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Latest Addtions August 16, 2010

Posted by stacey in Fiction.
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Hmm. Can anyone out there explain to me why some Mondays are just more Monday-ish than others? It doesn’t totally make sense, you know? For most of us it’s always the start of the work week, it’s always 24-hours long, and it’s always followed by the generally overlooked Tuesday (no disrespect to Tuesday, but it’s a place-holder between Monday and the half-way mark to the work week Wednesday.) So what do you think makes some Mondays so much more … intense? Feel free to think about it and then share your ideas, okay? Thanks!

Two bonus features to this Monday? First- it’s only two days until the big Adult Summer Reading Celebration! Carol and I are super excited to hear what everyone’s been reading, we’ll be sharing some snacks, and best yet -we’ll be giving away one more amazing basket of goodies, plus plenty of individual books to our reading friends!! Come on over to the library on Wednesday, August 18th at 2pm and head for the Community Room, we’ll be waiting for you! And second -a fabulous list of Latest Additions:

My Bonny Light Horseman by L.A. Meyer
Blood Oath by Christopher Farnsworth
A Stranger in the Family by Robert Barnard
The Liar’s Lullaby by Meg Gardiner
Gone ’til November by Wallace Stroby
Second Glance by Jodi Picoult
A Dog’s Purpose by W. Bruce Cameron
The Girl Who Played with Fire by Stieg Larsson

Now you’ve got a tough job to do on this Monday… how to decide which book to start with! Oh decisions, decisions!

— Stacey

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