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Wednesday, October 30, 2013 • Posted October 31, 2013

You may remember that the library and the Girl Scouts partnered last year to put up the Little Library box by the playground behind the building. People can swap books there, and the children’s books are especially popular. However, some of the books don’t make it back. So, we could use your help in keeping the Little Library supplied. If you have children’s books that nobody is using anymore, please consider donating some of them to the library—you’ll be de-cluttering and helping a good cause at the same time!

NEW ARRIVALS: (All quotes are from publishers’ summaries)

DVDs:

The Hangover Part III

After Earth

Little Red Wagon

The Fall: Series 1

Left Behind: The Collection

Home Run

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone

The Heat

Pacific Rim

Appaloosa

Last Ounce of Courage

This is our Time

Elementary: The First Season

Audiobooks:

Songs of Willow Frost by Jamie Ford (CD F FOR)

Two Graves by Preston & Childs (CD F PRE Pen.12)

Non-fiction:

One Hundred Victories: Special OPS and the Future of American Warfare by Linda Robinson (958.104 ROB)

Night by Elie Wiesel (921 WIE)

Fiction:

A Question of Honor by Charles Todd (F TOD Cra.5)

“While tending the wounded in WWI, Bess Crawford learns that an alleged murderer in her father’s regiment in India had never been tried. The whole regiment’s reputation had been stained. Now it was said he was serving at the Front. Bess sets out to find Wade and let the courts decide. But when she stumbles on the horrific truth, something that even the famous writer Rudyard Kipling had kept secret all his life, she is shaken to her very core.”

Deadline by Sandra Brown (F BRO)

“Dawson Scott is a well-respected journalist recently returned from Afghanistan and privately suffering from battle fatigue. But then he gets a call from a source within the FBI. A new development has come to light in a story that began 40 years ago. It could be the BIG story of Dawson’s career. Soon, he’s covering the disappearance and presumed murder of former Marine Jeremy Wesson, the biological son of the pair of terrorists who remain on the FBI’s Most Wanted list.”

Burial Rights by Hannah Kent (F KEN)

“Based on a true story, Burial Rites is an astonishing and moving novel about the truths we claim to know and the ways in which we interpret what we’re told. In beautiful, cut-glass prose, Hannah Kent portrays Iceland’s formidable landscape, in which every day is a battle for survival, and asks, how can one woman hope to endure when her life depends upon the stories told by others?”

The Quest by Nelson DeMille (F DEM)

“Two reporters, a devastatingly beautiful photographer, and a mercenary soldier are caught in the center of an Ethiopian civil war. When they save a wounded prisoner, they hear the most amazing account of the location of Christ’s cup from the Last Supper. Thus begins their Quest—a deadly adventure that pits them against murderous tribesmen, assassins, fanatical Coptic monks, and ultimately, against themselves.”

The Wanderer by Robyn Carr (F CAR Thu.1)

“Nestled on the Oregon Coast is a small town of rugged charm. Locals love the land’s unspoiled beauty. Developers see it as a potential gold mine. When newcomer Hank Cooper learns he’s been left an old friend’s entire beachfront property, he finds himself with a community’s destiny in his hands.”

With Every Letter by Sarah Sundin (F SUN Win.1) Christian Fiction

“Lt. Mellie Blake is looking forward to beginning her training as a flight nurse during WWII. She is not looking forward to writing an anonymous letter to a man she’s never met—part of a morale-building program. Mellie and her pen pal develop a unique friendship. When both are transferred to Algeria, the two are poised to meet for the first time.”

No Safe Harbor by Elizabeth Ludwig (F LUD Edg.1) Christian Fiction

“Cara Hamilton had thought her brother to be dead. Now, she leaves Ireland for New York, desperate to find him. She’s then thrust into a world of subterfuge, veiled threats, and attempted murder.”

The End of the Old Ways by Harold Brannan (F BRA)

“The clash of societies along the Texas Frontier in the last half of the nineteenth century produced a violent struggle between Comanches and settlers. Depredations were committed on both sides. The novel follows some of the main historic events of that time through the eyes of a young Texan, Thomas Sutton, who entered the struggle under the guise of fierce enmity because of depredations wreaked upon his family.”

Storm Front by John Sandford (F SAN Flo.7)

“Virgil Flowers gets a message from Lucas Davenport: You’re about to get a visitor. It’s an Israeli cop, and she’s tailing a man who’s smuggled out an extraordinary relic. Some very bad men are chasing the relic, and they don’t care who’s in the way or what they have to do to get it.”

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