“Why reach for the star when you can reach for a book and have the stars, the sun and the moon.” — Author unknown
Our doors may be closed to the public, but we are still providing services.
If you read my column today and find something you would like to check out, simply call the library at 270-522-6301. A staff member will check the book out to you and put it in a bag for you to pick up from our vestibule. You can look at our card catalog at www.jlslibrary.org.
You can also access our data bases from our website, for e-books, e-magazines, e-audio books and Acorn TV all free. If you need copies or faxes the same applies.
Ms. Katie is doing Storytime Live on our Facebook page on Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m. You can go to our Facebook Page and check it out. Please stay safe and healthy.
New Fiction: “The Girl with the Louding Voice” by Abi Dare’, “The Glass Hotel” by Emily St. John Mandel, “A Reasonable Doubt” by Phillip Margolin, “The Authenticity Project” by Clare Pooley, “The Jerusalem Assassin” by Joel C. Rosenberg, “The Numbers Game” by Danielle Steel, “Hit List” by Stuart Woods and “Home Sweet Home” by Fern Michaels. (this book is only in large print).
New Christian Fiction: “The Happy Camper” by Melody Carlson, and “Woman of Sunlight” by Mary Connealy, (this is the second book in the Bridges of Hope Mountain).
New Mystery: “A Forgotten Murder” by Jude Deveraux, (this is the third book in the Medlar mystery series).
New Biography: “The Adventurer’s Son: a Memoir” by Roman Dial.
New Non-fiction: “Estate Planning Basics” by Denis Clifford, “Overcoming Dyslexia” by Sally Shaywitz, “Trade Wars” by New York Times Staff, “Home is Where You Make It” by Geneva Vanderzeil.
New Audio Books: “The Warsaw Protocol” by Steve Berry, and “Best Family Ever” by Karen Kingsbury, this is a Baxter Family Children novel.
New DVDs: “21 Bridges,” and “Gigantosaurus.”
New TV Season: “Madam Secretary” season 4.
Please do your Census! Every Person Counts 2020.