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NEW LARGE PRINT FOR JUNE 2015

 Fiction

Eeny Meeny by M.J. Arlidge 

Robert B. Parker’s Kickback by Ace Atkins

The Darkling Child by Terry Brooks

Tail Gait by Rita Mae Brown

Happiness for Beginners by Katherine Center

The Forgotten Room by Lincoln Child

Robert Ludlum’s The Janson Equation by Douglas Corleone

Piranha by Clive Cussler

Texas Tough by Janet Dailey

Solitude Creek by Jeffrey Deaver

Blueprints by Barbara Delinsky

Radiant Angel by Nelson DeMille

A Memory of Violets by Hazel Gaynor

What I Love About You by Rachel Gibson

The Dad Play On by Heather Graham

Cash Landing by James Grippando

At the Water’s Edge by Sara Gruen

The Reluctant Midwife by Patricia Harman

Don’t Go Home by Carolyn Hart

What's Cooking?: Quiche in the Limelight

Quiche

The delectable quiche is making a comeback!  It is one of the most versatile dishes that can be served for breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner.  With an addition of a bright green leafy salad, it becomes a complete and satisfying meal.  Made into bite-sized portion as mini quiches or cut in tiny squares, they are wonderful as appetizers for cocktail parties or eaten as snacks.   It can be eaten hot or cold and perfect at room temperature which makes it conveniently portable for traveling or outdoor entertaining such as picnics, beach party, and road trips.  Quiche can be dressed up elegantly to serve for formal occasions as well as casual get-togethers like potlucks.  It is great in whatever season!

Friday Movie for Teens is Jurassic Park

 

Oh, yeah. Oooh, ahhh, that’s how it always starts. Then later there’s running and screaming.”

Movie at 4 pm.  Laser Tag at 6 pm.  Must register using your library card.  For ages 12 and up.

Laser

New DVD Releases for June 2nd

We have three new titles for Tuesday, June 2nd.  They are:

Focus (Drama - Will Smith)

Jupiter Ascending (Sci-Fi - Mila Kunis)

Pretty Little Liars: Season 5

New Mysteries June 2015

Mr. Campion's Fox by Mike Ripley
Fatal Chapter by Lorna Barrett
Purl Up and Die by Maggie Sefton
Reluctant Matador by Mark Pryor
Eeny Meeny by M.J. Arlidge
Corrupted Memory by Ray Daniel
Privy to the Dead by Sheila Connolly
Finders Keepers by Stephen King
Time of Death by Mark Billingham
Final Reveille by Amanda Flower
Flame Out by M.P. Cooley
Don't Go Home by Carolyn G. Hart
Checked Out by Elaine Viets
Murder on Amsterdam Avenue by Victoria Thompson
Thin Air by Ann Cleeves
Body in the Birches by Katherine Hall Page
Little Black Lies by Sharon Bolton

New DVD Titles, June 2015

Accidental Love          (Jessica Biel)                                                 Comedy

American Sniper                                                                            Drama

New Romance Fiction for June 2015

In paperback:

Cherry Lane by Rochelle Alers (6, Cavanaugh Island) C, O
Wed to the Montana Cowboy by Carol Arens (Harlequin Historicals) H, W
Make You Mine by Jackie Ashenden (2, Nine Circles) C, E, M
All of Me by Jennifer Bernard (1, Love between the Bases) C
The Unlikely Lady by Valerie Bowman (3, Playful Brides) H
Way of the Warrior by Suzanne Brockmann, Julie Ann Walker, Catharine Mann, et al. C
      (Pbk-Romance Way)
Pleasured by Candace Camp (2, Secrets of the Loch) H
Back to You by Lauren Dane (3, Hurley Boys) C
Falling Hard by HelenKay Dimon (2, Bad Boys Undercover) C, M

New Speculative Fiction for June 2015

New to our shelves:

Straits of Hell by Taylor Anderson (10, Destroyermen) A (SF Anderson)
The Water Knife by Paolo Bacigalupi A, SF, M (SF Bacigalupi)
The Scarlet Gospels by Clive Barker (3, Book of the Art) H
Long Black Curl by Alex Bledsoe (3, Tufa) F, H, R
Elysium: or, the World After by Jennifer Marie Brissett SF, A, R
The Vorrh by B. Catling (1, The Vorrh) F, M, A
A Dance of Chaos by David Dalglish (6, Shadowdance) F, M
One Rainy Day in May by Mark Z. Danielewski (1, The Familiar) H, F
Day Shift by Charlaine Harris (2, Midnight, Texas) H, M
Eighth Grave after Dark by Darynda Jones (8, Charley Davidson) F, H, M, R

Here Be Dragons

For creatures of myth, dragons certainly get around.

As long as we've been writing the history of ourselves, we've been writing about dragons.  They're sculpted on Babylon's Ishtar Gate and described on Agamemnon's armor in the Iliad.  They adorn a temple in Teotihuacan and are depicted in seashells beside a Chinese grave over six thousand years old.  There are dragon legends from every continent except Antarctica (unless you count Dragon Glacier).  You've probably heard some of their names before: Lotan. Tiamat. Fei Lian. Ladon. Yamata-no-Orochi. Quetzalcoatl. Y Ddraig Goch. Fafnir. 

New Music Releases, June 2015

Action Bronson.  Mr. Wonderful                                          RAP ACTI MR

Avital, Avi.  Vivaldi                                                             CLAS AVIT VIVA

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