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New Music Releases, February, 2012

 

Bieber, Justin.  Under the Mistletoe                                                      R BIEB UTM  D23

Boys II Men.  Twenty                                                                            R&B BOYZ TWE U69

New DVDs for February, 2012

THREE DAY DVDS

50/50

Abduction (Taylor Lautner)

Another Happy Day (Ellen Barkin)

Big Year, The (Owen Wilson)

Contagion

Don’t be Afraid of the Dark (Katie Holmes)

Dream House (Daniel Craig)

Drive (Ryan Gosling)

Final Destination 5

Guard, The (Don Cheadle)

Hangover Part II, The

I Don’t Know How She Does It (Sarah Jessica Parker)

Ides of March, The

In Time (Justin Timberlake)

Killer Elite (Clive Owen)

Moneyball

Puncture (Chris Evans)

Real Steel

Rise of the Planet of the Apes (James Franco)

Shark Night

Thing, The

Vanishing On 7th Street

What’s Your Number?

Whistleblower, The (Rachel Weisz)

TWO WEEK DVDS

New DVD Releases for February 7th, 2012

We have three new titles for Tuesday, February 7th.  They are:

Anonymous (Vanessa Redgrave)

Fireflies IN the Garden (Ryan Reynolds)

Rebound, The (Catherine Zeta-Jones)

New Fiction Audiobooks for February

BCD Barry
     Lunatics
by Dave Barry and Alan Zweibel.  Read by the authors with Mark Thompson, Sean Kenin and Orlagh Cassidy.  6 discs.  6+ hours.     “Phillip Horkman is a by-the-rules kind of guy, a pet-store owner and soccer referee. Jeffrey Peckerman is a profane forensic plumber…. The New Jersey suburban dads collide when Horkman disqualifies what would have been a game-winning score made by Peckerman's daughter. The two embark on escalating violence that takes them on a wild car chase that gets viewed as a possible terrorist threat by the police.”
     Booklist 12/15/11

BCD Bond   
     Shock of War
by Larry Bond and Jim DeFelice.  10 discs.  11+ hours.

BCD Bradford
     Breaking the Rules
by Barbara Taylor Bradford.  Read by Katherine Kellgren.  11 discs.  13 hours.

BCD Clare

Teen Youth Board

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Chanda Bhandal and Marie Yatsyk, two of our officers got our members involved in a game of identity at the January 30th meeting.   Our next meeting will be Tuesday, February 28 at 7 pm in the library Meeting Room.  All teens interested in volunteering at the library should attend. Any special project or event will be discussed at that time.  New members are always welcome and we have great refreshments too.

Nonfiction Audiobooks winter 2012

BCD 158.1 Carnegie
     How to Win Friends & Influence People
by Dale Carnegie.  Read by Andrew MacMillan.  10 discs.  10+ hours.

BCD 158.1 Covey
     The 3rd Alternative: solving life’s most difficult problems
by Stephen R. Covey.  Read by Boyd Craig.  3 discs.  3+ hours.

BCD 248.4 Osteen
     Every Day a Friday: how to be happier 7 days a week
by Joel Osteen.  Read by the author.  8 discs.  9+ hours.

BCD 330.973 Dent
     The Great Crash Ahead: strategies for a world turned upside down
by Harry S. Dent.  Read by the author.  10 discs.  10+ hours.

BCD 330.973 Sachs
     The Price of Civilization
by Jeffrey D. Sachs.  Read by Richard McGonagle.  8 discs.  9+ hours.

BCD 364.163 Henriques

Audit for 2011

Science on the Web

What does your child view on the internet?  Practical jokes, funny animal videos, mindless games??  Science News  is a magazine of the Society for Science and the Public.  Explore this website for current research and education in the fields of science.  You will be happy that your young ones are learning.   They will get a view of this school subject in a whole new light.  Recent topics include:                                                                                                                            

New DVD Releases for January 30th, 2012

We have six new titles for Tuesday, January 30th.  They are:

Big Year, The (Owen Wilson)

Contagion (Matt Damon)

Dream House (Daniel Craig)

Drive (Ryan Gosling)

In Time (Justin Timberlake)

Thing, The (Horror)

Hungry for Love

"The sensuality of her cooking did strange things to him. He couldn't stop thinking of the woman in the kitchen who wielded such power and magic. Did she possess the alchemy to distill brutal longing and infuse her food with it? Or did she serve forth undiluted desire disgused as nothing more alarming than a dish of creme caramel? ... When he ate, there was only the food. And there was only the cook."
- Sherry Thomas, Delicious

In my family, food has always meant love.  The cups of cocoa my grandmother shared with me after school, the last cookie she'd save especially for me, were just as much expressions of her love as her hug at the door.  My mother's special birthday dinners, holiday baking, my father's weekend pancakes-- all love, clearly spoken, even when the words themselves felt awkward to say aloud.  "I care about you." "I want to see you happy."  "I love you."

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