Some of the newly arrived materials at the Adams Memorial Library in Woodbury include:
ADULT FICTION: Cain—HeartSick; Atherton—Aunt Dimity slays the dragon; Vachss—Another life; Sefton—Dropped dead stitch; Andrews—Blue Christmas; Sandford—Heat lightning; DeLillo—Point Omega; Hamilton—Flirt; Bohjalian—Secrets of Eden.
JUVENILE FICTION: Patron—The Higher power of lucky. Stine—Beware! R. L. Stine picks his favorite scary stories; Stead—When you reach me.
PICTURE BOOKS: Cousins—Yummy; Pollack—So many monsters!; Portis—A Penguin story; Pinckney—Lion and the Mouse; Arnold—I spy, Fly Guy!
ADULT NONFICTION: Stanley—Man of constant sorrow; Metcalfe—Being dead is no excuse…The Official Southern ladies guide to hosting the perfect funeral; A to Z of Sewing: Muir—Computers for seniors for dummies; Vile—Proverbs from the poety preacher; Hirsch—Willie Mays, the life, the legend; Connelly—Doubletake; Draper, et al—Complete book of horses and riding.
PAPERBACK FICTION: Strohmeyer—Bubbles betrothed; Strohmeyer—Bubbles ablaze; Strohmeyer—Bubbles abroad; Strohmeyer—Bubbles all the way; Strohmeyer—Bubbles in trouble; Bass—Flesh and bone.
LARGE PRINT: Wiseman—Plain promise; Carie—Wind dancer; King—Under the dome; Gilbert—Committed, a skeptic makes peace with marriage; Chevalier—Remarkable creatures; Lescroart—Treasure hunt; Krentz—Fired up; Stoker—Dracula, the Un-dead; Parker—Iron River; Peterson—Dawn’s prelude; Bunn—Hidden Flame.
DVD’s: My life in ruins; The Taking of Pelham 123; My one and only.
The Adams Memorial Library is now offering volunteer genealogical research help three times each week. On Tuesdays, Lynn Foster Bush will be available 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. On Wednesdays, Dell Thomas Harrell will offer help 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. and on Thursdays, Peggy Wilson Tate will continue to help you 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. These ladies know Cannon County and the resources of the history room.
The campaign to get as many registered borrowers as we can continues. We are up to 4200 this week.