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November 26, 2014   ·   0 Comments

Holiday Hours
December 24th – to January 4th, opening again on Monday, January 5th, 2015
We complained about the snow storm last week and now the weather changed and we had a wind storm for variety! Some folks in this immediate area are still without power; what a good reason to light that fire and have one or two of our new books on hand.
THIS SATURDAY: November 29-Silent Auction and Book Sale
This might be one of our best ever!! We have so many wonderful items: A lovely rag quilt, a unique wooden folding stepstool, gorgeous gift baskets… a lovely one from Granny Taught Us How, original paintings, special baked goods and so much more. There will be a not to be missed book sale as we have so many books here and an unbelievably beautiful selection of books that will be part of our book baskets.
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Bring in all your overdue books and for a donation of non-perishable food items or toys and we will “forgive” your fines. We will then, donate the food to the Food Bank and help some needy families have a healthy meal.
Children’s Programs:
Friday, December 19th, 10:30 a.m. will be the last Children’s Story time for this year. Renovations are continuing on our new Children’s space and we are excited about all the new books, other materials, and new technologies. There will be lots of surprises when we open that area in the New Year!
Christmas Crafts: Saturday, December 13, at 11:00 a.m.
Join us for a fun Christmas craft for children ages 5 and up. We will ask for a nominal cost recovery fee of $2to ensure your child’s place.
Pizza & Pages, Teen Book Club- Thursday, November 27 at 6 p.m.
Pizza and lots of lively discussion about this month’s selection,the graphic novel, Witch and Wizard by James Patterson, Gabrielle Charbonnet, and Svetlana Chimakova. Afterwards, we will try our hand at creating our own Manga. So drop by for the discussion, the pizza, the drawing, or to pick up next month’s selection, The Thought of High Windows by Lynne Kosisky.
Rose’s Book Club –
Thurs., Nov. 27 at 2 p.m.
Oh my gosh, so many new books. Hard to choose which one to start with first.
We have many of our new fall and winter books arriving daily. Be sure to think about getting a large selection for over the Christmas holidays. Because we don’t have room in this column for all the new books that are arriving daily, please check out the NEW BOOKS section of our Website. The beauty of that is you can immediately put a HOLD on that special book by your favourite author!!! If you are not sure how to do that please come in and we will be happy to show you.
Raging heat by Richard Castle
Broken monsters by Lauren Beukes
Rooms by Lauren Oliver
The Bone clocks by David Mitchell
The Blood crows by Simon Scarrow
Man by Kim Thuy
Goodbye Piccadilly by Cynthia Harrod-Eagles
Fighting chance by Jane Haddam
Ballroom by Alice Simpson
The Witch with no name by Kim Harrison
Leaving time by Jodi Picoult
The Murder bag by Tony Parsons
Murder at Brightwell by Ashley Weaver
Non fiction:
Tomes of terror by Mark Leslie
The Marshmallow test by Walter Mischel
Valour Road by John Nadler
Gwynne’s grammar by N.M. Gwynne
The Morning after by Chantal Hebert
How to be Parisian wherever you are by Anne Berest
The Roosevelts: an intimate history by Geoffrey C. Ward
Colville by the National Gallery of Canada
The Best place to be today by Lonely Planet
Great bear wild by Ian McAllister

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