Good Books: They’re like the world’s most engaging people, all just waiting to meet us…to tell us their stories, explain things we want to know, and take us places we want to go.
Pam’s Pick this week is: “This Time Tomorrow” by Emma Straub, this is the story of Alice Stern. Alice on the morning after her 40th birthday wakes up to discover that she’s just turned 16 again. She is armed with a new perspective on her young life. What would she change, given the chance?
New Fiction: “The Homewreckers” by Mary Kay Andrews, “Hope Creek” by Janet Dailey, “Trust” by Hernan Diaz, “Quilted Cherries” by Ann Hazelwood, this is the fourth book in the Door County Quilts series, “To Love and to Loathe” by Martha Waters, this is the second book in the Regency Vows series, “In My Dreams I Hold a Knife” by Ashley Winstead, and “The Lights of Sugarberry Cove” by Heather Webber, this book is only in large print.
New Christian Fiction: “Mulberry Hollow” by Denise Hunter, this is the second book in the Riverbend Romance series.
New Mystery: “Robert B. Parker’s Revenge Tour” by Mike Lupica.
New Biography: “Out of the Corner: a Memoir” by Jennifer Grey.
New Non-Fiction: “Plan Your Estate” by Denis Clifford, “How to Prevent the Next Pandemic” by Bill Gates, and “Flea Market Garden Style: 350+ Fresh Ideas to Bring New Life to Your Yard!” by Caroline McKenzie.
New Audio Books: “The Investigator” by John Sandford, and “The Baxters” by Karen Kingsbury.
New Movies: “Marry Me,” and “The Requin.”
New TV Season: “Dexter” season 5.
Upcoming Events: May 23-28 StoryWalk: come by the library during business hours for a self-guided StoryWalk featuring the book, “Silly Sally” by Audrey Wood.
May 28th Book Signing: D.K. Alvey will be in the library board room from 9:30-11:30 for the signing of her book “Humacabra: the Curse of Watering Hole.” If you like SciFi and a good mystery you will love this book.
LEGO Fun Day: Join us on June 4th from 1:00-3:00 for an afternoon full of LEGO fun! There will be LEGO car races, building stations, games, prizes and more! Sign-up at the front desk at 1 p.m. the day of the event and enjoy an afternoon exploring the LEGO stations at the library.
Adult Computer Classes: Starting June 6th. Call 270-522-6301 to sign up.
By Pam MettsJohn L. Street Library director
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