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It's Amazing-Check it Out

Curious about what happens when you hand your browse cards to a Circulation staff member working at the AV desk?  You set in motion a very precise and organized system.  Picture being able to survey a maze from above and you'll see how we work.  With browse cards in hand staff starts walking up and down the various pathways searching for your material.  The first few aisles hold adult DVD's, shelved by genre; entertainment, nonfiction and biography or collection, for example, Blue ray.  Continue up and down the next few aisles for Juvenile material; DVD's, music and VHS.  Keep going to find games and CD-ROMS.  The newspaper collection is shelved down another aisle and includes The New York Times, Post, Daily News, Journal News, Wall Street Journal and financial and local papers as well.  Present your library card and read them in the library.  The music collection is shelved along the entire perimeter of the maze.  When you return your material we get to do this in reverse.  Our maze is amazing and so is the staff.

New Large Print for November 2012

FICTION:
Hiss and Hers by M.C. Beaton

Hearse and Buggy by Laura Bradford

Dick Francis's Bloodline by Felix Francis

Mistress of Mourning by Karen Harper

The Luck Dog Matchmaking Service by Beth Kendrick

Little Century by Anna Keesey

Love They Neighbor by Debbie Macomber

The Uncommon Appeal of Clouds by Alexander McCall Smith

NYPD Red by James Patterson

Karma by Carly Phillips

Hellbox by Bill Pronzini

The St. Zita Society by Ruthe Rendell

Delusion in Death by J.D. Robb

Return to Willow Lake by Susan Wiggs

NON-FICTION:
God: A Story of Revelation by Deepak Chopra

Mum's List by St. John Greene

The Shack Revisited by C. Baxter Kruger

Better Than Google

How the 1938 debate team at Munhall High School (Pa) would have loved using Opposing Viewpoints in Context!  Rather than pour over newspapers and magazines to garner facts for their debates, they simply could have turned to this amazing database.  Alas, they were unable to benefit from it, but you can save yourself all that work. Students can find information on today's hot topics by simply typing their subject into the search box, or browse by topic.  This versatile database contains 5,000+ topic overviews, more than 14,000 pro/con essays, 5 million periodical articles, as well as videos, podcasts, statistical material and much more.  Each topic is thoroughly explored with chronologies, historical backgrounds and loads of facts.

New DVD Releases for October 23rd

We have four new titles for Tuesday, October 23rd.  They are:

Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter

Seeking A Friend For the End Of the World (Keira Knightley)

Take This Waltz (Seth Rogen)

Tyler Perry's Madea's Witness Protection

Change for Children's Shows

Beginning January 2013, we must limit admission to children's programs in the Meeting Room to one adult per child.  We have had to turn away more and more disappointed children over the past few months since the room has been at full capacity.  All adults must show their New City or West Nyack Library cards at the door.  We thank you in advance for your understanding and cooperation so that more children can enjoy their programs!

New DVD Releases for October 16th

We have three new titles for Tuesday, October 16th.  They are:

2016: Obama's America

Moonrise Kingdom

That's My Boy (Adam Sandler)

Scared Silly

It's October, dear readers, and you know what that means: Christmas decorations are going up at the mall!  (Sadly, yes, but not quite the sort of spirit I had in mind.)  No, October means Halloween, and for speculative fiction readers that means lots of hair-raising, spine-tingling, soul-chilling HORROR!  Unless, of course, you're me: a self-confessed horror... wimp

New Romance Fiction for October 2012

Romance Key: X = Holiday; E = erotica/romantica)

In paperback:

How a Lady Weds a Rogue by Katharine Ashe (3, Falcon Club) H, M
Desire the Night by Amanda Ashley C, S
Never Seduce a Scot by Maya Banks (1, The Montgomerys and Armstrongs) H
When the Duchess Says Yes by Isabella Bradford (2, Wylder Sisters) H
Playing to Win by Jaci Burton (4, Play by Play) C, E
Seven Nights in a Rogue's Bed by Anna Campbell (1, Sons of Sin trilogy) H, M
The Lost Night by Jayne Castle (1, Harmony: Rainshadow) SF, S, M
Fool for Love by Beth Ciotta (1, Cupcake Lovers) C

New Speculative Fiction for October 2012

New to our shelves:

House of Bells by Chaz Brenchley (2, Keys to D'Esperance) H
Riveted by Meljean Brook (3, Iron Seas) A, SF, M, R
Full Blooded by Amanda Carlson (1, Jessica McClain) F, H
Monster Hunter Legion by Larry Correia (4, Monster Hunters) F, H
Forge of Darkness by Steven Erikson (1, Kharkanas trilogy) F
The Nemesis List by R. J. Frith (1, Jeven Jones) SF, M
The Kingmakers by Clay & Susan Griffith (3, Vampire Empire) F, H, A
Ghosts: Recent Hauntings by Paula Guran, ed. (4, Recent Monster anthologies) H (Horror Ghosts)
Extreme Zombies by Paula Guran, ed. H (Horror Extreme)

New DVD Releases for October 9th

We have two new titles for Tuesday, October 9th.  They are:

Prometheus (Charlize Theron)

Raven, The (John Cusack)

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