“The simplest way to make sure that we raise literate children is…

To show them that reading is a Pleasurable activity. And that means…

Finding books that they enjoy, giving them access to those books, and letting them Read them.”

— Neil Gaiman

Pam’s Pick this week is: “Autopsy” by Patricia Cornwell, this is the first Kay Scarpetta novel in five years. Chief medical examiner and forensic pathologist Kay Scarpetta is given a highly classified case involving two scientists who were found dead in a private space laboratory. But she will not be going to space. Can she still find the cause of death from that far away?

New Fiction: “W.E.B. Griffin’s Rogue Asset” by Brian Andrews this is the ninth book in the Presidential Agent series, “Sea Hawke” by Ted Bell, “Wish You Were Here” by Jodi Picoult, and “The Dating Playbook” by Farrah Rochon, this is the second book in the Boyfriend Project series.

New Christian Fiction: “A Season on the Wind” by Suzanne Woods Fisher.

New Large Print: “A MacCallister Christmas” by William W. Johnstone.

New Mystery: “100 Proof Murder” by Mary Ellis this is the second book in the Bourbon Tour mystery series.

New Non-fiction: “The End of the Age: the Countdown Has Begun” by John Hagee, “Science: the Definitive Visual Guide,” “Southern Living 2021 Annual Recipes,” and “Brothers and Wives: Inside the Private Lives of William, Kate, Harry and Meghan” by Christopher Andersen.

New Reference Book: “The 2022 World Almanac.”

New Audio Books: “Mercy” by David Baldacci, and “Three Sisters” by Heather Morris.

New DVDs: “The Suicide Squad,” and “Barbie Dreamhouse Adventures.”

New TV Season: “Bones” season 6.

The library will be closed December 31st -January 4th. Have a Happy & Healthy New Year.

Stop by and pick up the information for a Year Long Book Challenge.

Seasons Reading!

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