Check It Out At The Library

Check It Out At The Library!

JUNE 2010

The following FICTION BOOKS are now available for checkout at the library:

Dean Koontz – Deeply Odd

Mary Monroe – Last Daughters

Janet Dailey – Triumph

Clive Cussler – Zero Hour

Carolyn Haines – Smarty Bones

Ace Atkins – The Broken Places

Fern Michaels – Classified

Carl Weber – Something On The Side

Jussi Adler-Olsen – A Conspiracy of Faith

Jo Nesbo – The Redeemer

Emilie Richards – Endless Chain

Jeff Shaara – A Chain of Thunder

Montaro Caine – Sidney Poitier

Sarah Jio – The Last Camellia

Carl Weber Presents: Full Figure 6 Plus Size Divas

Ridley Pearson – Choke Point

Camilla Läckberg – The Stranger

Barbara Delinsky – Twelve Across

JUNE 2010

The following NON-FICTION BOOKS are now available for checkout at the library:

100 Questions & Answers About Acne

Relish: An Adventure In Food, Style & Everyday Fun – Daphne Oz, co-host of ABC’s The Host)

The Science of Marketing: When To Tweet, What To Post, How To Blog and Other Proven Strategies – Dan Zarrella

Pen & Ink Witchcraft: Treaties & Treaty Making in American Indian History – Colin G. Calloway

Anyone Who Had A Heart: My Life & Music – Burt Bacarach

VJ: The Unplugged Adventure of MTVs First Wave – Nina Blackwood

Smart Tribes, How Teams Become Brilliant Together – Christine Comaford

I, Rhonda – Valerie Harper

Living The Good, Long Life – Martha Stewart

DIY Ideas: Projects & Tips For Every Room – Better Homes & Gardens

Better Homes & Gardens 501 Decorating Ideas Under $100






















APRIL 2010



The following Junior and Young-Adult fiction books are available for check-out at the Winston County Library. Book reviews courtesy of Tricia Arnold.



Leaving Gee’s Bend – by Irene Latham

When Ludelphia Bennett’s mother gets pneumonia, Ludelphia knows there is only one way to save her, even it if means leaving the only home she has ever known.l A good read for middle grades.


The Total Tragedy Of A Girl Named Hamlet – Hamlet Kennedy is embarrassed by her family’s lifestyle, but she may yet find a way to live up to her name. A good read for middle grades.


Best Friends And Drama Queens – by Meg Cabot

When a new girl comes from Canada, Allie is no longer the new girl in school. However, she is not very happy with the new girl’s influence on her friends. Third book in the series.


Boys, Girls and Other Hazardous Materials – by Rosalind Wiseman

Charlie Healy has a chance to make a new start in a new school and to prove that history doesn’t have to repeat itself. A good read for high school age.