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New and Featured Books for 01/02/2013:

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Come and check out these and some of the other new books and materials (or at least new to us) added to our library collection…


The Child’s Child by Ruth Rendell (writing as Barbara Vine)

A Killer In The Wind by Andrew Klavan

Mad hilarity, merciless action, dark cynicism, and incorruptible bravery.

Gun Machine by Warren Ellis

Grave Sight by Charlaine Harris and William Harms and illustrated by Denis Medri

Die Easy by Zoë Sharp

Big Sky River by Linda Lael Miller

This is such a great cover.

Star Wars: Scoundrels by Timothy Zahn

Daddy Love by Joyce Carol Oates

Doctor Who: The Wheel Of Ice by Stephen Baxter

The Road To Cardinal Valley by Earlene Fowler

Too bright and too loud.

Too Bright To Hear Too Loud To See by Juliann Garey

Shadow Woman by Linda Howard


Autism: The Scientific Truth About Preventing, Diagnosing, And Treating Autism Spectrum Disorders – And What Parents Can Do Now by Robert Melillo

May Cause Miracles: A 40-Day Guidebook To Subtle Shifts For Radical Change And Unlimited Happiness by Gabriel Bernstein

Life Below Stairs: True Lives Of Edwardian Servants by Alison Maloney

A Higher Call: An Incredibly True Story Of Combat And Chivalry In The War-Torn Skies Of World War II by Adam Makos with Larry Alexander

Why so many predictions fail...

Why So Many Predictions Fail – But Some Don’t by Nate Silver

The 8 Hour Diet: Watch The Pounds Disappear Without Watching What You Eat! by David Zinczenko, with Peter Moore

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Please note that books mentioned here could be checked out between the time they end up on the blog and when you come to check them out. If you don’t see the items you’re looking for then please come up to the front desk, OR call us, OR send us an email at and  we’ll put your name on the reserve list for when the item returns.

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Previous New/Featured books for Adults:







I (Heart) February.

Hey everybody, don’t forget that…

That’s right. February is American Heart Month. Sadly, most of us have known someone who has suffered or died from a heart attack or stroke, so it makes sense that in the same month that you’d especially take the time to love your significant other, that you’d also remember to take care of yourself, and your heart.

That’s why we’re happy to tell you about Million Hearts, an education and prevention program launched last year by the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and whose goal is to prevent one million heart attacks and strokes over the next five years in this country.

This is a very noble cause and an extremely necessary one, especially considering that 1 in 3 people in the United States have some form of heart disease, which can include severe chest pain, heart attacks, heart failure, and strokes, and that cardiovascular disease is still the leading cause of death in this country, with 1 in 3 deaths resulting from heart attacks or strokes.

Million Hearts also provides some helpful and simple ABCS to keep in mindon a day to day basis or when talking to your doctor:

  • Appropriate Aspirin Therapy for those who need it.
  • Blood Pressure Control.
  • Cholesterol Management.
  • Smoking Cessation.

We really hope you’ll check Million Hearts out, or at least use it as a reminder to make good choices about eating, exercising, heart disease/stroke prevention, or possibly giving up smoking, which is a leading contributor to heart disease.

And please don’t forget that we have some good books and DVDs at the library about taking care of yourself and staying heart healthy, through diet, exercise, and more.

We really hope you’ll come and check them out and take care of yourself.