Dear Friends and Book Lovers,
I’ve decided to start off each newsletter with our hours of operation, just so you know: Saturday, October 5, we are holding our last Early Bird Special in the Annex Building in the library’s large parking lot.  Members of the Friends of the Library can shop exclusively from 8:30 to 9 a.m. and memberships are available at the door.  Then, we will open the doors to the general public from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Collectors Corner:  Once again, we will begin with a selection of Kentucky books:
• A FEAST FOR THE EYES: RECIPES FROM AMERICA’S GRANDEST VICTIORIAN NEIGHBORHOOD by David Domine (2010, $2)
• KENTUCKY’S LAST GREAT PLACES by Thomas Barnes (2002, $2)
• LOUISVILLE IN GOOD TASTE: RESTAURANT GUIDE WITH MENUS AND RECIPES by Lani Basberg and Jeanne Jennings (1989, $2)
• PLANT LIFE IN KENTUCKY by Ronald Jones (2005, $7)
• A HISTORY OF BATH COUNTY, KENTUCKY by J. A. Richards (first edition 1961, $15)
• GEORGE ROGERS CLARK AND THE WINNING OF THE WEST by Hugh Rankin (1976, $2)
• THE OFFERING: BARKLEY MOORE—A LIFE FOR TIME AND ETERNITY by Judy Powell (2014, $5.50)
• KENTUCKY MEMORIES: REFLECTIONS OF ROWAN COUNTY by Jack Ellis (signed by the author, 2005, $2)
• TIM FARMER: A KENTUCKY WOODSMAN RESTORED by Steve Flairty (2005, $2)
• WHITTLESWORTH COMES TO CHRISTMAS by Gerald Toner (1991, $2)
• THE KENTUCKY BOURBON COOKBOOK by Albert Schmid (signed by the author, 2010, $4)
• MERTON: A FILM BIOGRAPHY, a DVD filmed in color (57 minutes, 1984, $2)
• U OF L SCHOOL OF MUSIC IN CONCERT, a music CD selling for $2
• THE KENTUCKY WILDCATS BASKETBALL EXPERIENCE, another music CD selling for $2
Old books are next on the list:
• THE BEST SHORT STORIES OF 1923, edited by Edward J. O’Brien (1923, $3.50)
• PIDGIN ISLAND by Harold MacGrath with illustrations by Arthur William Brown (1914, $2)
• ARE PREMILLENNIALISTS RIGHT by Samuel Henry Kellogg (1923, $3)
• GOOD HOUSEKEEPING COOKBOOK, edited by Dorothy Marsh (1963, $2)
• CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY, 91st Congress, Second Session (1970, $2)
• THUNDER MOUNTAIN by Zane Grey (1935, $2)
• 1909-1912 SEARS,ROEBUCK & CO. MOTOR BUGGY CATALOGUE (1983, $2)
• THE MARBLE COLLEGIATE CHURCH, edited by Blanche Cleaver (1954, $2)
• NARRATIVE AND LYRICAL POETRY, edited by James Tupper (1927, $2)
Here we have a group of old-time children’s books and comics:
• BUILDING BETTER ENGLISH IN SCHOOL AND OUT by Harry Greene et al. (1941, $2)
• GOOD READING FIFTH READER by John Manly et al. (1928, $2)
• LANGUAGE FOR DAILY USE GRADE 3 by Mildred Dawson & Jonnie Miller (1948, $2)
• THE NEW DAYS AND DEEDS by William Gray et al. (1955, $2)
• PATHS TO FOLLOW by Ullin Leavell et al (1956, $2)
• ANIMALS OF THE FIELD AND FOREST by Mina Lewiton (1961, $2)
• McGUFFEY’S SIXTH READER, a mint condition reprint of the 1921 reader ($2.50)
• THE THREE MUSKETEERS, edited and abridged by Marjorie Mattern with pictures by Hamilton Greene (1957, $2)
• INDIANA JONES AND THE LAST CRUSADE, a 1989 Marvel Comic ($2)
• INDIANA JONES AND THE TEMPLE OF DOOM, a 1989 Marvel Comic ($2)
• RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK, a 1981 Marvel Comic ($2)
Finally, a big, heavy cookbook and an unusual art book:
• THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF CREATIVE COOKERY, edited by Charlotte Turgeon (1989, $2)
• FORMATIONS, the catalogue from an art exhibition at the Residence of the United States Ambassador to Mexico, Antonio Garza, Jr. (2004, $8)
On the Special Sale Table:
• Renowned American astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson will turn 61 on Saturday.  We celebrate his birthday with a 50% discount in Science & Nature.  Along with books on outer space and the stars, you’ll find many books on natural science, textbooks on math, biology and more.
Choice Selections Fiction:
• US AGAINST THEM by Fredrik Backman
• TRUMP SKY ALPHA by Mark Doten
Choice Selections Non-Fiction:
• MAYBE YOU SHOULD TALK TO SOMEONE by Lori Gottlieb
• GRANT by Ron Chernow
• THE CHEW: A YEAR OF CELEBRATIONS, edited by Ashley Archer & Jessica Jones
Community Read
• Our library is sponsoring a community read of the classic I KNOW WHY THE CAGED BIRD SINGS by Maya Angelou.  There will be several book discussions (October 16-November 5) and film screenings of MAYA ANGELOU: AND I STILL RISE.  If you register for the event, you can receive a free copy of the book, but we also are featuring two paperback copies for sale here.
Action-Adventure:
• REMEMBER THE ALAMO by William Johnstone
Alternative Medicine:
• THE HERBAL DRUGSTORE by Linda White & Steven Foster
• CLINICAL APPLICATIONS OF HERBAL MEDICINE by D. Paul Barney
• THE COUNTRY DOCTOR HANDBOOK by the editors of FC&A Medical Publishing
• DANDELION MEDICINE by Brigitte Mars
• THE DOCTORS BOOK OF HERBAL HOME REMEDIES by the editors of Prevention
• BODY REFLEXOLOGY: HEALING AT YOUR FINGERTIPS by Mildred Carter
• ENCYCLOPEDIA OF NATURAL CURES AND REMEDIES from Doctors Health Press
• ACUPRESSURE’S POTENT POINTS: A GUIDE TO SELF-CARE FOR COMMON AILMENTS by Michael Reed Gach
• THE NEW HOLISTIC HERBAL by David Hoffmann
• HEALING TEAS by Marie Antol
Animals & Pets:
• PRAYING WITH KATIE: GOD, MY CAT AND ME by Don Holt
• CAT PSALMS by Herbert Brokering
• 1001 ALL-NATURAL SECRETS TO A PEST-FREE PROPERTY by Dr. Myles Bader
• THE BEST OF JAMES HERRIOT, a beautiful collection of stories in a nice hardback in dust jacket filled with illustrations
Art:
• MONET by Karin Sagner-Duchting
Automobiles:
• 1986 OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS SUPREME, CUTLASS SALON, CUSTOM CRUISER CHASSIS SERVICE MANUAL
• MAZDA 626 1984 SERVICE MANUAL
• MAZDA 626 1987 SERVICE MANUAL
• 1986 CADILLAC SERVICE INFORMATION MANUAL, DE VILLE/FLEETWOOD
• 1996 E/K PLATFORM CADILLAC DE VILLE, CONCOURS, ELDORADO & SEVILLE SERVICE MANUAL, BOOKS 1 & 2
• CHILTON’S REPAIR & TUNE-UP GUIDE MERCEDES BENZ 1974-1984
• CHILTON’S REPAIR & TUNE-UP GUIDE MAZDA 1987
Biography:
• GENE STRATTON PORTER: NOVELIST AND NATURALIST by Judith Long
• THE ROOSEVELT WOMEN by Betty Caroli
• RONALD REAGAN: THE WISDOM AND HUMOR OF THE GREAT COMMUNICATOR, edited by Frederick Ryan
• SIR WALTER RALEGH by Robert Lacey
• THE TRAVELS OF MARCO POLO, THE VENETIAN, translated and edited by William Marsden
• A SEVERE MERCY by Sheldon Vanauken, with 18 previously unpublished letters by C. S. Lewis
• A PASSION FOR NATURE: THE LIFE OF JOHN MUIR by Donald Worster
• ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK: MY YEAR IN A WOMEN’S PRISON by Piper Kerman
• SAGA OF CHIEF JOSEPH by Helen Howard
• AMERICAN SPHINX: THE CHARACTER OF THOMAS JEFFERSON by Joseph Ellis
• DAVID CROCKETT: THE LION OF THE WEST by Michael Wallis
• JOYS AND SORROWS: REFLECTIONS by Pablo Casals
• ENCOUNTER ON THE NARROW RIDGE: A LIFE OF MARTIN BUBER by Maurice Friedman
• BEETHOVEN by Maynard Solomon
• NEVER HAVE YOUR DOG STUFFED AND OTHER THINGS I’VE LEARNED by Alan Alda
Business:
• A BETTER FINANCIAL PLAN by Dean Vagnozzi (2016, 2018)
Christian Fiction:
• LIKE DANDELION DUST by Karen Kingsbury
• THE LAST SIN EATER by Francine Rivers
Classics:
• THE LAST OF THE MOHICANS by James Fenimore Cooper
• THE PICKWICK PAPERS and OLIVER TWIST by Charles Dickens
• THE EDGE OF THE UNKNOWN and SIX GREAT SHERLOCK HOLMES STORIES by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
• PERSUASION, NORTHANGER ABBEY and SENSE AND SENSIBILITY by Jane Austen
• UNCLE TOM’S CABIN by Harriet Beecher Stowe
• PILGRIM’S PROGRESS by John Bunyan
• CANDIDE by Voltaire
• TALES OF THE NORTH and STORIES OF ADVENTURE by Jack London
• ROSE IN BLOOM by Louisa May Alcott
• THE CONSCIOUS READER, with readings from every famous author from Nabokov to Shakespeare, edited by Caroline Shrodes
• OF MICE AND MEN and THE LONG VALLEY by John Steinbeck
• THE MAN IN THE IRON MASK by Alexandre Dumas
• BEST KNOWN WORKS by Robert Louis Stevenson, including TREASURE ISLAND and more
• THE RED BADGE OF COURAGE by Stephen Crane
Cookbooks:
• PURE PORK AWESOMENESS by Kevin Gillespie
• SPROUTED BAKING: WHOLE GRAIN FLOURS THAT DIGEST AS VEGETABLES by Janie Quinn
• THE COMPLETE IDIOT’S GUIDE TO VEGAN COOKING by Beverly Bennett
• TODAY’S HERBAL KITCHEN by the Memphis Herb Society
Crafts & Hobbies:
• THE SCENTED WOMAN: CUSTOM FRAGRANCES by Maribeth Riggs
• THE BASIC BEEKEEPING & HONEY BOOK by Louise Hanson & Lily Davis
• BOWHUNTING: EQUIPMENT & SKILLS by M. R. James et al.
• THE NEW HUNTER’S ENCYCLOPEDIA from Galahad Books
• PAPER MONEY OF THE UNITED STATES: A COMPLETE ILLUSTRATED GUIDE by Robert Friedberg
• BARBIE BAZAAR (this 1997 magazine is filled with pictures of Barbie costumes and sells for 25 cents)
Fantasy:
• Six paperbacks in the Redwall Saga by Brian Jacques
• THE TWO TOWERS and THE HOBBIT by J. R. R. Tolkien
Fiction:
• THE HUSBAND’S SECRET and THE LAST ANNIVERSARY by Liane Moriarty
• THE CASUAL VACANCY by J. K. Rowling
• VINEGAR GIRL, Shakespeare’s THE TAMING OF THE SHREW retold by Anne Tyler
• THE HORSE DANCER by Jojo Moyes
• COMMONWEALTH by Ann Patchett
• LEAVING TIME by Jodi Picoult
• THE CONSTANT PRINCESS by Philippa Gregory
• THE WOMEN IN THE CASTLE by Jessica Shattuck
• PICNIC AT HANGING ROCK by Joan Lindsay
• ALL THE PRETTY HORSES, CITIES OF THE PLAIN, NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN and BLOOD MERIDIAN by Cormac McCarthy
• FALLING MAN by Don DeLillo
• GONE WITH THE WIND by Margaret Mitchell
Gardening:
• THE WAY OF HERBS by Michael Tierra
• HERBS, edited by Leslie Bremness
• HERBALLY YOURS by Penny Royal
History:
• OLD PLANTATION DAYS: SOUTHERN LIFE BEFORE THE CIVIL WAR by Nancy Bostick De Saussure
• THE DIARY OF MISS EMMA HOLMES, 1861-1866, edited by John Marszalek
• BLOOD & IRONY: SOUTHERN WHITE WOMEN’S NARRATIVES OF THE CIVIL WAR, 1861-1937 by Sarah Gardner
• SARAH MORGAN: THE CIVIL WAR DIARY OF A SOUTHERN WOMAN, edited by Charles East
• SHERMAN’S MARCH THROUGH THE CAROLINAS by John Barrett
• THE BLUE AND THE GRAY by Henry Steele Commager
• THE WAR-TIME JOURNAL OF A GEORGIA GIRL 1864-1865 by Eliza Frances Andrews
• WHEN THE YANKEES CAME: CONFLICT & CHAOS IN THE OCCUPIED SOUTH, 1861-1865 by Stephen Ash
• KILLING PATTON by Bill O’Reilly
• THE STORY OF PAPER MONEY by Fred Reinfeld
• ARMOURED GUARDSMEN: A WAR DIARY FROM NORMANDY TO THE RHINE by Robert Boscawen
• PEGASUS BRIDGE: JUNE 6, 1944 and EISENHOWER AND BERLIN 1945 by Stephen Ambrose
• AFTER THE REVOLUTION: PROFILES OF EARLY AMERICAN CULTURE by Joseph Ellis
• D-DAY by Martin Gilbert
Horror:
• THE CHEMIST by Stephenie Meyer
• NECRONOMICON, the Best Weird Tales of H. P. Lovecraft
Humor & Commentary:
• THE FAR SIDE GALLERY 3, THE FAR SIDE GALLERY 5 and WIENER DOG ART by Gary Larson
• HIGHLY DEFECTIVE PEOPLE: A GUIDED TOUR OF THE EVOLUTION OF DILBERT by Scott Adams
Kentuckiana:
• SEVENTEEN by Booth Tarkington
Large Print:
• NEW AMERICAN STANDARD BIBLE with illustrated Dictionary-Concordance
Medicine:
• AGAINST MEDICAL ADVICE by James Patterson
Music:
• MUSIC AND IMAGINATION by Aaron Copeland
• LEARN & PLAY GUITAR from First Act (with Sheet Music)
Mystery:
• A STAINED WHITE RADIANCE by James Lee Burke
• WHOSE BODY by Dorothy Sayers
• THE SIEGE WINTER, a medieval English mystery by Ariana Franklin
• THE CASE OF THE SIN CITY SISTER, a Divine Private Detective Agency cozy by Lynne Hinton
• THE GIRL WHO TAKES AN EYE FOR AN EYE by David Lagercrantz
• HONEY-BAKED HOMICIDE, a Down South Café cozy by Gayle Leeson
• THE MALTESE FALCON by Dashiell Hammett
• A cozy for Harvest Homecoming, TOWN IN  A PUMPKIN BASH by B. B. Haywood
New & Notable:
• ONE HOT COUPLE: A RECORD BOOK ABOUT US, from first kiss to future hopes
• THE LITTLE BOOK OF LIFE HACKS by Yumi Sakugawa
• Photo Mobile with stainless steel clips
• A COLORING BOOK OF NEW ENGLAND AUTHORS by Eric Tomb
• Alexandre Dumas’s THE MAN IN THE IRON MASK retold as a graphic novel by Roy Thomas (this is a handsome book in dustjacket in the Marvel Illustrated Epic Tales Series)
New Age & Parapsychology:
• MY JOURNEY TO HEAVEN by Marvin Besteman
• BOOK OF DREAMS by Sylvia Browne
• EXPLORING THE UNEXPLAINED: THE WORLD’S GREATEST MARVELS, MYSTERIES AND MYTHS from Time
Paranormal Romance:
• THE SUMMONING by Heather Graham
Philosophy:
• CRITICAL THEORY SINCE PLATO by Hazard Adams
• PHILOSOPHY: HISTORY & PROBLEMS by Samuel Stumpf
Reference:
• THE COMPLETE RHYMING DICTIONARY, edited by Clement Wood
Religion:
• WHAT THE QUR’AN MEANT AND WHY IT MATTERS by Garry Wills
• ISRAEL IN BIBLE PROPHECY by David Reagan
• ZONDERVAN NIV EXHAUSTIVE CONCORDANCE by Edward Goodrick
Science Fiction:
• DR. WHO: WETWORLD by Mark Michalowski
• LIGHT and EMPTY SPACE: A HAUNTING by M. John Harrison
Travel:
• Five books by the classic travel writer Paul Theroux: THE PILLARS OF HERCULES: A GRAND TOUR OF THE MEDITERRANEAN, THE GREAT RAILWAY BAZAAR: BY TRAIN THROUGH ASIA, DARK STAR SAFARI: OVERLAND FROM CAIRO TO CAPE TOWN, RIDING THE IRON ROOSTER: BY TRAIN THROUGH CHINA and THE OLD PATAGONIAN EXPRESS: BY TRAIN THROUGH THE AMERICAS
TV:
• 35TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATING ANOTHER WORLD by Julie Poll
Westerns & American Indians:
• TROUBLE SHOOTER by Louis L’Amour
• THE BEST OF THE WEST, an anthology of classic writing from the American West, edited by Tony Hillerman
Audio Books on CD:
• PYGMY by Chuck Palahniuk
Music CDs:
• A 4-CD set of THE BEST OF ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER with music from Phantom, Cats, Evita, Jesus Christ Superstar and more
DVD:
• BLADE, BLADE III and BLADE TRINITY with Wesley Snipes
• PHANTASM, a 5 movie collection, with Michael Baldwin
• CHARLIE CHAN with Sidney Toler
• ARLINGTON ROAD with Jeff Bridges
• DAREDEVIL with Ben Affleck
• THE BROTHERS GRIMM with Heath Ledger
• INSIDIOUS with Patrick Wilson
• RINGERS: LORD OF THE FANS, narrated by Dominic Monaghan
FOR THE CHILDREN
Oh, Wow!  Thanks to the many generous donors over the past year, we have once again a beautiful, amazing selection of our Harvest of Kids Books for you, all in mint condition and with something for every child.  I can only list some of the fantastic books you will find here on Saturday, but look at the photograph of our display and you will see that there is much, much more!
• Lots of Fancy Nancy
• Lots of Curious George
• Three mint condition Llama, Llama books by the late Anna Dewdney
• Junie B. Jones books
• A Poke-mon origami book
• A mint condition hardback copy of the classic GOOD NIGHT, MOON
• Captain Underpants
• Winnie-the-Pooh, traditional and Disney
• Japanese manga books
• A Disney Princess Story Collection
• A Frozen Story Collection
• Batman, Spiderman and other super heroes
• Skippy Jon Jones
• The Wizard of Oz, abridged but with beautiful illustrations
• The Wind in the Willows, unabridged
• Little Women, unabridged with color illustrations
• Tales from Shakespeare
• Maximum Ride books by James Patterson
• A deluxe Hunger Games Trilogy set in slipcase
• Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows PLUS three Harry Potter DVD movies, just 25 cents each for the DVDs
• To go with this sale’s theme, a Slide & Discover Space book
• Look Inside a Volcano, with lots of flaps and one amazing pop-up eruption
• A Red Riding Hood classic pop-up book
• Two Me Readers, Star Wars and a selection of Disney favorites: Princess Sofia, Mickey & Minnie, Jake and Doc McStuffins
• A display of lovely books on autumn, featuring IT’S THE GREAT PUMPKIN, CHARLIE BROWN
• And way over in the Classics Section, more of those Great Illustrated Classics, with titles like KING SOLOMON’S MINES, FRANKENSTEIN, WAR OF THE WORLDS, AROUND THE WORLD IN EIGHTY DAYS and more, for just a quarter each
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.