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We have some exciting new titles coming soon to the library!  David Whitehouse has a new dark, yet humorous, book titled, “Mobile Library”, the author who brought you “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter” is releasing a follow-up story called, “The Last American Vampire”, and Paula Hawkins has a debut novel entitled, “The Girl on the Train”.  While these books are not yet on our shelves, they will be soon, so place one on hold today!

 

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This Week At The Library (December 15-20)

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Tuesday, December 16

Children’s Programs

Drop in Play Days at 10:30 am: Drop in and join the fun! Children ages 1-6 can play with toys, socialize with other children, and explore with art and craft materials.

School Age Programs

Gingerbread Houses at 4 pm: Come in and build your own delicious gingerbread house!

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This week we have a few new selections for you to read! Ashley and JaQuavis released the latest La Bella Mafia book titled, “The Cartel 5″. Nora Roberts also has a new book called, “Heart of the Sea” which is the third and final novel of the Gallaghers of Ardmore series.  We also have some new craft books to keep you busy over the holidays including “Modern Upcycling” and “Southern Living 2014 Annual Recipes”. Place some holds today!

 

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This Week At The Library (December 8-13)

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Tuesday, December 9th

Children’s Programs:

Let’s Get Moving Story Time at 10:30 am: Jump and stretch with stories and songs.

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Teen Programs:

Sharpie Mugs at 3:30 pm: The best thing about cold days is the hot cocoa, right? Why not design your own perfect hot cocoa accessory, a mug! Teens are invited to decorate coffee mugs with sharpie pens. All materials will be provided.

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Saturday, December 13th

Adult Programs:

Wine Glass Crafting for the Holidays at 1 pm: Turn wine into snow in this DIY crafting program. Transform a wine glass into a decorative snow globe that can also double as a candlestick holder. Supplies will be provided. Make sure to register today by calling 330-745-6126 as spaces are limited.

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We’ve got some new holiday books for you to check out this week! Richard Paul Evans has a new romance titled, “The Mistletoe Promise”. We also have a new compilation of short stories called, “Winter Brides: A Year of Weddings Novella Collection” written by Denise Hunter, Deborah Raney, and Betsy St. Amant. Place one on hold today!

 

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This Week At The Library (December 1-6)

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Tuesday December 2nd

Children’s Programs:

Messy Day at 10:30 am- A very messy story time for kids. Enjoy messy stories and create messy art.

 

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All Ages Programs:

Commedia Christmas Carol at 4 pm- Miller South Drama students perform COMMEDIA CHRISTMAS CAROL

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Saturday December 6th

All Ages Programs:

Holiday Open House from 10-3

Happy Holidays

Join us as we help Kenmore Boulevard celebrate the holidays. There will be temporary holiday tattoos, candy and you can see Marissa Dubina’s Realm of the Reptile Show at 11 am.

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 We have even more thrillers for you to enjoy this week, all from your favorite authors! Dean Koontz has a new Odd Thomas book titled, “Saint Odd”, Mary Higgins Clark released her new mystery, “The Cinderella Murder”, while Tess Gerritsen has a new Rizzoli and Isle novel called, “Die Again”. Place one on hold today!

 

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This Week At The Library (November 24-29)

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Tuesday November 25

Drop In Play Days at 10:30- Drop in and join the fun! Children ages 1-6 can play with toys, socialize with other children, and explore with art and craft materials.

Wednesday November 26

Library will close early at 5 pm. Get out there and buy your turkeys!

Thursday November 27

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Friday November 28th

The library will be open for regular hours: 12-6, come tell us all about your holiday!

 

 

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This week at the library we have a lot of thrilling adventure stories for you to check out! Orson Scott Card released, “Visitors”, the finale to the Pathfinder series, Stephen King has a new tale of horror called, “Revival”, while Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child have a new murder mystery titled, “Blue Labyrinth”. Place one on hold today!

 

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Come visit us this week and check out some of our awesome new releases! We have a new Zane novel called, “Nervous” and a new addition to the Animal series by K’wan. We also have some new biographies including one from Billy Joel and  Amy Poehler’s “Yes Please”. George R. R. Martin also released a new and highly anticipated book titled, “The World of Ice and Fire: the untold history of Westeros and the Game of Thrones”. Place a hold today!

 

NervousAnimal III, revelationsOtherworld nights, an anthologyBy winter's lightA.D. 30UsThe burning roomYes pleaseShock factor, america's snipers in the war on terrorBilly Joel, the definitive biographyIt ain't sauce, it's gravyThe world of ice and fire

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