“Any book that helps a child to form a habit of reading, to make reading one of his deep and continuing needs, is good for him.” — Maya Angelou

Have you seen Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer? He is hiding in the library. From now until December 20th stop by the library to see if you can find Rudolph. If you find him, put your name and the place found on the entry form to be registered to win Rudolph.

Pam’s Pick this week is: “Santa’s Sweetheart” by Janet Dailey, this is a Christmas Tree Ranch novel. Sheriff Delaney is a widow with a six year old daughter. His daughter Maggie, decides for Christmas he needs a girlfriend. Not just any girlfriend, but her teacher Miss Grace.

New Fiction: “Guild Boss” by Jayne Castle, “Clive Cussler’s the Devil’s Sea” by Dirk Cussler, “The Midnight Lock” by Jeffery Deaver , “The Christmas Wedding Guest” by Susan Mallery, this is the first book in the Wishing Tree series, and “The Secret of Snow” by Viola Shipman.

New Christian Fiction: “A Christmas in the Alps” by Melody Carlson, and “The Heart of the Cowboy” by Jody Hedlund, this is the second book in the Colorado Cowboys series.

New Mystery: “In Hot Water” by Kate Kingsbury, this is the first book in the Misty Bay Tea Room series.

New Non-fiction: “The Jesus I Know” by Kathie Lee Gifford, “Chicken Soup for the Soul: the Blessings of Christmas” by Amy Newmark, “Better Homes & Gardens Christmas Cooking from the Heart,” and “Knitted Gifts for All Seasons: Easy Projects to Make and Share” by Wendy Bernard.

New Audio Books: “The Boys” by Ron & Clint Howard, and “Mom, There’s a Dinosaur in Beeson’s Lake” by Trudi Trueit.

New DVDs: “Reminiscence,” “The Water Man,” and “PBS Kids Christmas Collection.”

New TV Season: “NCIS” season 9.

Today is the last Story Time this year. Ms. Katie will be back on January 5th for a New Year of Story Time!

Happy Holiday Reading!

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