Library schedule will change Thanksgiving week

 

The Clay County Public Library will have a slightly different schedule during the Thanksgiving week. We will be opened from 11:00 until 8:00 on Wednesday, November 25, and then close until Monday, November 30. 

 

The library will soon begin a class for those wishing to learn Spanish, or for those high school students who need extra help.  We hope to do this on Wednesday evenings.  We will post a schedule soon, but if you are interested, please give us a call and let us know so we can begin planning.

 

There are several new books in the library this week. New fiction titles include “Hardball” by Sara Paretsky, “Homer and Langley” by E. L. Doctorow, “The Eleventh Victim” by Nancy Grace, “The Year of the Flood” by Margaret Atwood, “Beat the Reaper” by Josh Bazell, “A Princess of Landover” by Terry Brooks, “A Separate Country” by Robert Hicks, “Walking Lazarus” by T. L. Hines, “I, Alex Cross” by James Patterson, “Evil at Heart” by Chelsea Cain, “Drawn in Blood” by Andrea Kane, ‘Evidence of Murder” by Lisa Black, “From a Distance” by Tamera Alexander, and “The Wrecker” by Clive Cussler.  

 

New nonfiction books include “The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame” by Holly George-Warren, “Women are Crazy, Men are Stupid” by Howard J. Morris and Jenny Lee, “Mean Mothers” by Peg Streep, “Think Confident, Be Confident” by Leslie Sokol, “Windows 7:  Up and Running” by Wei-Meng Lee, “Corn Flakes With John Lennon” by Robert Hilburn, “Guinness World Records 2010”, “Weekend Sewing” by Heather Ross, “Beauty Pearls for Chemo Girls” by Marybeth Maida, “Morning, Sunshine!” by Robin Meade, ‘Where Men Win Glory” by Jon Krakauer, “Role of a Lifetime” by James Brown, and “Cedar Cove Cookbook” by Debbie Macomber.  

 

New to the library on DVD are “Icon”, “Up”, “and “Star Trek”.  Come in and check us out!

 

Quote of the Week:  “One thing that over comes hard luck is hard work.”  Harry Golden.