Library News

 

By JUDITH CUTRIGHT

The Clay County Public Library will host teen night on Friday, February 27, at 6:00. All teens are invited for an evening of Chili, friends, and games.

There are several new books in the library this week. New titles include “Nearlyweds” by Beth Kendrick, “Inferno” by Larry Niven, “Where the Heart Leads” by Kim Vogel Sawyer, “One Day At A Time” by Danielle Steel, and “Marrying Walker McKay” by Lori Copeland. New biographies include “Born Standing Up” by Steve Martin. New non-fiction titles include “Meat Market: Inside the Smash-Mouth World of College Football Recruiting” by Bruce Feldman, “Knitting for Good” by Betsy Greer, “So Much Money: The Triumph of Lobbying and the Corrosion of American Government” by Robert G. Kaiser, “Anatomy of the Moving Body” by Theodore Dimon, Jr., “Adam Copeland On Edge” by Adam Copeland, and “Teach Yourself Visually: Windows Vista” by Paul McFedries. For our teen readers, we have “Granny” by Anthony Horowitz, and “The Coffin Club” by Ellen Schreiber. Our early readers can now have “Little Monkey Lost” by Keith DuQuette, “Coyote Raid In Cactus Canyon” by Jim Amosky, “Easy Street” by Rita Gray, and “The Moon Shines Down” by Margaret Wise Brown. New on DVD at the library are “Dreamland”, “Babylon A.D.”, “Nights in Rodanthe”, “Miracle At St. Anna”, “Changeling”, and “Nightmare on Elm Street 4”. Come in and check us out!

Quote of the Week: “The most wasted of all days is one without laughter.” E.E. Cumming.