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June Nonfiction on order

As Cooked on Tiktok: Fan Favorites and Recipe Exclusives from More than 40 Tiktok Creators! a Cookbook
Building a Second Brain: A Proven Method to Organize Your Digital Life and Unlock Your Creative Potential by Dirk Smillie
Cabin Fever: The Harrowing Journey of a Cruise Ship at the Dawn of a Pandemic by Michael Smith
The Catch Me If You Can: One Woman’s Journey to Every Co...

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New Fiction on order for June

Matt Bondurant -- Oleander City
Geraldine Brooks -- Horse
Jeffrey B. Burton -- The Lost: a Mace Reid K-9 Mystery
Jenny Colgan -- An Island Wedding
David Duchovny -- The Reservoir
Mario Escobar -- The Teacher of Warsaw
Loren D. Estleman -- Monkey in the Middle: an Amos Walker Mystery
Eva Gates -- Death by Beach Read
June Gervais -- Jobs for...

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2022 Adams County Reads One Book Announced

2022 Adams County Reads One Book Announced

“That’s why I liked the idea of footprints. Their light touch leaves behind a path for others to follow – a sense of the way forward and, perhaps more important, a means to find our way back.”

The above quotation comes from this year’s Adams County Reads One Book selection, a memoir that invites readers to take a year long journey t...

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May DVDs on Order

Agatha Raisin series 4
The Batman
Big Gold Brick
Billions season 6
The Boys seasons 1 & 2
Catch the Fair One
Chelsea Detective series 1
The Contractor
The Devil You Know
Father Stu
Gold
The Gulf seasons 1 & 2
La Brea season 1
Let the Wrong One In
Lucifer seasons 1-5
Morbius
Na...

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Fiction on order for May

Book of Night -- Holly Black
The Lioness -- Chris Bohjalian
Countdown to Midnight -- Dale Brown
Clive Cussler's Dark Vector -- Graham Brown
Thrill of the Hunt – Rita Mae Brown
Every Cloak Rolled in Blood – James Lee Burke
The Hacienda – Isabel Cañas
The View from Coral Cove -- Amy Clipston
You Made a Fool of Death with Your Beauty – Akwaek...

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New DVDs at the library

New DVDs at the library

Spring is here, and as the warmer weather comes, so does a new batch of DVDs at the library.   We have many new releases, nostalgia titles, new seasons of TV shows to binge-watch, and non-fiction documentaries to keep you sustained until summer finally arrives.  The best part is that they are free to borrow with your library card!

New PBS mo...

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June 2022 Large Print on Order

Fiction
Local Gone Missing by Fiona Barton
Horse by Geraldine Brooks
Clive Cussler’s Dark Vector: A Novel from the Numa(r) Files by Graham Brown
An Island Wedding by Jenny Colgan
It All Comes Down to This by Therese Anne Fowler
Love in Plain Sight: An Amish Mail-Order Bride Novel by Kathleen Fuller
More Than You’ll Ever Know by Katie Gutierrez Read More

May Nonfiction On Order

Adventurer: The Life and Times of Giacomo Casanova - Leo Damrosch
After Steve: How Apple Became a Trillion-Dollar Company and Lost Its Soul - Tripp Mickle
Atoms and Ashes: A Global History of Nuclear Disasters - Serhii Plokhy
Back to the Prairie: A Home Remade, a Life Rediscovered - Melissa Gilbert
Born to be Hanged: The Epic Story of the Gentlemen Pirates Who Raided...

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Honor and Memorial Books

Honor and Memorial Books

Have you ever received a book from someone who wrote a note inside the front cover? My grandparents, aunts, uncles and parents always wrote a note to me in the book. For example, if it was my birthday, the note might have said: “Happy Birthday Erica, we love you!” The entry always included their signature and the date the book was given to me. I’ve kept many o...

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Thank you, volunteers!

Thank you to our volunteers!

As we celebrate National Volunteer Week, we would like to take the time to recognize and thank the many volunteers throughout the library system who, every day, work alongside the library staff to support our purpose of connecting people to opportunities that enrich their lives.  

Our volunteers do things such as preparing new books for...

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April DVDs on Order

The Beta Test

Blacklight

BMF season 1

Chesapeake Shores season 5

The Cursed

Cyrano

Dating & New York

Desperate Riders

Dog

T...

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Magazine Love

Magazine Love!

When I was young, I loved reading magazines. I started off, as a lot of young ones do, with Highlights. I loved reading the stories and doing the puzzles every month. As I grew older my tastes matured, and I moved onto more sophisticated magazines, like Tiger Beat and Bop!, where I loved perusing all the photos of the cute celebrity boys of the time, tearing out the pages, and...

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April Fiction On Order

Ellery Adams -- The Vanishing Type
Sarah Adams – The Cheat Sheet
Samantha Allen – Pay Dirt Road
David Baldacci -- Dream Town
The Caretakers – Amanda Bestor-Siegal
Atomic Anna – Rachel Barenbaum
Sarah Bird – Last Dance on the Starlight Pier
Lisa Bird-Wilson – Probably Ruby
Allison Brennan -- The Wrong Victim
Davis Bunn -- Emerald Tid...

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April Nonfiction On Order

A Brief History of Equality by Thomas Piketty
Eat Your Heart Out: All-Fun, No-Fuss Food to Celebrate Eating Clean by Daphne Oz
Everything Left to Remember: My Mother, Our Memories, and a Journey Through the Rocky Mountains by Steph Jagger
Fight Like Hell: The Untold History of American Labor by Kim Kelly
Finding Me: A Memoir by Viola Davis
Incomparable Grace: ...

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