“Reading makes immigrants of us all. It takes us away from home, but more important, it finds homes for us everywhere.” ~Jean Rhys

We are still open to the public from 9 a.m.-1 p.m.Monday-Friday. If you need curb service just call us.

New Fiction: “The Seaside Café” by Rochelle Alers, (this is the first book in the Book Club series, “Wrath of Poseidon” by Clive Cussler), “A Week at the Shore” by Barbara Delinsky, “The Paladin” by David Ignatius, “The Sun Sister” by Lucinda Riley (this is the sixth book in the Seven Sisters series), “The Heirloom Garden” by Viola Shipman, “Girls of Summer” by Nancy Thayer, and “Bombshell” by Stuart Woods.

New Christian Fiction: “Unyielding Hope” by Janette Oke, this is the first book in the When Hope Calls series.

New Mystery: “Lowcountry Bordello” by Susan Boyer, this is the fourth book in the Liz Talbot mystery series.

New Non-Fiction: “Chapter 13 Bankruptcy” by Cara O’Neill, “Home Learning Year by Year: How to Design a Creative and Comprehensive Homeschool Curriculum” by Rebecca Rupp, “Ultimate Guide to Basements, Attics & Garages,” “The Sports, The Rules, The Tactics, the Techniques” by The Sports Book, “Crucible of Hell: the Heroism and Tragedy of Okinawa, 1945” by Saul David.

New Audio Books: “Long Range” by C. J. Box, and “Revenge” by James Patterson.

New DVDs: “The Gentlemen,” and “Ford v. Ferrari.”

New TV Season: “Murder, She Wrote” season 2.

Summer Reading information coming soon!

Happy Summer Reading!

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

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