Future releases added to the catalog.

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ADULT FICTION

Author Title
Andrews, V. C. The Mirror Sisters
Austin, Lynn Waves of Mercy
Brunstetter, Wanda E. The Hawaiian Quilt
Byler, Linda Becky Meets Her Match : An Amish Christmas Romance
Byler, Linda Hester Takes Charge
Chapman, Vannetta Sarah s Orphans
Childs, Laura Egg Drop Dead
Clark, Mary Higgins The Sleeping Beauty Killer
Clark, Mindy Starns My Sister s Prayer
Eicher, Jerry S. Until I Love Again
Gray, Shelley Shepard A Sister s Wish
Gunn, Robin Jones Kissing Father Christmas
Hannon, Irene Tangled Webs
Hunter, Denise Just a Kiss
Palmer, Diana Denim and Lace
Patterson, James Kill or Be Killed : 4 Bookshots Thrillers
Rollins, James The Seventh Plague
Snelling, Lauraine From This Day Forward

 

ADULT NON-FICTION

Author Title
Amen, Daniel G. The Brain Warrior s Way
Coulter, Ann H. In Trump We Trust
Friedman, Thomas L. Thank You for Being Late
Klein, Edward Guilty As Sin
LaHaye, Tim F. Who Will Face the Tribulation?

 

LARGE PRINT

Author Title
Bradford, Barbara Taylor The Cavendon Luck
Rollins, James The Seventh Plague

 

BOOK ON CD

Author Title
Evans, Richard Paul Mistletoe Secret
Flynn, Vince Order to Kill
Grisham, John The Whistler
Hooper, Kay Wait for Dark
Sparks, Nicholas Two by Two

 

Marcia Ledin, Technical Services Manager

Future releases added to the catalog

New titles by your favorite authors have been added to the catalog. John Grisham, James Patterson, Danielle Steel and others. Click here to search for and place holds on these titles.

 

ADULT FICTION

Aarons, Kathy Behind Chocolate Bars
Archer, Jeffrey This Was a Man
Baldacci, David No Man s Land
Bradford, Laura Eclair and Present Danger
Brown, Rita Mae Cakewalk
Bunn, T. Davis The Domino Effect
Cabot, Meg The Boy Is Back
Carlson, Melody The Christmas Angel Project
Child, Lee Night School
Coble, Colleen Twilight at Blueberry Barrens
Connelly, Michael The Wrong Side of Goodbye
Connolly, Sheila Dead End Street
Cornwell, Patricia Daniels Chaos : A Scarpetta Novel
Cussler, Clive Odessa Sea
Davis, Krista The Diva Serves High Tea
Evanovich, Janet Turbo Twenty-Three
Evans, Richard Paul The Mistletoe Secret
Finch, Kay The Black Cat Knocks on Wood
Flynn, Vince Order to Kill
Grisham, John The Whistler
Hoffman, Alice Faithful
Howard, Linda Frost Line
Johansen, Iris Night Watch
Kennedy, Mary A Premonition of Murder
Mcandrews, Jennifer A Shattering Crime
Morrigan, Laura Take the Monkey and Run
Patterson, James Cross the Line
Preston, Douglas The Obsidian Chamber
Sawyer, Kim Vogel Guide Me Home
Sparks, Nicholas Two by Two
Steel, Danielle The Award
Woods, Stuart Sex, Lies, and Serious Money

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New music CDs added to the catalog

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Artist Title STREET DATE

 

TOP 40
Garbage Strange little birds 6/10/2016
Nick Jonas Last year was complicated 6/10/2016
Mumford & Sons Johannesburg 6/17/2016
Radiohead A moon shaped pool 6/17/2016
Red Hot Chili Peppers The getaway 6/17/2016
The Avett Brothers True sadness 6/24/2016

 

COUNTRY

 

Dan + Shay Obsessed 6/3/2016
Various Artists NOW that’s what I call country, volume 9 6/10/2016
Maren Morris Hero 6/3/2016
Frankie Ballard El Rio 6/10/2016
Jon Pardi California sunrise 6/17/2016

 

Marcia Ledin, Technical Services Manager

Prevent the ‘summer slide’ and Read – For the Win!

Readers of all ages are encouraged to read like a champ and bring home the gold this summer as part of the East Central Regional Library’s 2016 summer reading program: Read – For the Win! Youths in preschool through teen are welcome to participate, along with those from all generations, in many of the programs, contests and activities offered. All are free and open to the public.

Reading from June to September is important to prevent the “summer slide,” as children who don’t read during the summer can lose up to two months of learning by the time they return to school in the fall. In fact, children who participate in summer reading programs and read a minimum of six books over the break score higher in reading and math when they return to school. This reflects solid preparation and confidence in reading by the time the first bell rings in the new school year.

To succeed in school and life, children and young adults need ongoing opportunities to learn and practice essential skills. Libraries are part of the solution, and summer reading programs remind kids that reading is for fun – as well as for learning. Just think … more than 82 million children attend library programs every year.

Stop by your local East Central Regional Library to learn more about this year’s summer reading program and don’t forget to Read – For the Win!

Source: Dominican University IMLS-funded research: Public Library Summer Reading Programs Close the Reading Gap http://bit.ly/dom.edu (PDF).

New Music CDs added to the catalog

 

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Artist Title STREET DATE
TOP 40
Posner, Mike At Night, Alone 5/6/16
Rae, Corrine Bailey The Heart Speaks In Whispers 5/13/16
Trainor, Meghan Thank You 5/13/16
Fifth Harmony 7/27: Standard Edition 5/20/16
Real Friends The Home Inside My Head 5/27/16
Clapton, Eric I Still Do 5/20/16
Grande, Ariana Dangerous Woman 5/20/16
 

COUNTRY

Bentley, Dierks Black 5/27/16
Lauper, Cyndi Detour 5/6/16
Swindell, Cole You Should Be Here 5/6/16
Urban, Keith Ripcord 5/6/16
Nettles, Jennifer Playing With Fire 5/13/16

 

Marcia Ledin, Technical Services Coordinator