New Books 6/19/17

Murder and mayhem abound in this week’s selections along with books about exploring the past in order to understand the present.  In addition, a book on ways to develop communication skills written by Emmy Award-winning actor, Alan Alda.   Before We Were Yours by Lisa Wingate Learning that her grandmother was a victim of the […]

New Books 6/12/17

This week’s lineup includes books on how to stay healthy, how to live with cancer, how to find out what your cat is thinking, and how the Bible works, a memoir and a diary, an adventure, some short stories and more!   Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman A socially awkward, routine-oriented loner […]

Summer Computer Classes Offer Two Ways to Enhance Your Photos

Summer is often a time for vacations and always a time for pictures.  But sometimes pictures don’t turn out exactly as planned.  In the digital age, however, there are options.  Two options, one a familiar Adobe product and the other a lesser known free product, will be covered in two afternoon classes at the library […]

New Books 6/5/17

Quests both new and old, the Korean War and the Bone Wars, relationships both meaningful and dysfunctional, and beautiful quilts are all just a library card away!   Assassin’s Fate by Robin Hobb Continuing their quest to save Fitz’s daughter and destroy the sinister order that threatens her, Fitz and the Fool confront the most […]