“I love that moment when you’re reading a book and the whole world around you does not exist anymore.” — unknown

Did you know April is Drop Everything and Read Month? Stop by the library and check out a few books and drop everything and read!

Pam’s Pick this week is: “The Paris Library” by Janet Skeslien Charles. This is the story of Odile Souchet. In Paris 1939 she had it all, a handsome boyfriend and her dream job at the American Library in Paris, working with the legendary director, Dorothy Reeder. Odele loses everything she holds dear when World War II breaks out. In 1983 Odile is living in Montana. Her neighbor, a lonely teenage named Lily longs for adventure and soon learns of Odile’s mysterious past. They find they have a lot in comment.

New Fiction: “Northern Spy” by Flynn Berry, “Tell No Lies” by Allison Brennan, this is the second book in the Kara Quinn series, “The Women of Chateau Lafayette” by Stephanie Dray, “No Way Out” by Fern Michaels, “The Red Book” by James Patterson, “Eternal” by Lisa Scottoline, and “Double Jeopardy” by Stuart Woods.

New Christian Fiction: “A Patchwork Past” by Leslie Gould, the second book in the Plain Patterns series, and “The Chosen: I Have Called You By Name” by Jerry B. Jenkins, the first book in the Chosen series.

New Mystery: “Anchored Inn” by Karen MacInerney, this is the 10th book in the Gray Whale Inn series.

New Biography: “Beautiful Things: a Memoir” by Hunter Biden.

New Non-fiction: “Be a Work in Progress: and Other Things I’d Like to Tell My Younger Self” by John Cena, “The Crime Book,” “Native Plant Gardening for Birds, Bees & Butterflies” by Jaret Daniels, “Simply Sustainable: Moving Towards Plastic-Free, Low-Waste Living” by Lily Cameron, and “Fodor’s Essential England.”

New Audio Books: “The Power Couple” by Alex Berenson, “The Vineyard at Painted Moon” by Susan Mallery, and “Blink of an Eye” by Iris Johansen.

New DVDs: “Monster Hunter,” “Stars Fell on Alabama,” and “The Magic School Bus Rides Again: Blast Off!”

New TV Season: “The Chosen” season 1.

Happy reading!

Reach Pam Metts, John L. Street Library director, at 244 Main St., Cadiz, or call 270-522-6301.

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