Dear Friends and Book Lovers,

I’ve decided to start off each newsletter with our hours of operation, just so you know: Saturday, February 18, 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: I’m going to start with one of the oldest books we’ve ever received: ROKEBY, a poem by Sir Walter Scott from 1813. Unfortunately, its condition precludes a high price, but you can hold this 204-year-old book in your hands for just $5.

In Classics, we have a very good copy of THE BLITHEDALE ROMANCE by Nathaniel Hawthorne (1900, $5). There is also THE LIBRARY OF CHOICE LITERATURE, an 8-volume set of prose and poetry selected from the most admired authors—some like Keats and Burns have stood the test of time, but others have not (1881, $20 for the 8-volume set).

In Poetry, Robert Service’s RHYMES OF A ROLLING STONE (1917, $2) has no illustrations but our RUBAIYAT OF OMAR KHAYYAM, in the Edward Fitzgerald translation, features beautiful full-page color art by Edmund Dulac (1937, $3).

Speaking of art, we have another very nice book on Picasso, PICASSO LITHOGRAPHS by Fernand Mourlot (1970, $15).

In History, look for a 2-volume set of THE FRENCH REVOLUTION OF 1789 by John Abbott (1887, $4 for the set). And the World War II buff will love THE U.S. ARMY IN WORLD WAR II ATLAS: THE EUROPEAN THEATER from the National Historical Society (1996, $3).

From Hoosier Lew Wallace comes THE BOYHOOD OF CHRIST with gold stamping on the cover and numerous full-page lithographs inside (1889, $4).

Finally, for the children, we have GRIMM’S FAIRY TALES with charming illustrations by Fritz Kredel (1945, $3). Parents, be aware that these stories are NOT the Disney versions but stick to the original where Snow-White’s stepmother dances to her death in hot iron shoes at the wedding and Cinderella’s stepsisters have their eyes pecked out by doves and “for their wickedness and falseness were punished with blindness for the rest of their days.” The Grimm brothers could be grim!

On the Special Sale Table: The third Saturday in February brings us to Presidents Day and a 50% discount on all books in the Biography Section. You’ll find books by and about our presidents up until President Obama on the display table.

Choice Selections Fiction: AN ANCIENT PEACE by Tanya Huff; SEE Me by Nicholas Sparks; YELLOW CROCUS by Laila Ibrahim; ROGUE LAWYER by John Grisham; NIGHT WATCH by Linda Fairstein; THE MINIATURIST by Jessie Burton; and EDGE OF ETERNITY by Ken Follett.

Choice Selections Non-Fiction: FROM THE LANDS OF THE SCYTHIANS: ANCIENT TREASURES FROM THE MUSEUMS OF THE U.S.S.R., 3000 B.C.-100 B.C., published by the Metropolitan Museum of Art; SMITH VOICES: SELECTED WORKS BY SMITH COLLEGE ALUMNAE, edited by Patricia Skarda; THE HUNTINGTON: LIBRARY, ART GALLERY, BOTANICAL GARDENS by Elizabeth Pomeroy; MONET’S YEARS AT GIVERNY: BEYOND IMPRESSIONISM by Daniel Wildenstein; SURREALISM: THE DREAM OF REVOLUTION by Richard Leslie; THE NOT SO BIG HOUSE COLLECTION by Sarah Susanka; and RUN TO THE MOUNTAIN: THE JOURNALS OF THOMAS MERTON, VOLUME ONE 1939-1941, edited by Patrick Hart.

Animals & Pets: THE LIVES OF BIRDS: BIRDS OF THE WORLD AND THEIR BEHAVIOR by Lester Short; BIRDS: THEIR LIFE, THEIR WAYS, THEIR WORLD from Reader’s Digest; NORTH AMERICAN BIRDS by Barbara Burn; THE LIFE & LORE OF THE BIRD IN NATURE, ART, MYTH AND LITERATURE by Edward Armstrong; BIRDS IN YOUR BACKYARD: A BIRD LOVER’S GUIDE TO CREATING A GARDEN SANCTUARY by Robert Dolezal; THE BIG LITTLE BOOK FOR DOGS by Joan Ross (comes with its own bone-shaped cookie cutter); and POT BELLIES AND OTHER MINIATURE PIGS by Pat Storer.

Art: AMERICAN & EUROPEAN PAINTINGS from the Schwarz Gallery; THE HUNTINGTON ART COLLECTION; ART TREASURES FROM JAPAN; RICHARD DIEBENKORN: PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS, 1943-1976; THE DECORATIVE ARTS OF THE MAORI by T. Barrow; AMERICAN PAINTING OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY by Barbara Novak; A DECADE OF COLLECTING 1965-1975 from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; DADA, SURREALISM AND THEIR HERITAGE by William Rubin; ISLAMIC ART, edited by Pratapaditya Pal; OLD MASTER DRAWING FROM AMERICAN COLLECTIONS by Ebria Feinblatt; “THE MACHINE,” from the Museum of Modern Art; MEXICAN ART by Justino Fernandez; NEW ZEALAND PAINTING: AN INTRODUCTION by Gordon Brown & Hamish Keith; UTRILLO: 16 BEAUTIFUL FULL COLOR PRINTS from Harry Abrams; THE ART OF THE SURREALISTS by Edmund Swinglehurst; KOKOSCHKA, edited by Jose Maria Faerna; EDWARD HOPPER: THE ART AND THE ARTIST by Gail Levin; BONNARD by Sarah Whitfield and John Elderfield; LOUISE BOURGEOIS, edited by Frances Morris; WILLEM DE KOONING by Paul Cummings et al; THE WORLD OF TITIAN C. 1488-1576 by Jay Williams; THE WORLD OF GAINSBOROUGH 1727-1788 by Jonathan Leonard; MASTERS OF ITALIAN ART: CANALETTO by Dorothea Terpitz; ART NOUVEAU: AN ANTHOLOGY OF DESIGN AND ILLUSTRATION, selected by Edmund Gillon; and THE STYLE OF THE CENTURY: 1900-1980 by Bevis Hillier.

Biography: REASON FOR HOPE: A SPIRITUAL JOURNEY by Jane Goodall; FRANK SINATRA: AN AMERICAN LEGEND by Nancy Sinatra (comes with a CD of Frank’s reminiscences of his career); SURPRISED BY JOY: THE SHAPE OF MY EARLY LIFE by C. S. Lewis; AUDUBON: A BIOGRAPHY by John Chancellor; THE PRIVATE LIVES OF THE IMPRESSIONISTS by Sue Roe; FARGO ROCK CITY: A HEAVY METAL ODYSSEY IN NORTH DAKOTA by Chuck Klosterman; GRACE, GOLD AND GLORY: MY LEAP OF FAITH by Gabrielle Douglas; THE ANDY WARHOL DIARIES, edited by Pat Hackett; LOUIS SULLIVAN: HIS LIFE AND WORK by Robert Twombly; and MIES VAN DER ROHE: A CRITICAL BIOGRAPHY by Franz Schulze.

Christian Fiction: FIRST IMPRESSIONS: AN AMISH TALE OF PRIDE AND PREJUDICE by Sarah Price and ARKANSAS by Christine Lynxwiler.

Classics: THE CATCHER IN THE RYE by J. D. Salinger; LITTLE WOMEN and LITTLE MEN by Louisa May Alcott; THE SOUND AND THE FURY by William Faulkner; MADAME BOVARY by Gustav Flaubert; JANE EYRE by Charlotte Bronte; MOBY-DICK by Herman Melville; EMMA by Jane Austen; CANNERY ROW and THE GRAPES OF WRATH by John Steinbeck; THE GREAT GATSBY by F. Scott Fitzgerald; DUBLINERS by James Joyce; POINT COUNTER POINT by Aldous Huxley; and THE MEMOIRS OF SHERLOCK HOLMES by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

Cookbooks: SOMERSIZE CHOCOLATE: 30 DELICIOUS RECIPES FOR THE CARB-CONSCIOUS CHOCOLATE LOVER by Suzanne Somers and MORE EDIBLE ART: 75 FRESH IDEAS FOR GARNISHING by David Paul Larousse.

Crafts, Hobbies & Collectibles: EASY CARPENTRY PROJECTS FOR CHILDREN by Jerome Leavitt; WARMAN’S AMERICAN POTTERY & PORCELAIN by Susan & Al Bagdade; BEST EVER CRAFT PROJECT BOOK: 300 STUNNING EASY-TO-MAKE CRAFT PROJECTS, edited by Lucy Painter; HOW OLD IS THIS HOUSE: A SKELETON KEY TO DATING AND IDENTIFYING THREE CENTURIES OF AMERICAN HOUSES by Hugh Howard; and THE DECORATIVE THIRTIES by Martin Battersby.

Erotic Fiction: REAL MEN LAST ALL NIGHT by Lora Leigh et al. and UNCOMMON PASSION by Anne Calhoun.

Fantasy: BLOOD LINES, BLOOD PRICE, BLOOD TRAIL, WIZARD OF THE GLOVE and THE SILVERED by Tanya Huff; THE GIRL WHO CIRCUMVENTED FAIRYLAND by Catherynne Valente; PRIMAL by Lora Leigh et al; HOT SPELL by Emma Holly et al; BEYOND THE DARK by Angela Knight et al; VOYAGER, DRAGONFLY IN AMBER and DRUMS IN AUTUMN, all part of the Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon; and THE RED PLAGUE AFFAIR by Lilith Saintcrow.

Fiction: THE CASUAL VACANCY by J. K. Rowling; THE LAST ORIGINAL WIFE by Dorothea Benton Frank; GONE WITH THE WIND by Margaret Mitchell; THE EDIBLE WOMAN by Margaret Atwood; BURNING YOUR BOATS, a collection of short stories by Angela Carter; HEARTBREAK HOTEL by Anne Rivers Siddons; SONGS OF WILLOW FROST by Jamie Ford; I STILL DREAM ABOUT YOU by Fannie Flagg; THE LANGUAGE OF FLOWERS by Vanessa Diffenbaugh; THE INVENTION OF WINGS by Sue Monk Kidd; HOUSE RULES, LEAVING TIME and THE TENTH CIRCLE by Jodi Picoult; TRUE TO FORM by Elizabeth Berg; THE MAPMAKER’S DAUGHTER by Laurel Corona; THE KITCHEN HOUSE by Kathleen Grissom; THE PEACH KEEPER by Sarah Addison Allen; and SILENCE by Shusaku Endo.

Foreign Language: WINNIE ILLE PU, a Latin version of WINNIE THE POOH, translated by Alexander Lenard.

Games: AMERICAN CASINO GUIDE 2016.

Gardening: CLASSIC BULBS: HIDDEN TREASURES FOR THE MODERN GARDEN by Katherine Whiteside; THE AUDUBON SOCIETY BOOK OF WILDFLOWERS by Les Line and Walter Hodge; and SUNSET WESTERN GARDEN BOOK, edited by Kathleen Brenzel.

History: HOW DID IT REALLY HAPPEN: DECIDE WHAT YOU BELIEVE ABOUT HISTORY’S INTRIGUING MYSTERIES from Reader’s Digest; NOTHING LIKE IT IN THE WORLD: THE MEN WHO BUILT THE TRANSCONTINENTAL RAILROAD 1863-1869 and THE WILD BLUE: THE MEN AND BOYS WHO FLEW THE B-24S OVER GERMANY by Stephen Ambrose; THE DISCOVERY OF JEANNE BARET: A STORY OF SCIENCE, THE HIGH SEAS AND THE FIRST WOMAN TO CIRCUMNAVIGATE THE GLOBE by Glynis Ridley; OKINAWA: THE LAST BATTLE OF WORLD WAR II by Robert Leckie; HERE IS YOUR WAR by Ernie Pyle; THE QUEEN OF SHEBA by St. John Philby; KINGS AND VIKINGS by P. H. Sawyer; THE MURDERED MAGICIANS: THE TEMPLARS AND THEIR MYTH by Peter Partner; THE NORMAN FATE 1100-1154 by David Douglas; THE WHITE MEN: THE FIRST RESPONSE OF ABORIGINAL PEOPLES TO THE WHITE MAN by Julia Blackburn; THE NORSE ATLANTIC SAGA by Gwyn Jones; THE MONGOL EMPIRE: ITS RISE AND LEGACY by Michael Prawdin; DREADNOUGHT: BRITAIN, GERMANY AND THE COMING OF THE GREAT WAR by Robert Massie; YOUNG MEN AND FIRE by Norman MacLean; PATRIOTS: THE MEN WHO STARTED THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION by A. J. Langguth; DUEL OF EAGLES: THE GREATEST BOOK ON THE BATTLE OF BRITAIN EVER WRITTEN by Peter Townsend; NO HIGHER HONOR: THE U.S.S. YORKTOWN AT THE BATTLE OF MIDWAY by Jeff Nesmith; FREEDOM’S FORGE: HOW AMERICAN BUSINESS PRODUCED VICTORY IN WORLD WAR II by Arthur Herman; SAMURAI by Saburo Sakai; THE GOOD WAR: AN ORAL HISTORY OF WORLD WAR II by Studs Terkel; AN ACE FOR THE EIGHTH: AN AMERICAN FIGHTER PILOT’S AIR WAR IN EUROPE by Norman Fortier; THEY WOULDN’T LET US DIE: THE PRISONERS OF WAR TELL THEIR STORY by Stephen Rowan; ROLL ME OVER: AN INFANTRYMAN’S WORLD WAR II by Raymond Gantter; ALL THE WAY TO BERLIN: A PARATROOPER AT WAR IN EUROPE by James Megellas; MASTERS OF DECEIT: THE STORY OF COMMUNISM IN AMERICA AND HOW TO FIGHT IT by J. Edgar Hoover; THE EMPIRE STATE BUILDING BOOK by Jonathan Goldman; and THE MASTER BUILDERS: ARCHITECTURE IN THE MIDDLE AGES by John Harvey.

We’ve received another nice donation of books on trains—here are some of the titles: RIDING THE LIMITED’S LOCOMOTIVE by Colonel Howard Hill; THE WORLD ENCYCLOPEDIA OF LOCOMOTIVES by Colin Garratt; RAILROADS: THE GREAT AMERICAN ADVENTURE by Charlton Ogburn; THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF TRAINS & LOCOMOTIVES by C. J. Riley and more. These will be shelved together in a special place in History.

Horror: THE OUTLAW DEMON WAILS by Kim Harrison; ABRAHAM LINCOLN, VAMPIRE HUNTER by Seth Grahame-Smith; and DANCING WITH THE DEVIL, HEARTS OF DARKNESS, CHASING THE SHADOWS and KISS THE NIGHT GOODBYE by Keri Arthur.

Humor & Commentary: GARFIELD TREASURY by Jim Davis and THE GREAT BIG GIANT BOOK OF ZIGGY by Tom Wilson.

Kentuckiana: ON THE GO, a collection of recipes from the New Albany-Floyd County School Bus Drivers Association; INDIANA: AN INTERPRETATION by John Martin; BIRDS OF KENTUCKY by Stan Tekiela; GUIDE TO INDIANA VEGETABLE GARDENING by James Fizzell; CONJECTURES OF A GUILTY BYSTANDER by Thomas Merton; VOLUNTEER STREAM MONITORING TRAINING MANUAL 2015 from the Indiana Dept. of Environmental Management; THE KEEPER OF THE BEES by Gene Stratton-Porter; and A TOWER FOR LOUISVILLE: THE HUMANA COMPETITION, edited by Peter Arnell and Ted Bickford.

Large Print: FIREWORKS by Angela Carter and A SUDDEN FEARFUL DEATH by Anne Perry.

Music: RISE UP SINGING: THE GROUP SINGING SONGBOOK, edited by Peter Blood & Annie Patterson and THE COMPLETE IDIOT’S GUIDE TO PLAYING PIANO by Brad Hill.

Mystery: THE AFFAIR, GONE TOMORROW and THE HARD WAY by Lee Child; CIMARRON ROSE, PEGASUS DESCENDING and THE TIN ROOF BLOWDOWN by James Lee Burke; and THE ITALIAN SECRETARY: A FURTHER ADVENTURE OF SHERLOCK HOLMES by Caleb Carr. Also, I have recently discovered Ngaio Marsh, a classic writer known as one of the “Queens of Crime,” alongside Agatha Christie, Dorothy Sayers and other British writers. Ms. Marsh was born in New Zealand and her first name is a type of tree in Maori. We have PHOTO FINISH + two other great mysteries in one volume, all starring the gentleman detective Roderick Alleyn. I loved these books and plan to read more.

New & Notable: YOUR BRAIN, THE MISSING MANUAL: HOW TO GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR MIND by Matthew MacDonald; .HACK//LEGEND OF THE TWILIGHT by Tatsuya Hamazaki (a graphic novel); WHY CATS PAINT: A THEORY OF FELINE AESTHETICS by Heather Busch & Burton Silver; and INCREDIBLE VISUAL ILLUSIONS by Al Seckel.

New Age & Parapsychology: DIARY OF A MEDICAL INTUITIVE by Christel Nani and WHAT YOUR BIRTHDAY REVEALS ABOUT YOU by Phyllis Vega.

Paranormal Romance: Fans of this genre, do we have a treat for you! Our donation is too big for the shelves, so we have them on a cart. Christine Feehan and Angela Knight both have more than ten, and we also have the Chosen One series by Christina Dodd, quite a few by Jayne Ann Krentz, some Heather Graham and Larissa Ione plus eight Time-Swept romances from Sandra Hill. All are paperbacks and all are selling for just a quarter!

Poetry: ARIEL by Sylvia Plath.

Politics: UNDER GOD: THE CLASSIC WORK ON RELIGION AND AMERICAN POLITICS by Garry Wills.

Popular Romance: We have so many historical romances by Christina Dodd that we have had to shelve them on the special Paranormal Romance cart.

Reference: VISUAL ENCYCLOPEDIA from Dorling Kindersley; BIRD BY BIRD: SOME INSTRUCTIONS ON WRITING AND LIFE by Anne Lamott; and THE QUOTABLE WOMAN: WORDS OF WISDOM FROM MOTHER TERESA, KATHARINE HEPBURN, ELEANOR ROOSEVELT AND MORE by Carol Turkington.

Religion: WHAT THE BIBLE IS ALL ABOUT by Dr. Henrietta Mears; GOD: A BIOGRAPHY by Jack Miles; and MERE CHRISTIANITY by C. S. Lewis.

Science & Nature: THE FRAGILE SPECIES by Lewis Thomas; WONDERFUL LIFE: THE BURGESS SHALE AND THE NATURE OF HISTORY by Stephen Jay Gould; and DINOSAUR AND OTHER PREHISTORIC ANIMAL FACT FINDER by Dr. Michael Benton.

Science Fiction: BECOMING ALIEN by Rebecca Ore and HACK// VOL. 1/INFECTION/ and .HACK//VOL. 4/QUARANTINE by Miu Kawasaki.

Sports: THE BICYCLE: THE MYTH AND THE PASSION by Francesco Baroni.

Theater: 27 WAGONS FULL OF COTTON AND OTHER PLAYS by Tennessee Williams.

Television: LIVE FROM NEW YORK: AN UNCENSORED HISTORY OF SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE by Tom Shales and James Andrew Miller.

Travel: IT’S NOT ABOUT THE TAPAS: A SPANISH ADVENTURE ON TWO WHEELS by Polly Evans; LOST WORLDS: EXPLORING THE EARTH’S REMOTE PLACES by David Yeadon; and DARK STAR SAFARI: OVERLAND FROM CAIRO TO CAPE TOWN and FRESH AIR FIEND: TRAVEL WRITINGS by Paul Theroux.

Westerns & American Indians: NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN READER, edited by Frederick Turner; STORY OF THE GREAT AMERICAN WEST from Reader’s Digest; and AMERICA’S WILD WEST: A PICTORIAL SAGA OF OUR FRONTIER HERITAGE from Time-Life Books.

FOR THE CHILDREN

Board Books for Little Ones: I AM A PUPPY by Ole Risom; PIRATE SHIP by Louise Stowell with pictures by Chrystian Fox (comes with little plastic wind-up ship);

Hardback Picture Books: Many of those Little Golden Books; HAPPINESS IS A SAD SONG by Charles Schulz; TWENTY-SIX STARLINGS WILL FLY THROUGH YOUR MIND by Barbara Wersba with pictures by David Palladini; WALT DISNEY’S DUMBO, adapted by Teddy Slater; HARVEY POTTERS’ BALLOON FARM by Jerdine Nolen and Mark Buehner; FANCY NANCY, EXPLORER EXTRAORDINAIRE by Jane O’Connor and Robin Glasser; FROM HEAD TO TOE by Eric Carle; and MOLLY’S PILGRIM, the story of a Russian immigrant girl by Barbara Cohen with pictures by Daniel Duffy.

Paperback Picture Books: THE MITTEN by Jan Brett; FANTASTIC FEARSOME BEASTS: SCARY MONSTERS OF MYTHS AND LEGENDS by Paula Hammond; and FANCY NANCY AND THE LATE, LATE, LATE NIGHT by Jane O’Connor and Robin Glasser.

Children’s Poetry: MY NURSERY RHYME COLLECTION, edited by Karen Comer.

Foreign-Language Picture Books:

Series Books: In the Goosebumps Series by R. L. Stine BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU WISH FOR, GO EAT WORMS, DEEP TROUBLE, NIGHT OF THE LIVING DUMMY, MOST WANTED, THE HAUNTED SCHOOL and GHOST BEACH.

Intermediate Fiction: THE VELVETEEN RABBIT by Margery Williams and THE BFG by Roald Dahl.

Non-Fiction: THE OFFICIAL NANCY DREW HANDBOOK by Penny Warner; CORAL REEFS by Jenny Wood; FINDING OUT ABOUT DESERTS by Angela Wilkes; ANNE FRANK: BEYOND THE DIARY, a photographic remembrance by Ruud van der Rol and Rian Verhoeven; HOW TO DRAW CARTOONS by Syd Hoff; CHINA: A CULTURAL RESOURCE GUIDE by Juliana Yuan; SNOW LEOPARD by Jill Bailey; THE POPCORN BOOK by Tomie de Paola; INTO THE MUMMY’S TOMB: THE REAL-LIFE DISCOVERY OF TUTANKHAMUN’S TREASURES by Nicholas Reeves; WEATHER by Catriona Clarke; VOLCANOES by Stephanie Turnbull; HUMAN BODY—see the human body come alive with pop-ups, booklets and lift-up flaps; WORLD ATLAS FOR YOUNG EXPLORERS from National Geographic; HOW THEY CROAKED: THE AWFUL ENDS OF THE AWFULLY FAMOUS by Georgia Bragg; VOLCANO! by Cynthia Nicolson; HUMAN FOOTPRINT by Ellen Kirk; and INCREDIBLE DINOSAURS by Christopher Maynard.

Children’s Art: PIERRE AUGUSTE RENOIR by Mike Venezia.

Newbery Shelf: MANIAC MAGEE by Jerry Spinelli.

Ready-to Read: CURIOUS GEORGE FLIES A KITE by Margaret and H. A. Rey; AFTER THE DINOSAURS and THE DAY OF THE DINOSAUR by Stan & Jan Berenstain; BABY TRICERATOPS and BABY BRONTOSAURUS by Beth Spanjian; and FOX IN SOCKS, OH, THE THINKS YOU CAN THINK, THE CAT IN THE HAT COMES BACK and ONE FISH, TWO FISH, RED FISH, BLUE FISH by Dr. Seuss.

Young Adult & Intermediate Fantasy: HARRY POTTER AND THE SORCERER’S STONE by J. K. Rowling; WHAT-THE-DICKENS by Gregory Maguire; ICONS by Margaret Stohl; KINGDOM KEEPERS: DISNEY AFTER DARK by Ridley Pearson; SEA OF MONSTERS by Rick Riordan; THE MAZE RUNNER by James Dashner; THE WORLD OF THE HUNGER GAMES by Kate Egan; 100 CUPBOARDS by N. D. Wilson; SKYLANDERS: THE MACHINE OF DOOM by Cavan Scott; FROM BAD TO CURSED and MARIE ANTOINETTE, SERIAL KILLER by Katie Alender; RUINED by Paula Morris; CITY OF BONES by Cassandra Clare; RUSH REVERE AND THE FIRST PATRIOTS by Rush Limbaugh; and VANISHED BOOKS ONE & TWO and VANISHED: BOOKS THREE & FOUR by Meg Cabot.

Young Adult Fiction: WILLFUL IMPROPRIETY, edited by Ekaterina Sedia and THE A CIRCUIT by Georgina Bloombert & Catherine Hapka.

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.