Dear Friends and Book Lovers,
I’ve decided to start off each newsletter with our hours of operation, just so you know: Saturday, April 15, we will be open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Annex Building in the library’s large parking lot.
Collectors Corner: The Kentucky special at our last sale did very well and we have one book to add on that subject: WEIRD KENTUCKY: YOUR TRAVEL GUIDE TO KENTUCKY’S LOCAL LEGENDS AND BEST KEPT SECRETS by Jeffrey Scott Holland (2008, $2).
In addition, we are celebrating the Lewis & Clark Expedition with a few more books: WILDERNESS JOURNEY: THE LIFE OF WILLIAM CLARK by William E. Foley (signed by the author, 2004, $15); IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF LEWIS AND CLARK by Gerald Snyder (1970, $2); LEWIS & CLARK: VOYAGE OF DISCOVERY by Stephen Ambrose (1998, $2); AMERICAN ODYSSEY: THE JOURNEY OF LEWIS AND CLARK by Ingvard Henry Eide (1969, $2); EXPLORING WITH LEWIS AND CLARK: THE 1804 JOURNAL OF CHARLES FLOYD, edited by James Holmberg (2004, $3); and GEORGE ROGERS CLARK & LOCUST GROVE by Gwynne Potts and Samuel Thomas (2006, $4).
On the Special Sale Table: Happy Easter! What beautiful weather we are being blessed with! Everything in our Religion Section will be selling for 50 cents hardback and 25 cents paperback. We have an Easter music CD and two Easter DVDs. Books by your favorite Christian writers like Billy Graham, Max Lucado, Thomas Kinkade and Henri Nouwen are here plus THE PASSION with photos from Mel Gibson’s movie and many hymnals and Bibles.
Of course, the Easter Bunny has visited and left some treats for young and old alike.
Choice Selections Fiction: A MAN CALLED OVE by Fredrik Backman; THE SECOND EMPRESS, a novel of Napoleon’s court by Michelle Moran; WHEN THE MOON IS LOW by Nadia Hashimi; and PLAYING WITH FIRE by Tess Gerritsen.
Choice Selections Non-Fiction: THE WAR ON ALCOHOL: PROHIBITION AND THE RISE OF THE AMERICAN STATE by Lisa McGirr; GETTING THE PRETTY BACK: FRIENDSHIP, FAMILY AND FINDING THE PERFECT LIPSTICK by Molly Ringwald; DEADLY WANDERING: A MYSTERY, A LANDMARK INVESTIGATION AND THE ASTONISHING SCIENCE OF ATTENTION IN THE DIGITAL AGE by Matt Richtel; ATTACK OF THE DERANGED MUTANT KILLER SNOW GOONS by Bill Watterson; LUCKY BASTARD: MY LIFE, MY DAD AND THE THINGS I’M NOT ALLOWED TO SAY ON TV by Joe Buck; and ENCYCLOPEDIA OF EXOTIC TROPICAL FISHES FOR FRESHWATER AQUARIUMS by Glen Axelrod & Brian Scott.
Animals & Pets: THE MOTH BOOK: A GUIDE TO THE MOTHS OF NORTH AMERICA by W. J. Holland; FAVORITE DOG STORIES by James Herriot; A DOG’S LIFE: A BOOK OF CLASSIC PHOTOGRAPHS from Life Magazine; CATS 24/7: EXTRAORDINARY PHOTOGRAPHS OF WONDERFUL CATS by Rick Smolan and David Cohen; I’M JUST A CAT MATTRESS by Susan Sturgill; and FROM BAGHDAD TO AMERICA: LIFE LESSONS FROM A DOG NAMED LAVA by Jay Kopelman.
Art: We have a huge, wonderful donation of art books! Here are just a few of the titles: LANDSCAPES IN ACRYLICS by Charles Evans; PAINTING GREETING CARDS IN COLOR by Jacqueline Penney; DISCOVERING ART HISTORY by Gerald Brommer; PASTEL SCHOOL by Hazel Harrison; IMPRESSIONISTS, fifty color plates from Phaidon; MASTERING THE WATERCOLOR WASH by Joe Garcia; MASTERING THE ART OF WATERCOLOR by Wendy Jelbert and Ian Sidway; PAINTING LANDSCAPES WITH ATMOSPHERE by Ray Balkwill; WATERCOLOR SKIES & CLOUDS: TECHNIQUES OF 23 INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS, edited by Larry Charles; ACRYLICS: THE WATERCOLOR ALTERNATIVE by Charles Harrington; CLASSIC TECHNIQUES FOR WATERCOLOR LANDSCAPES by Ray Smith; THE WATERCOLORIST’S ESSENTIAL NOTEBOOK: LANDSCAPES by Gordon McKenzie; PERSPECTIVE WITHOUT PAIN by Phil Metzger; CREATING CREATURES OF FANTASY AND IMAGINATION: EVERYDAY INSPIRATION FOR PAINTING FAIRIES, ELVES, DRAGONS AND MORE by Claudia Nice; WATERCOLOUR HILLS & MOUNTAINS by Arnold Lowrey; IDEALS OF BEAUTY: ASIAN AND AMERICAN ART IN THE FREER AND SACKLER GALLERIES; THE LITTLE BOOK OF VAN GOGH by Juliet Rodway; and many, many more!
Automobiles: THE COMPLETE BOOK OF MUSTANG by the editors of Consumer Guide.
Biography: HOW TO TALK DIRTY AND INFLUENCE PEOPLE by Lenny Bruce; LENNY: THE REAL STORY OF LENNY BRUCE by Valerie Smith; SENATOR JOE McCARTHY by Richard Rovere; ST. FRANCIS OF ASSIS by Johannes Jorgensen; FOOTPRINTS OF A PILGRIM: THE LIFE AND LOVES OF RUTH BELL GRAHAM; FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT: A RENDEZVOUS WITH DESTINY by Frank Freidel; EINSTEIN: HIS LIFE AND UNIVERSE by Walter Isaacson; TENNESSEE WILLIAMS: THE LAST STAGE by Bruce Smith; A BOLD FRESH PIECE OF HUMANITY by Bill O’Reilly; THE LIFE AND DEATH OF ELVIS PRESLEY from Harrison House; THE SHORTER PEPYS, selected and edited by Robert Latham; JOHN ADAMS by David McCullough; LOUISA MAY ALCOTT: THE WOMAN BEHIND LITTLE WOMEN by Harriet Reisen; and CROMWELL: THE LORD PROTECTOR by Antonia Fraser.
Finally, are there any Beatles fans out there? We have seven paperbacks and one hardback about the lads from Liverpool and they will be in a special display on the wooden shelves: SHOUT: THE BEATLES IN THEIR GENERATION by Philip Norman; THE MAN WHO GAVE THE BEATLES AWAY by Allan Williams and William Marshall; APPLE TO THE CORE: THE UNMAKING OF THE BEATLES by Peter McCabe and Robert Schonfeld; THE LONGEST COCKTAIL PARTY: AN INSIDER’S VIEW OF THE BEATLES by Richard DiLello; IN HIS OWN WRITE & A SPANIARD IN THE WORKS and LENNON REMEMBERS by John Lennon; BEATLE MADNESS by Martin Grove; and THE BOYS FROM LIVERPOOL: JOHN, PAUL, GEORGE, RINGO by Nicholas Schaffner.
Business: DELIVERING HAPPINESS: A PATH TO PROFITS, PASSION AND PURPOSE by Tony Hsieh, CEO of Zappos.
Christian Fiction: BRYSON CITY TALES by Walt Larimore and DARK HOUR by Ginger Garrett.
Classics: FAMILY by Pa Chin; THE LAST TYCOON by F. Scott Fitzgerald; THE PORTRAIT OF A LADY and THE WINGS OF THE DOVE by Henry James; TEN GREAT MYSTERIES by Edgar Allan Poe; TRAVELS WITH CHARLIE and THE GRAPES OF WRATH by John Steinbeck; FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS by Ernest Hemingway; THE SEA-WOLF by Jack London; THE CATCHER IN THE RYE by J. D. Salinger; PETERSBURG by Andrei Bely; THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME AND OTHER WORKS by Victor Hugo; IT HAPPENED TO DIDYMUS by Upton Sinclair; and ON THE DAMNED HUMAN RACE by Mark Twain.
Cookbooks: 15-MINUTE FAVORITES by Mr. Food; A TREASURY OF TOP SECRET RECIPES by Todd Wilbur; THE JOY OF JUICING by Gary Null; BEN & JERRY’S HOMEMADE ICE CREAM & DESSERT BOOK by Ben Cohen & Jerry Greenfield; VEGAN COOKING FOR CARNIVORES by Roberto Martin; and CLEAN & HUNGRY: EASY ALL-NATURAL RECIPES FOR HEALTHY EATING IN THE REAL WORLD by Lisa Lillien.
Crafts & Hobbies: HOW TO MARBLEIZE PAPER by Gabriele Grunebaum; THE PAPER BOOK: 187 THINGS TO MAKE by Don Munson and Allianora Rosse; DECORATIVE PAPER CRAFTS by Vivien Frank; GREAT AMERICAN RIFLES AND FRONTIER FIGHTERS by Will Bryant; THE CREATIVE ART OF PAPER CRAFTS by Cheryl Owen; HANDMADE GREETING CARDS by Maureen Crawford; COLLAGE ART: A STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE & SHOWCASE by Jennifer Atkinson; WEAVING WITH REEDS & FIBERS by Osma Tod & Oscar Benson; and COLLECTOR’S ILLUSTRATED ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION: A SHOWCASE OF MORE THAN 2,300 ARTIFACTS MADE, WORN AND USED BY THOSE WHO FOUGHT IN THE WAR FOR INDEPENDENCE by George Neumann and Frank Kravic.
Erotic Non-Fiction: KAMA SUTRA: THE PERFECT BEDSIDE COMPANION, adapted from the translation by Richard Burton.
Fantasy: THE LORD OF THE RINGS by J. R. R. Tolkien; GRAIL PRINCE, a novel of Sir Galahad, QUEEN OF CAMELOT and PRINCE OF DREAMS, a tale of Tristan and Isolde, by Nancy McKenzie; and AFTER ALICE by Gregory Maguire.
Fiction: SCHINDLER’S LIST by Thomas Keneally; SING YOU HOME by Jodi Picoult; MOTHER NIGHT by Kurt Vonnegut; THE LADY OF THE RIVERS by Philippa Gregory; JURASSIC PARK and PIRATE LATITUDES by Michael Crichton; BECOMING GEORGE SAND by Rosalind Brackenbury; THE MYSTERIOUS FLAME OF QUEEN LOANA and THE ISLAND OF THE DAY BEFORE by Umberto Eco; THE DIARY OF EMILY DICKINSON by Jamie Fuller; A LESSON BEFORE DYING by Ernest Gaines; THE KING’S AGENT by Donna Morin; IF I GAINED THE WORLD by Linda Nichols; GHOST FIRES by Keith Dixon; and CORELLI’S MANDOLIN by Louis De Bernieres.
Gardening: WHO NAMED THE FLOWERS: A ROVING DICTIONARY OF NORTH AMERICAN WILD FLOWERS by Mary Durant; HERBCRAFT: A COMPENDIUM OF MYTHS, ROMANCE AND COMMONSENSE by Violet Schafer; and HERBS, edited by Lesley Bremness.
History: AMERICAN DREAMS: THE UNITED STATES SINCE 1945 by H. W. Brands; A LITTLE COMMONWEALTH: FAMILY LIFE IN PLYMOUTH COLONY by John Demos; CHANGES IN THE LAND: INDIANS, COLONISTS AND THE ECOLOGY OF NEW ENGLAND by William Cronon; BROOKLYN BRIDGE: FACT AND SYMBOL by Alan Trachtenberg; THE 1912 ELECTION AND THE POWER OF PROGRESSIVISM by Brett Flehinger; AFTER THE FACT: THE ART OF HISTORICAL DETECTION in two volumes by James Davidson and Mark Lytle; OTHER POWERS: THE AGE OF SUFFRAGE, SPIRITUALISM AND THE SCANDALOUS VICTORIA WOODHULL by Barbara Goldsmith; THROUGH WOMEN’S EYES: AN AMERICAN HISTORY by Ellen DuBois and Lynn Dumenil; FOR CAUSE AND COMRADES: WHY MEN FOUGHT IN THE CIVIL WAR by James McPherson; AN OCEAN APART: THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BRITAIN AND AMERICA IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY by David Dimbleby and David Reynolds; THE BATTLE FOR OKINAWA by Colonel Hiromichi Yahara; THE DOUBLE-CROSS SYSTEM IN THE WAR OF 1939 TO 1945 by J. C. Masterman; THE PURITANS IN AMERICA: A NARRATIVE ANTHOLOGY, edited by Alan Heimert and Andrew Delbanco; WOODROW WILSON & WORLD WAR I, 1917-1921 by Robert Ferrell; TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIETY IN MING CHINA (1368-1644) by Francesca Bray; WHAT DID THE INTERNMENT OF JAPANESE AMERICANS MEAN?, readings selected by Alice Yang Murray; WITCH HUNT: HISTORY OF A PERSECUTION by Nigel Cawthorne; 1776 by David McCullough; McCARTHYISM: THE GREAT AMERICAN RED SCARE by Albert Fried; DYING TO WIN: THE STRATEGIC LOGIC OF SUICIDE TERRORISM by Robert Pape; INTERVENTION: THE UNITED STATES AND THE MEXICAN REVOLUTION, 1913-1917 by John Eisenhower; FAIRFAX COUNTY IN VIRGINIA: A PICTORIAL HISTORY by Ross and Nan Netherton; WASHINGTON’S SPIES: THE STORY OF AMERICA’S FIRST SPY RING by Alexander Rose; THE WAY WE WERE: 1963, THE YEAR KENNEDY WAS SHOT by Robert MacNeil; THE AYATOLLAH BEGS TO DIFFER: THE PARADOX OF MODERN IRAN by Hooman Majd; PASSING STRANGE: A GILDED AGE TALE OF LOVE AND DECEPTION ACROSS THE COLOR LINE by Martha Sandweiss; THE SIEGE OF LENINGRAD by Alan Wykes; and three pamphlets from the Historical Arms Series: THE FUSIL DE TULLE HUNTING GUN IN NEW FRANCE 1691-1741 by Russel Bouchard, FRENCH ARMS DRILL OF THE 18TH CENTURY by J. A. Houlding and THE FRENCH SOLIDER IN COLONIAL AMERICA by Rene Chartrand.
Horror: THE ZOMBIE SURVIVAL GUIDE by Max Brooks and PRIDE AND PREJUDICE AND ZOMBIES by Seth Grahame-Smith.
Humor & Commentary: WOMEN ON THE EDGE, four cartoon books on women’s life by Maitena; and DRESS YOUR FAMILY IN CORDUROY AND DENIM by David Sedaris.
Kentuckiana: A JESSE STUART READER; THE MIDLANDER by Booth Tarkington; THE CIRCUS IN WINTER by Cathy Day; FAITH AND MEANING IN THE SOUTHERN UPLANDS by Loyal Jones; WILDERNESS PLOTS by Scott Russell Sanders; MATRON OF HONOR by Sallie Bingham; FEAR AND LOATHING IN LAS VEGAS by Hunter Thompson; THE BELIEVERS: A NOVEL OF SHAKER LIFE and MISS WILLIE by Janice Holt Giles; and WINNING WITH FAMILY by Joe Huber.
Large Print: A SUITABLE VENGEANCE by Elizabeth George and SHADOW TAG by Louise Erdrich.
Medicine: NATURE’S HEALING ARTS: FROM FOLK MEDICINE TO MODERN DRUGS by Lonnelle Aikman; THE FOLK REMEDY ENCYCLOPEDIA: OLIVE OIL, VINEGAR, HONEY AND 1,001 HOME REMEDIES by the editors of FC&A Medical Publishing; and IF DISNEY RAN YOUR HOSPITAL: 9 ½ THINGS YOU WOULD DO DIFFERENTLY by Fred Lee.
Music: SIMPLY GUITAR by Steve Mackay.
Music CDs: Wow! We have three boxed sets of music CDs and the first one is amazing—the Bob Dylan Biograph, with over 50 songs on 3 discs, notes on all the songs and a large, biographical pamphlet. Joan Baez, Rare, Live & Classic also has 3 CDs and song notes. NILS LOFGREN: FACE THE MUSIC has 10 CDs and a pamphlet.
Mystery: NO SECOND CHANCE by Harlan Coben and CREOLE BELLE by James Lee Burke.
True Crime: ATTORNEY FOR THE DAMNED: A LAWYER’S LIFE WITH THE CRIMINALLY INSANE by Denis Woychuk and HUNTING EVIL: INSIDE THE IPSWICH SERIAL MURDERS by Paul Harrison.
New & Notable: LOONEY TUNES IRON-ON TRANSFERS; JUST DUCT TAPE IT from Leisure Arts; SOLOMON GRUNDY, a pop-up rhyme retold and illustrated by Nick Bantock; THERE ARE ALLIGATORS IN OUR SEWERS & OTHER AMERICAN CREDOS by Paul Dickson & Joseph Goulden; THE WORLD OF EDWARD GOREY by Clifford Ross; MAGIC WITH EVERYDAY OBJECTS by George Schindler; LEFTIES: THE ORIGINS & CONSEQUENCES OF BEING LEFT-HANDED by Jack Fincher; and FUN WITH STRING: A COLLECTION OF STRING GAMES, WEAVING AND MAGIC WITH STRING AND ROPE by Joseph Leeming.
New Age & Parapsychology: WHEELS OF LIGHT: CHAKRAS, AURAS AND THE HEALING ENERGY OF THE BODY by Rosalyn Bruyere; THE VOYNICH MANUSCRIPT: THE MYSTERIOUS CODE THAT HAS DEFIED INTERPRETATION FOR CENTURIES by Gerry Kennedy; OUTRAGEOUS BETRAYAL: THE DARK JOURNEY OF WERNER ERHARD FROM EST TO EXILE by Steven Pressman; SUPERNATURAL: MEETINGS WITH THE ANCIENT TEACHERS OF MANKIND by Graham Hancock; INTRUDERS: THE INCREDIBLE VISITATIONS AT COPLEY WOODS by Budd Hopkins; WAR OF THE WORLDVIEWS: WHERE SCIENCE AND SPIRITUALITY MEET—AND DO NOT by Deepak Chopra; THE LOVE MAGIC BOOK: POTIONS FOR PASSION AND RECIPES FOR ROMANCE by Gillian Kemp; THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF WITCHCRAFT & DEMONOLOGY by Rossell Robbins; ART AND SYMBOLS OF THE OCCULT by James Wasserman; A NEW ENCYCLOPEDIA OF FREEMASONRY by Arthur Waite; and TAPPING THE HEALER WITHIN by Robert Callahan.
Paranormal Romance: RAPTURE by Jacquelyn Frank.
Philosophy: HSUN TZU: BASIC WRITINGS, translated by Burton Watson; FROM SHAKESPEARE TO EXISTENTIALISM by Walter Kaufmann; and THE WORLDLY PHILOSOPHERS by Robert Heilbroner.
Poetry: THE BEST OF ROBERT SERVICE.
Politics: CHINESE NEGOTIATING BEHAVIOR: PURSUING INTERESTS THROUGH ‘OLD FRIENDS’ by Richard Solomon and GUANTANAMO: WHAT THE WORLD SHOULD KNOW by Michael Ratner and Ellen Ray.
Reference: THE PROFESSOR AND THE MADMAN: A TALE OF MURDER, INSANITY AND THE MAKING OF THE OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY by Simon Winchester.
Science & Nature: THE AMAZING UNIVERSE by Herbert Friedman; EVEREST: MOUNTAIN WITHOUT MERCY by Broughton Coburn; and GREAT DISCOVERIES: AN AMAZING JOURNEY THROUGH SPACE AND TIME from Time Magazine.
Science Fiction: 2010: ODYSSEY TWO by Arthur C. Clarke; STAR WARS: THE NEW JEDI ORDER by Greg Keyes; STAR WARS: SHIELD OF LIES by Michael Kube-McDowell; SEVENEVES by Neal Stephenson; and TIME FOR THE STARS, HAVE SPACE SUIT, WILL TRAVEL and CITIZEN OF THE GALAXY by Robert Heinlein.
Sociology: A GIFT OF HOPE: HELPING THE HOMELESS by Danielle Steel;
Sports: Now that March Madness is over, we have SMOOTH MOVES: JUKING, JAMMING, HOOKING & SLAMMING, BASKETBALL’S PLAYS, PLAYERS, ACTION & STYLE by Derek Gentle—the cover is made to resemble the rough surface of a basketball.
Theater: EVERYMAN AND OTHER MIRACLE AND MORALITY PLAYS (Anonymous); SCENE DESIGN AND STAGE LIGHTING by Oren Parker and Craig Wolf; THE DIRECTOR’S VISION: PLAY DIRECTION FROM ANALYSIS TO PRODUCTION by Louis Catron; and THE THEATER EXPERIENCE by Edwin Wilson.
Travel: SEVEN YEARS IN TIBET by Heinrich Harrer; THROUGH THE EYES OF THE GODS: AN AERIAL VISION OF AFRICA and THROUGH THE EYES OF THE CONDOR: AN AERIAL VISION OF LATIN AMERICA by Robert Haas; and HOW TO SURVIVE ANYTHING, ANYWHERE by Chris McNab.
Westerns & American Indians: PEOPLE OF THE LAKES and PEOPLE OF THE MASKS by Kathleen and Michael Gear; AND NOT TO YIELD: A NOVEL OF THE LIFE AND TIMES OF WILD BILL HICKCOCK by Randy Lee Eickhoff; and INDIANS AND OTHER AMERICANS: TWO WAYS OF LIFE MEET by Harold Fey & D’Arcy McNickle.
DVD: The library has gifted us with more great movies on DVD. To name a few, we have GANDHI with Ben Kingsley; ALFRED HITCHCOCK: THE LEGEND BEGINS; CROUCHING TIGER, HIDDEN DRAGON with Michelle Yeoh; FOOTLOOSE with Kevin Bacon; BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN with Heath Ledger; JURASSIC WORLD with Chris Pratt; and BATMAN BEGINS with Christian Bale.
FOR THE CHILDREN
Easter Display: We have many Easter Bunny picture books for the kids including THE COUNTRY BUNNY AND THE LITTLE GOLD SHOE by Du Bose Heyward with pictures by Marjorie Flack complete with a tiny, golden shoe. Greg Hilderbrandt has illustrated Bonnie Worth’s THE STORY OF PETER COTTONTAIL’S SURPRISE. We have PEARL’S PASSOVER by Jane Zalben and a very nice HE IS RISEN Activity & Resource Book from Nest Entertainment.
The Easter Bunny has visited and we have four tiny straw Easter baskets set out with candy—plus more candy at the cashiers’ desk and on the back display table.
Board Books for Little Ones: UGLY DUCKLING by Hans Christian Andersen (a Record-a-Story edition, but I don’t think it works); MY GOODNIGHT BOOK by Eloise Wilkins; and DISNEY’S LOOK & FIND WRITE-AND-ERASE.
Hardback Picture Books: JUST IMAGINE WITH BARNEY by Mary Shrode with pictures by Mary Grace Eubank; WHAT’S A FRAGGLE by Louise Gikow with pictures by Barbara McClintock; THE TALE OF TRAVELING MATT by Michaela Muntean with pictures by Lisa McCue; DISNEY’S BEAUTY AND THE BEAST and DISNEY’S BEAUTY AND THE BEAST: THE PERFECT PARTY by Ronald Kidd; CURIOUS GEORGE by H. A. Rey; IF YOU GIVE A MOUSE A MUFFIN by Laura Numeroff with pictures by Felicia Bond; KIDS’ FAVORITE STORYBOOK COLLECTION: VOLUME ONE from Inchworm Press; I LOVE HUGS from QEB Publishing; and THE BERRY BEST PARTY BOOK by Suzanne Francis.
Paperback Picture Books: DICK AND JANE HIDE AND SEEK by Kristin Ostby with pictures by Larry Ruppert; SCAREDY-CAT FISH by Marcus Pfister; EVEN MORE PARTS by Tedd Arnold; BIG RED BARN by Margaret Wise Brown with pictures by Felicia Bond; IF YOU GIVE A MOUSE A COOKIE, IF YOU TAKE A MOUSE TO SCHOOL and IF YOU GIVE A PIG A PANCAKE by Laura Numeroff with pictures by Felicia Bond; FIND SCRUNCHEON AND TOUTON ALL AROUND NEWFOUNDLAND by Nancy & Laurel Keating; and GOING TO THE DOCTOR by Anne Civardi with pictures by Stephen Cartwright.
Series Books: JUNIE B. JONES, TOOTHLESS WONDER by Barbara Park.
Non-Fiction: I SPY SUPER CHALLENGE by Jean Marzollo and DINOSAURS by Kris Hirschmann.
Children’s Art: THE SECOND ANTI-COLORING BOOK by Susan Striker; MOBILES by Harry Zarchy; THE USBOURNE ART TREASURY: PICTURES, PAINTINGS AND PROJECTS by Rosie Dickins; DRAWING FOR OLDER CHILDREN & TEENS by Mona Brookes; YOU CAN DRAW FANTASTIC ANIMALS: A STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE FOR YOUNG ARTISTS by Grahame Corbett; and CAT’S CRADLE, OWL’S EYES: A BOOK OF STRING GAMES by Camilla Gryski.
Children’s Poetry: NOTHING BUT MIRACLES by Walt Whitman with pictures by Susan Roth and TAKE ME OUT OF THE BATHTUB AND OTHER SILLY DILLY SONGS by Alan Katz with pictures by David Catrow.
Newbery Shelf: MILLIONS OF CATS by Wanda Gag and BRIDGE TO TERABITHIA by Katherine Paterson.
Classics: GREAT ILLUSTRATED AESOP’S FABLES and GULLIVER’S TRAVELS retold by Rochelle Larkin.
We also have a 16-volume set of World Treasury of Children’s Literature from World Publishing with classics like KING ARTHUR, ROBIN HOOD, ALICE IN WONDERLAND, MOTHER GOOSE and more, all for just $3.
Ready-to Read: NOW YOU CAN READ ABOUT STRANGE CREATURES by Rita Grainge; NOW YOU CAN READ ABOUT SPACE TRAVEL by Stephen Attmore; HENRY AND MUDGE AND THE FOREVER SEA and HENRY AND MUDGE AND THE SNOWMAN PLAN by Cynthia Rylant; OH, THE THINKS YOU CAN THINK, FOX IN SOCKS and WACKY WEDNESDAY by Dr. Seuss; DISNEY’S A DREAM FOR A PRINCESS (Level 2) by Melissa Lagonegro; and SHOO, FLY GUY by Tedd Arnold.
Young Adult & Intermediate Fantasy: SEPTIMUS HEAP: MAGYK by Angie Sage.
Finally a reminder—when you join the Friends of the Library, you are supporting all the library’s programs and resources in your community. Ask at the cashier’s desk when you check out—joining is easy! And don’t forget to go to the library’s website at www.nafclibrary.org to find out about all the neat FREE programs that are available in part because you are a Friends member.