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Hidden Gems - Check it out

No, I'm not writing about a new video game.  'Hidden Gems' refers to the Library's magazine collection located on the lower level reachable by stairs or elevator.  Next time you're at the library take a moment to see over 100 titles on display.  The wide variety of subjects informs, entertains and hopefully expands your knowledge or perks your interest to learn something new.  Magazines in binders do not circulate, please read them at the library, but lift the display shelf to find current issues and a year of back issues.  Topics include art, architecture, cooking, crafts, decorating, economics, entertainment, parenting, health, hobbies, home, news events, senior living, travel, woodworking and so much more.   Magazines are shelved alphabetically and can be reserved. Find titles for the younger set and their parents in the Children's library.  If you think the only place that has magazines is your doctor's office be prepared to be amazed.  Our collection dazzles.  Take a look, make your selection and check them out at the main level circulation desk.  Circulating magazines have a 2-week loan period.

Coming in January

Fiction:

Anonymous. Elimination Night.

Barry, Dave. Insane City

Chevalier, Tracy. The Last Runaway.

Connolly, John. The Wrath of Angels: A Charlie Parker Thriller.

Cornwell, Bernard. 1356: Go with God, but Fight Like the Devil.

Crais, Robert. Suspect

Griffin, W.E.B. & William E. Butterworth IV. Empire and Honor: An Honor Bound Novel.

Meltzer, Brad. The Fifth Assassin

Palmer, Michael. Political Suicide.

Rankin, Ian. Standing in Another Man’s Grave

Saunders, George. Tenth of December.

Taylor, Brad. Enemy of Mine.

Wolf, Dick. The Intercept: A Jeremy Fisk Novel

Woods, Stuart. Collateral Damage.

Non-Fiction:

Shubin, Neil. The Universe Within: Discovering the Common History of Rocks, Planets, and People.

Coming in December

Fiction:

Cleave, Paul. The Cleaner.

Evanovich, Janet. Notorious Nineteen: A Stephanie Plum Novel

Fielding, Joy. Shadow Creek.

Hoag, Tami. The 9th Girl.

Iles, Greg. The Bone Tree.

Preston, Douglas & Lincoln Child. Two Graves.

Tosches, Nick. Me and the Devil.

Saramago, José. Raised from the Ground.

Vine, Barbara. The Child’s Child.

Wiesel, Elie. Open Heart.

Non-Fiction:

Bennett, Tony. Life Is a Gift: The Zen of Bennett.

Passman, Donald S. All You Need To Know About the Music Business.

Steadman, Ralph. The Ralph Steadman Book of Cats.

Coming in November

Fiction:

Baldacci, David. The Forgotten.

Chiaverini, Jennifer. The Giving Quilt: An Elm Creek Quilts Novel.

Connelly, Michael. The Black Box.

Littell, Robert. Young Philby.

McCall Smith, Alexander. The Uncommon Appeal of Clouds.

McCullough, Colleen. The Prodigal Son: A Carmine Delmonico Novel.

Macomber, Debbie. Angels at the Table: A Shirley, Goodness and Mercy Christmas Story.

Munro, Alice. Dear Life: Stories.

Ochse, Weston. SEAL Team 666.

Patterson, James & Michael Ledwidge. Merry Christmas, Alex Cross.

Perry, Anne. A Christmas Garland.

Pullman, Philip. Fairy Tales from the Brothers Grimm: A New English Version.

Non-Fiction:

Ball, Edward. The Tycoon and the Inventor: A Gilded Age and the Birth of Moving Pictures.

NEW DVD RELEASE'S

We have 4 items New Release's

Desparate House Wives 8th and Final Season

Law And order: Special Victims unit 13th year

Marvel's The Avengers

Samaritan

 

 

 

Better Than Google

Thomson Gale Legal Forms is a database that you may never need to use.  But, if you need a legal form, don't want to buy it, don't know where to get it, than this is the database for you.  Legals forms are specialized forms that are not easy to find. If you need a form as simple as a lease, or a living will, do you need to consult an attorney?  You can get them at some mom and pop stationery stores, or large stores like Staples, but the selection is limited.  They are available on-line for a fee from Blumberg Forms, but who wants to pay?  Thomson Gale Legal Forms leases the content from a well known producer of legal forms called US Legal Forms.  These forms are categorized by topic, and easy to find and use.  They can be printed out in various formats, such as Adobe, Microsoft Word and Rich Text.  Some forms can be typed in when you view them for a neat and professional look.

All Aboard! Storytime at Congers Train Station

Can't you hear that whistle blowin' - rise up so early in the morn - well, not so early, really.  10 a.m. isn't early for children ages 3+ who'd like to come on in and hear some stories.  All Aboard! Storytime is back at the Congers Train Station in October, but we've moved to Wednesdays now.  There will be sessions on October 3, 10, (no session on October 17) October 24 and a special spooky edition on October 31~  Also, we'll  be meeting November 14 & 21 (no session November 7).  Don't forget to bring a grown-up and a mat to sit on.  There's plenty of parking and chairs are on-site for the grown-ups.  No registration necessary - come to one session or all.  See you soon!  And be sure to wear a costume if you'd like to on Halloween!

Children's non-fiction treasures!

                                               Our non-fiction stacks are filling up with many new titles written for kids from K - 6th grades.  Have you ever heard of a fennec fox or a bonobo?  Tried to bake a cakepop?  Wondered if you could do origami or fly a paper airplane?  Wanted to know more about an exotic country you've never been to?  Come on in to our children's department and any of our librarians will be happy to help you find a non-fiction title to satisfy your curiosity about many topics.  Oh, and don't forget the biography collection - many famous people have books written about them these days.  How did Usain Bolt come to win Gold in the Summer Olympics? Who started the tradition of the Macy's Thanksgiving Parade balloons?  Where does Lady Gaga find those crazy outfits?  Did Amelia Earhart really get lost?  Which pro wrestling champion has the most interesting life?

Book Review: Witches of East End

 Witches of East End by Melissa del al Cruz

Recommended Age: 15 and up 

Reviewer: Rathna Ramanathan

“There is nothing I can do for her. Not without breaking the
bonds of the restriction. Not without putting myself in danger as
well,” thought Ingrid Beauchamp. Yet it seems that throughout Melissa
de la Cruz’s novel, “Witches of East End”, Ingrid, Freya, and Joanna
Beauchamp continually risk losing their privileges as members of an
incognito Long Island witch family as they succumb to their inner
desires in a mortal world.

I found myself pulled under the spell of Cruz’s simple, yet
flavorful language that will surely draw any older teen or adult.
Witches of East End” represents a novel with wonderful character
development as well as a unique plot design of interwoven narratives
outlining the moral crisis faced by the three most powerful witches of
North Hampton. The only disappointment of novel, if any can be found,
was the slightly cliché ending with the usual made-up names and

New DVD Releases for September 18th

We have seven new titles for Tuesday, September 18th.  They are:

Army Wives: Season Six

Best Exotic Marigold Hotel

Cabin In the Woods (Horror)

Castle: Season Four

Hysteria (Maggie Gyllenhaal)

Katy Perry, the Movie: Part of Me

Magic of Belle Isle (Morgan Freeman)

 

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