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The Lion's Roar
Wednesday, January 18, 2012 • Posted January 18, 2012

If your child needs to research a topic for a report, if you need reliable information not readily available in the library, or if you just have a curious mind, try the Tex-Share database. The link is on our website, and some resources are available in Spanish as well as English. The database includes Searchasaurus and EBSCI Kids Search, which present information at a reading level for younger students, EBSCO Student Research Center is great for older students, and EBSCO Academic Search Complete is a full-text database for periodicals and peer-reviewed journals. Infotrac provides access to full-text articles from newspapers around the globe. The database also includes Heritage Quest online for genealogical research and the Texas Handbook online, but these resources are only a sampling of what you can access. Come on in and use one of our fourteen public access computers—all you need is a library card. NEW ARRIVALS: (All quotes are from publishers’ summaries)DVDsDolphin TaleInspector Morse: Season 2Audiobooks:Texas! Sage by Sandra Brown (CD F BRO)Room by Emma Donoghue (CD F DON)Non-Fiction:The Secret Knowledge by David Mamet (320.51 MAM)“Mamet shows liberalism, at least as it is now practiced, to be a sort of pop religion for plagued souls seeking their own redemption though insidiously bothering the lives of more happy others. And readers will delight in the fascinating ways he’s had enough.”—Victor Davis Hanson, senior fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford UniversityFiction:Need You Now by James Grippando (F GRI)“A young financial advisor and his girlfriend uncover a conspiracy that reaches from Wall Street deep into the halls of government.”A Devil is Waiting by Jack Higgins (F HIG Dil.19)“A fanatical mullah is offering a blessing to anyone who will assassinate the President, who is visiting London. Sean Dillon and the rest of his band are joined by Afghan war hero Sara Gideon, who discovers the assassination plan is only the beginning.”Cell 8 by Roslund & Hellstrom (R ROS)“Detective Superintendent Ewert Grens launches an investigation that stretches from Sweden to the United States and reveals a shocking connection between the murder of a seventeen-year –old girl almost a decade ago and an assault case in Sweden.”Gun Games by Faye Kellerman (F KEL Dec.20)“Peter Decker and Rina Lazarus are back in this gripping mystery involving a secret cabal of some of Los Angeles’ most wealthy—and vicious—teens.”Love in Nutshell by Janet Evanovich and Dorien Kelly (F EVA)“This novel delivers romantic suspense, small-town antics, secretive sabotage, and lots and lots of beer.”The Confession by Charles Todd (F TOD)“Scotland Yard’s best detective Inspector, Ian Rutledge, must solve a dangerous case that reaches far into the past when a dying man walks in and confesses that he killed his cousin five years earlier during the Great War.”

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