Tuesday, June 28, 2011
Join us at the Calhoun Falls Library this Thursday, June 30, for a Worlwide Knit in Public Event! From 6-7 pm, you can learn a simple stitch, meet others in the community, and see all your library has to offer. Don't miss it!
Tuesday, June 21, 2011
The adult summer reading challenge is here! Pick up a brochure at any branch of the library system and start reading. Finish 10 challenges before the end of the summer to win a fun prize!
What else is new? These new titles:
Death Toll by Jim Kelly
"Kelly demonstarates his mastery at creating a convoluted puzzle that must be sorted out by even more complicated detectives. An excellent choice for fans of British police procedurals and 'locked-room' mysteries" (Library Journal).
Disturbance by Jan Burke
"Burke weaves a compelling tale, delivered at a fast-paced clip. The suspense is high and the characters complex" (USA Today).
Fallen by Karin Slaughter
"Move over, Catherine Coulter -- Slaughter may be today's top female suspense writer" (Library Journal).
Watch Me Die by Erica Spindler
"One woman's journey to recovery becomes her worst nightmare . . ."
Smokin Seventeen by Janet Evanovich
The latest exploits of New Jersey's favorite bounty hunter, Stephanie Plum
The Dog who Came in from the Cold by Alexander McCall Smith
"McCall Smith specializes in subplots that punctuate the book like polka dots, relying on his considerable literary skills to link them into a merry pattern of human events" (The Washington Times).
Silver Girl by Elin Hilderbrand
Hilderbrand "captures island life and all the intrigue that occurs when people live so closely together, surrounded by water. And her characters are so real -- you will love them, curse them, but most important, recognize them" (Glamour.com).
Where will your reading take you?
Thursday, June 16, 2011
Join us in the basement of the Abbeville Library on Saturday, June 18 from 9 am to 1 pm. The Friends of the Library will be selling donated and discarded books to raise funds for the libraries. $2.00 for hardcovers and $1.00 for paperbacks. Come take advantage of these great deals, and support your local library at the same time! Too cool!
Tuesday, June 14, 2011
Come one, come all! Summer Reading Kick-off is this Wednedsay, June 15 at 10 am at the Abbeville Library! Magician John Tudor will delight and amaze. Registration for the summer reading program begins right after the show. Don't miss this fabulous, free program!