriends
• DWARF RABBITS by Gunther Flauaus
• INSECTS: WORLD OF MINIATURE BEAUTY from Orbis Books
• Four cookie cutters for making doggie treats, just 25 cents!
Automobiles:
• WHOLE CAR CATALOG from the editors of Consumers Guide
Biography:
• MY SONG by Harry Belafonte
• JOHNNY CASH: THE LIFE by Robert Hilburn
• EDWARD I by Michael Prestwich
• LETTERMAN: THE LAST GIANT OF LATE NIGHT by Jason Zinoman
• LINDBERGH and WILSON by A. Scott Berg
• I, RIGOBERTA MENCHU: AN INDIAN WOMAN IN GUATEMALA, the autobiography by the winner of the Nobel Peace Prize
• BORN STANDING UP by Steve Martin
• NIXON AND KISSINGER: PARTNERS IN POWER by Robert Dallek
• TWELVE YEARS A SLAVE by Solomon Northup
• PRAIRIE TALE: A MEMOIR by Melissa Gilbert
• HERE’S MY STORY by Maureen McCormick
• HILLBILLY ELEGY: A MEMOIR OF A FAMILY AND CULTURE IN CRISIS by J. D. Vance
• WILLIAM & CATHERINE: THEIR STORY by Andrew Morton
Christian Fiction:
• THE INHERITANCE by Michael Phillips
Classics:
• CATCHER IN THE RYE by J. D. Salinger
• DELTA WEDDING by Eudora Welty
• THE AIR-CONDITIONED NIGHTMARE by Henry Miller
• THE COMPLETE STORIES by Flannery O’Connor
• BREWSTER’S MILLIONS by George Barr McCutcheon
• PICNIC AT HANGING ROCK by Joan Lindsay
Cookbooks:
• THE PALEO PRIMER with over 100 recipes, by Keris Marsden & Matt Whitmore
• WEEKNIGHTS WITH GIADA by Giada De Laurentiis
• WHITE HOUSE COOK BOOK by Hugo Ziemann (White House steward under Grover Cleveland and F. L. Gillette
Crafts, Hobbies & Collectibles:
• FLOWER DRYING WITH A MICRCOWAVE by Titia Joosten
• LIONEL: A COLLECTOR’S GUIDE AND HISTORY by Tom McComas & James Tuohy
• THE WORLD GUIDE TO MODEL TRAINS, compiled by Peter McHoy
Fiction:
• SONGS OF THE HUMPBACK WHALE and THE STORYTELLER by Jodi Picoult
• THE LIGHT IN THE RUINS by Chris Bohjalian
• THE OXFORD BOOK OF CARIBBEAN SHORT STORIES, edited by Stewart Brown & John Wickham
• THE TIGER’S WIFE by Tea Obreht
• ORYX AND CRAKE by Margaret Atwood
• ELIZABETH I by Margaret George
• THE QUEEN’S FOOL by Philippa Gregory
Gardening:
• THE BEST-EVER GARDEN BOOK BOX with 10 booklets on a variety of useful subjects such as annuals, perennials, pruning and more by experts Richard Bird, Jackie Matthews and Andrew Mikolajski, all in a sturdy slipcase for only $3!
• GARDENING WEEKENDS: STRATEGIES FOR BUSY GARDENERS from Better Homes & Gardens
• OUTDOOR WATER FEATURES: 16 EASY-TO-BUILD PROJECTS FOR YOUR YARD & GARDEN by Alan & Gill Bridgewater
• THE GARDEN PROBLEM SOLVER from Reader’s Digest
• LASAGNA GARDENING: A NEW LAYERING SYSTEM FOR BOUNTIFUL GARDENS by Patricia Lanza
• THE DECORATED GARDEN ROOM by Tessa Evelegh
• THE CITY GARDEN: DESIGNING & CREATING OUTDOOR LIVING SPACE by Susan Berry
History:
• THE ROAD TO ARNHEIM: A SCREAMING EAGLE IN HOLLAND by Donald Burgett
• A LITTLE HISTORY OF THE WORLD by E. H. Gombrich
• PEOPLES AND EMPIRES: A SHORT HISTORY OF EUROPEAN MIGRATION, MIGRATION, EXPLORATION AND CONQUEST FROM GREECE TO THE PRESENT by Anthony Pagden
• THE BUTLER: A WITNESS TO HISTORY by Will Haygood
• MIRACLE AT MIDWAY by Gordon Prange
• THE NORTHWEST PASSAGE by Brenan Lehane
• TRAINS AROUND THE WORLD from Octopus Books
• AVIATION: THE PIONEER YEARS, edited by Ben Mackworth-Praed
• THE TRAINS WE RODE by Lucius Beebe & Charles Clegg
• THE TRUE AMERICAN: MURDER AND MERCY IN TEXAS by Anand Giridharadas
• THE INTELLECTUAL DEVOTIONAL: AMERICAN HISTORY by David Kidder & Noah Oppenheim
• THE HISTORY OF NORTH AMERICAN STEAM by Christopher Chant
• SUCH TROOPS AS THESE: THE GENIUS AND LEADERSHIP OF CONFEDERATE GENERAL STONEWALL JACKSON by Bevin Alexander
• THE PECULIAR INSTITUTION by Kenneth Stampp
• THE TREASURES OF TUTANKHAMUN, 25 cent full-color pamphlet from the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Horror:
• Many books in the Sookie Stackhouse series by Charlaine Harris
Large Print Mystery:
• BODY WORK by Sara Paretsky
Movies:
• THE DISNEY FILMS by Leonard Maltin
• PEARL HARBOR: THE MOVIE AND THE MOMENT, edited by Linda Sunshine
Mystery:
• Many by the popular master writer, Lee Child: BAD LUCK AND TROUBLE, WITHOUT FAIL, PERSONAL, THE MIDNIGHT LINE, PAST TENSE, PERSUADER, THE AFFAIR, TRIPWIRE and A WANTED MAN
• FATHER BROWN OF THE CHURCH OF ROME, selected mysteries by G. K. Chesterton
• Ten cozies: THE CHOCOLATE MOOSE MOTIVE by Jo Anna Carl, RED DELICIOUS DEATH by Sheila Connolly, DECAFFEINATED CORPSE by Cleo Coyle, QUILT OR INNOCENCE by Elizabeth Craig, DRIZZLED WITH DEATH, a Sugar Grove mystery by Jessie Crockett, HOLY GUACAMOLE, a culinary mystery with recipes by Nancy Fairbanks, FRAMED IN LACE and HANGING BY A THREAD by Monica Ferris, BOWLED OVER, a vintage kitchen mystery by Victoria Hamiliton and A MEAL TO DIE FOR by Joseph Gannascoli
New & Notable:
• SONGBIRDS, a set of 20 notecards in beautiful box, just $1, a beautiful gift
• THE OLD FARMER’S 2014 ALMANAC
• BRAIN GAMES PICTURE PUZZLES from Publications International
• KICK BACK AND COLOR: ANIMALS
• TAYLOR SWIFT, a Collector’s Edition from Us
Philosophy:
• BUDDHISM WITHOUT BELIEFS by Stephen Batchelor
• Several magazines on Buddhism
Photography:
• CLASSIC FACES with commentary by John Loengard
Poetry:
• BLAKE’S POETRY AND DESIGNS, edited by Mary Johnson & John Grant
Religion:
• TURN MY MOURNING INTO DANCING: FINDING HOPE IN HARD TIMES by Henri Nouwen
• GIFTS OF THE SPIRIT: LIVING THE WISDOM OF THE GREAT RELIGIOUS TRADITIONS by Philip Zalenski & Paul Kaufman
• JESUS OF NAZARETH by Frances Lincoln with the National Gallery of Art, Washington
Sports Exercise:
• BIKRAM’S BEGINNING YOGA CLASS by Bikram Choudhury
• THE GREAT BALLOON FESTIVAL: A SEASON OF HOT AIR BALLOON MEETS ACROSS AMERICA by Joe Nigg
• THE GREAT AMERICAN BALLOON BOOK: AN INTRODUCTION TO HOT AIR BALLOONING by Bob Waligunda and Larry Sheehan
• BALLOONING: THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO RIDING THE WINDS by Dick Wirth & Jerry Young
Television:
• THE GREAT TELEVISION SERIES, from Hopalong Cassidy to All in the Family, by Jeff Rovin
Westerns & American Indians:
• PEOPLE OF THE SEA, PEOPLE OF THE LAKES, THE VISITANT and THE SUMMONING GOD by Kathleen & Michael Gear
• HOW TO TAKE PART IN LAKOTA CEREMONIES by William Stolzman
• RIDING FOR THE BRAND by Louis L’Amour
• THE REBELS by Elmer Kelton
Audio Books on CD:
• DADDY’S GONE A HUNTING by Mary Higgins Clark
Music CDs:
• DREAMGIRLS with Jennifer Hudson
DVD:
• ALFRED HITCHCOCK: THE LEGEND BEGINS with 20 thrilling shows
• SPIDER-MAN 2 with Tobey Maguire
• SAHARA with Matthew McConaughey
FOR THE CHILDREN
Children’s DVD:
• THE OUTSIDERS with Matt Dillon
• CATS & DOGS with Jeff Goldblum
• TARZAN & JANE from Disney
Comic Books:
• THE ULTIMATE COMICS: SPIDER-MAN by Brian Bendis
• DC COMICS LEGO SUPER HEROES: SPACE JUSTICE by Trey King
Graphic Novels:
• DRAMA by Raina Telgemeier
• LEGO STAR WARS: THE PADAWAN MENACE, adapted by Ace Landers
Board Books for Little Ones:
• PAT THE BUNNY, the classic by Dorothy Kunhardt
• LEGO STAR WARS SAVE THE GALAXY by Ace Landers
Hardback Picture Books:
• READ TO ME GRANDMA and READ TO ME, GRANDPA: STORIES, RHYMES AND SONGS TO ENJOY TOGETHER, compiled by Caroline Repchuk
• LOOK AND FIND: TINKER BELL from Disney
• CARS AND TRUCKS AND THINGS THAT GO by Richard Scarry
• WINNIE THE POOH: NATURE’S TRUE COLORS by Emily Hutta
• GOBBLE, GROWL, GRUNT by Peter Spier
• STAR WARS THE CLONE WARS: THE BATTLE BEGINS, adapted by Rob Valois
• STAR WARS THE CLONE WARS: EPIC BATTLES and STAR WARS EPISODE 1: THE PHANTOM MENACE from Scholastic (both come with 3-D glasses)
Paperback Picture Books:
• LEGO STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS by Elizabeth Schaefer
• WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE by Maurice Sendak
• GOOD NIGHT, GOOD NIGHT, CONSTRUCTION SITE by Sherri Rinker with pictures by Tom Lichtenheld
• BEDTIME FOR LITTLE BEAR from Igloo Books
Series Books:
• CAPTAIN UNDERPANTS AND THE PERILOUS PLOT OF PROFESSOR POOPYPANTS by Dav Pilkey
• NANCY CLANCY, SUPER SLEUTH by Jane O’Connor
• THE MAGIC SCHOOL BUS BLASTS OFF INTO SPACE by Kristin Earhart
Intermediate Fiction:
• LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PRAIRIE by Laura Ingalls Wilder, a special Read-Aloud Edition
• FROM SEA TO SHINING SEA: A TREASURY OF AMERICAN FOLKLORE AND FOLK SONGS, compiled by Amy Cohn
• THE BOOK OF VIRTUES FOR YOUNG PEOPLE: A TREASURY OF GREAT MORAL STORIES, compiled by William Bennett
• THE HONEY JAR, a collection of Maya folk tales by Nobel Peace Prize winner Rigoberta Menchu, with pictures by Domi
• MY FUN WITH LEARNING: GREAT STORIES FROM WORLD LITERATURE from Southwestern
• EMPEROR PICKLETINE: AN ORIGAMI YODA BOOK by Tom Angleberger
• LEGO STAR WARS: THE YODA CHRONICLES TRILOGY adapted by Ace Landers
• STAR WARS EPISODE 1: ANAKIN SKYWALKER by Todd Strasser
Non-Fiction:
• LEGO STAR WARS CHARACTER ENCYCLOPEDIA by Hannah Dolan
• MORE BEST OF MAD LIBS by Roger Price & Leonard Stern
• THE BIG BUG SEARCH by Caroline Young
• A CHILD’S INTRODUCTION TO THE ENVIRONMENT by Michael & Dennis Driscoll
• EYEWITNESS: CAT by Juliet Clutton-Brock
• GUIDE FOR HORSE LOONIES by Erika Hakkinnen & Tina Jantti
• PONY PALS COOKBOOK by Randi Hacker
• HOW KITTENS GROW by Millicent Selsam
• GROWING UP IN ANCIENT CHINA by Ken Teague
• MAGELLAN & THE EXPLORATION OF SOUTH AMERICA by Colin Hynson
• STAR WARS: MYSTERIES OF THE JEDI by Elizabeth Dowsett and Shari Last
• POKEMON OFFICIAL GUIDE TO LEGENDARY AND MYTHICAL POKEMON by Simcha Whitehall
• WE FOUGHT BACK: TEEN RESISTERS OF THE HOLOCAUST and WORLD WAR II HEROES by Allan Zullo
Classics:
• FIND THE REAL MOTHER GOOSE from Checkerboard Press
Ready-to Read:
• STING: A BOOK ABOUT DANGEROUS ANIMALS (Level 3) by Melvin Berger
• GREAT SNAKES (Level 2) by Fay Robinson
• STAR WARS: JOURNEY THROUGH SPACE (Level 2) by Ryder Windham
• SCOOBY-DOO SPY HUNT (Level 1) by Maria Barbo
• AMELIA BEDELIA’S MASTERPIECE (Level 2) by Herman Parish
• POOH’S HERO PARTY and EEYORE FINDS FRIENDS, First Readers by Isabel Gaines
• PETER RABBIT: BEST BUNNIES (Level 2)
• ALVIN AND THE CHIPMUNKS: CHIPWRECKED (Level 2) by J. E. Bright
• I’M A CATERPILLAR (Level 1) by Jean Marzollo
Young Adult & Intermediate Fantasy:
• UNTAMED, BETRAYED, MARKED, CHOSEN, HIDDEN, HUNTED, REVEALED, BURNED, AWAKENED, DESTINED and TEMPTED by P.C. and Kristin Cast
• HARRY POTTER AND THE ORDER OF THE PHOENIX by J. K. Rowling
• FALLEN by Lauren Kate
• HUSH, HUSH by Becca Fitzgerald
• 5-MINUTE STAR WARS STORIES from Disney
• SUPER HEROES STORYBOOK COLLECTION from Marvel
• STAR WARS: THE POWER OF THE DARK SIDE, adapted by Benjamin Harper
• THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA: BEYOND THE WARDROBE, THE OFFICIAL GUIDE by E. J. Kirk
• THE COMPLETE IDIOT’S GUIDE TO THE WORLD OF NARNIA by James Bell
• COMPANION TO NARNIA by Paul Ford
• A GREAT AND TERRIBLE BEAUTY by Libba Bray
Young Adult Fiction:
• MIDDLE SCHOOL: THE WORST YEARS OF MY LIFE, MIDDLE SCHOOL: GET ME OUT OF HERE, MIDDLE SCHOOL: BIG FAT LIAR and TREASURE HUNTERS by James Patterson
• L8R, G8R by Lauren Myracle
Finally a reminder—when you join the Friends of the Library, you are supporting all the library’s programs and resources in your community.  Ask at the cashier’s desk when you check out—joining is easy!  And don’t forget to go to the library’s website at www.nafclibrary.org to find out about all the neat FREE programs that are available in part because you are a Friends member.