Clay County Public Library News
3 November 2022
The Library has a lot of new books coming out this week.
In the children’s section we have added; Superheroes are everywhere by Kamala Harris, Pete the Cat I Love my White Shoes by James Dean, Blue Bison Needs A Haircut by Scott Rothman, A Place for Mulan by Marie Chow, Baby’s First Things That Go by Saviour Pirotta, an illustrated version Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone byt J.K. Rowling, Noragami 1-3 by Adachitoka, The Sour Grape by Jory John and Pete Oswald, Time for School, Litle Blue Truck by Alice Schertle, The Nightmare Before Christmas Manga by Jun Asuka, Diary of a Wimpy Kid Diper Overlode by Jeff Kinney, Green is for Chritmas by Drew Daywalt, The Bad Guys in The Others by Aaron Blabey and, The Maze Cutter by James Dashner.
In the adult section this week, we have the following books; Regretting You by Colleen Hoover, It Starts with Us by Collen Hoover, The Witches of Moonshyne Manor by Biana Marais, Small Town Big Magic by Hazel Beck, Feeding Littles and Beyond: 100 Baby Led Weaning Friendly Recipes the Whole Family will Love by Ali Maffucci, The It Girl by Ruth Ware, String of Pearls by Melody Carlson, The Never King by Nikki St. Crowe, Love in the time of Serial Killers by Alicia Thompson, The Instant Kitchen Cookbook by Coco Morante, CURE: Your Fatigue by Morley M. Robbins, Triple Cross: An Alex Cross Thriller by James Patterson, All I Want for Christmas by Maggie Knox, The Daughter of Auschwitz by Tova Friedman, and Verity by Colleen Hoover.
We will be having our monthly fundraiser for the Children’s fund. Drop your presents off and we will wrap them. All proceeds will go to the children. Prices will vary by the size of the present. Call the library for more details.
Coloring sheets have been taken to the school for our monthly coloring contest. If there are any children who are homeschooled, please feel free to stop by the library and get a copy and join in on the fun.
Quote of the week
"Bad libraries build collections, good libraries build services, great libraries build communities."
R. David Lankes