Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows isn’t the only movie based on a book that will be opening in the next couple of months. Read on to see what else to put on your reading list so that you can be prepared the next time you go to the theater. This list is gleaned from [...]
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Author Patricia Wood will be letting us pick her brain about her book Lottery at the next meeting of the “So Many Books, So Little Time” book discussion group. She will join us via Skype from her home in Hawaii. The meeting is on Sunday June 26th from 3-4:30 PM.
This month’s pick, Sisterchicks Go Brit! by Robin Jones Gunn, is a light, pleasant, “feel-good” read–the perfect way to welcome summer.
Welcome to the world of Ted Dekker, who exposes evil in all it’s gruesomeness, but also shows the power of God’s light that overcomes evil’s darkness. In Adam that evil comes in the form of “Eve”–a serial killer hunted by Daniel Clark.
Water for Elephants isn’t the only movie based on a book that will be opening in the next couple of months. Read on to see what else to put on your reading list so that you can be prepared the next time you go to the theater. This list is gleaned from information gathered from [...]
It’s a familiar story…the newest, hottest book by your favorite authors are all checked out and there is a long waiting list. Sometimes you might get lucky and find a copy in our bestseller express collection, but if you don’t here are some suggestions from Novelist Plus of similar books that you might enjo
Finding Stephanie by Susan May Warren is a light, romantic escape that also uplifted my spirit with its focus on the outcast being made whole through God’s love.
Try one of these novels featuring U.S. Presidents as characters in honor of President’s Day: George Washington Citizen Washington by William Martin Washington and Caesar by Christian Cameron Mount Vernon Love Story by Mary Higgins Clark To Try Men’s Souls by Newt Gingrich George Washington, Frontiersman by Zane Grey Thomas Jefferson Sally Hemings by Barbara [...]
This month’s pick– Zora and Nicky by Claudia Mair Burney–examines the racial divide in U.S. Christian culture through the eyes of two modern day Christians who fall in love. It’s been said the the most racially divided hours in the US are between 9 and 12 on Sunday mornings when Christians go to church within their [...]
In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes–Benjamin Franklin The library has started receiving tax forms, instructions, and publications for distribution to the public. Some forms, such as the instruction booklets for the Federal 1040 and 1040 A books have been delayed. We do not expect to receive these [...]
Review of Once a Spy by Keith Thompson I felt like I got a double dose of excitement from this thriller with a twist. Charlie is a down on his luck gambler used to trying to beat the odds. But he never imagined having to gamble on his very life–with the skills of his Father, a [...]