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January 28, 2015   ·   0 Comments

As you walk by the new Children’s Library, you will see that the painting is done, the floor is in and things are moving along. The shelving and circulation desk will be installed next week and then the weekend after that we will be busy putting all the books and new books back… then the fun and exploration begins! Be prepared for an announcement of our Grand Opening!!
More Library news
We have a special feature coming up for our readers young and old for Valentine’s Day. In fact, we’ve got your perfect blind date… with a book. Starting February 6th, YOUR Librarians are playing matchmaker! Here’s how:
1. Pick up one of our wrapped books
2. Check it out.
3. Unwrap it at home
4. Fall in love (or bring it back, no hurt feelings!)
This is a chance to try something new. The books will be marked with Genre, perhaps a few enticing clues but the rest is a surprise until you open the package.
The Shelburne Public Library now offers the opportunity for patrons to sign up for NextReads eNewsletters! Each eNewsletter will suggest new and similar titles to your favourite books and authors, allowing for even more reading enjoyment! When looking at a book in the Library’s online catalogue, scroll down to the bottom of the page and a NextReads eNewsletter will be available—you may even choose to subscribe to this eNewsletter, bringing the suggestions directly to your email. Click on a title within the eNewsletter to see if it is in our collection, and then place a hold to insure your priority in line! It is right below our suggested Other Books you might like when you click on OPAC View, Open this window. Let us know if we can help you with this.
We will be closed the weekend of Family Day, That is, the Saturday of that long weekend, February 14, 15 and Family Day February 16.
Fiction:
Aunty Lee’s deadly specials by Ovidia Yu
Closer to home by Mercedes Lackey
A Demon summer by G.M. Malliet
The Far side of the sun by Kate Furnivall
Lovely, dark, deep: stories by Joyce Carol Oates
Malice by Keigo Higashino
Sidney Sheldon’s Chasing tomorrow by Tilly Bagshawe
Winter Street by Elin Hilderbrand
Gossamer ghost by Laura Childs
Dark spies by Matthew Dunn
Non fiction:
The Skinny gut diet by Brenda Watson
Older, faster, stronger by Margaret Webb
Unstoppable by Beth Parker
The Power of the heart by Baptiste De Pape
Ice gold: Canada’s curling champions by Ted Wyman
Joni Mitchell: in her own words by Malka Marom
Coming ashore by Catherine Gildiner
Being mortal by Atul Gawande
The Innovators by Walter Isaacson
The Next big thing: the Dalton Camp lectures on journalism
Saving Simon by Jon Katz

By Rose Dotten

         

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