“Books are a hard-bound drug with no danger of an overdose. I am a happy victim of books.”~ unknown

Summer Reading is still going on until August 14th so get your information logged in.

The Summer Reading Program this year is hosted online by READsquared, from our website: www.jlslibrary.org or READsquared website : http://jlslibrary.READsquared.com. You can also download the app. This will be for all ages. Check our Facebook page or call the library for more information. If you do not have Internet access you can still participate. Come to the front desk for

more information.

New Fiction: “Peace Talks” by Jim Butcher, this is a Dresden Files novel, “The Last Train to Key West” by Chanel Cleeton, “Always the Last to Know” by Kristan Higgins, “Half Moon Bay” by Jonathan Kellerman, “Spy, Spy Again” by Mercedes Lackey, (third book in the Family Spies series), “Dance Away with Me” by Susan Elizabeth Phillips, “The Lion’s Den” by Katherine St. John, and “Breakfast at the Honey Creek Café” by Jodi Thomas, (this book is also in large print).

New Christian Fiction: “At Love’s Command” by Karen Witemeyer, the first book in the Hanger’s Horsemen series.

New Mystery: “The Girl in Cabin 13” by A.J. Rivers, the first book in the Emma Griffin FBI Mystery series.

New Biography: “Lord High Executioner: the Legendary Mafia Boss Albert Anastasia” by Frank DiMatteo.

New Non-Fiction: “The Sudden Loss Survival Guide: 7 Essential Practices for Healing Grief” by Chelsea Hanson, “Mitch, Please!: How Mitch McConnell Sold Out Kentucky (and America, too)” by Matt Jones, “Grow Food at Home: Simple Methods for Small Spaces” by John Tullock, “Bourbon, Ribs, and Rubs: the Magic of Cooking Low and Slow,” and “Love Your Creative Space: a Visual Guide to Creating an Inspiring and Organized Studio Without Breaking the Bank” by Lilo Bowman.

New Audio Books: “If It Bleeds” by Stephen King, “On Ocean Boulevard” by Mary Alice Monroe and “Unyielding Hope” by Janette Oke.

New DVDs: “The Way Back” and “Cats.”

New TV Season: “Yellowstone” season 2.

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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