“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” — Dr. Seuss

This is a very popular quote for young people graduating. This year will be one they can tell their children and grandchildren about. The library staff and board members would like to wish our co-worker Brooklyn Shoemaker all the best the future has to hold for her. Happy Graduation Brooklyn! We are proud of you.

We are still offering curb service, faxing, copying and notary service: 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Fridays. We are not sure when we will be open to the public but we hope soon.

Don’t forget Storytime Live with Ms. Katie on Facebook at 10:30 on Wednesdays. Be sure to check out our website for the card catalog, Overdrive for E-books, E-magazines and E-audios, RB Digital for E-audios, E-classics and Acorn TV. Learn a new craft on Creative Bug.

New Fiction: “The Business of Lovers” by Eric Jerome Dickey, “Cries from the Lost Island” by Kathleen O’Neal Gear, “The Book of Longings” by Sue Monk Kidd, “Miss Julia Knows a Thing or Two” by Ann B. Ross, “Masked Prey” by John Sandford, and “The Wedding Dress” by Danielle Steel.

New Christian Fiction: “Secrets of My Heart” by Tracie Peterson, this is the first book in the Willamette Brides series.

New Mystery: “Lowcountry Boneyard” by Susan Boyer, this is the third book in the Liz Talbot series.

New Non-fiction: “Navigate Your Stars” by Jesmyn Ward, “Why Did I Come into This Room?: a Candid Conversation About Aging” by Joan Lunden, and “Joy at Work: Organizing Your Professional Life” by Marie Kondo.

New CDs: “Red Pill Blues” by Maroon 5, and “Melodrama” by Lorde.

New DVDs: “Dolittle,” and “Judy.”

New TV Season: “Grantchester” season 4.

Happy Reading!

Reach Pam Metts, John L. Street Library director, at 244 Main St., Cadiz, or call 270-522-6301.

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