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Nook eReaders Recharged

We've freshened up the content of our adult eReaders with dozens of current titles from The New York Times Bestseller lists as well as some favorite classics.  And now you can reserve them in our online catalog or at the reference desk.  Take a look at the selection of fiction, nonfiction and classics.  You're sure to find something to suit your reading tastes.

Our eReaders are perfect for travel, great for weekend read-a-thons brought on by wintry weather, and a godsend for those of us struggling with small print.  Drop by the reference desk soon and check one out.  Or go straight to the catalog and reserve one now.  eReaders are available for New City and West Nyack patrons.  See the entire lending policy here.

Director’s Report to the Board of Trustees for October

The October 2013 New City Library Board Meeting marks the 6th month of my employment.

I am happy that the Board of Trustees has come together to approve unanimously all of the library-beneficial projects that have been placed before them.  They have recognized consistently that what is best for the library is worthy of their support. 

I will offer a few general statements and then review where the library stands on the initiatives that have been proposed and approved for implementation.

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New Fiction October 2013

BCD Atwood
     MaddAddam
by Margaret Atwood.  Read by Bernadette Dunne, Bob Walter, and Robbie Daymond.  11 discs. 
13+ hours. 

BCD Barnhardt
     Lookaway, Lookaway
by Wilton Barnhardt.  Read by Scott Shepherd.  13 discs.  13+ hours.

BCD Brook
     The Aftermath
by Rhidian Brook.  Read by Leighton Pugh.  8 discs.   9+ hours.

BCD Cain
     Let Me Go
by Chelsea Cain.  Read by Christina Delaine.  10 discs.  10+ hours.

BCD Chamberlain
     Necessary Lies
by Diane Chamberlain.  Read by Alison Elliott.  10 discs.  12 hours.

BCD Child
     Never Go Back b
y Lee Child.  Read by Dick Hill.  11 discs.  12+ hours.

BCD Cussler

Documentary Film Showing Rescheduled

The PBS documentary on Henry Ford, which was originally scheduled to be shown on October 3, will now be shown on Wednesday, November 6.  Our program will begin at 1:30 and light refreshments will be served.  Join us for this fascinating film on the life of a man who changed the auto industry forever.

New DVD Releases for October 8th

We have three new titles for Tuesday October 8th.  They are:

After Earth (Will Smith)

The Hangover - Part III

Much Ado About Nothing




What's Cooking?: On the Road...

Are you captivated by food shows like I am?  When there aren’t any good films showing on television, I always surf the food and travel channels.  I seem to gravitate toward food shows that go on the road or travel through exotic places and cultures such as Bizarre Foods, Anthony Bourdain’s No Reservations, Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives, and The Great Food Truck Race. One reason why I don’t tire from watching is the coverage of such diversified foods from the familiar to the unusual. It is just fascinating to observe the creative cooking that abounds in humble surroundings. 

Website of the Month

OCTOBER'S WEBSITE

The Book Whisperer

New DVD Releases for October, 1st

We have three new titles for Tuesday, october 1st.  They are:

The Frozen Ground (Nicolas Cage)

Hannibal: Season One

This Is the End (Seth Rogen)


New Music Releases, October, 2013

Airhead.  For Years                                                                        MR AIRH FY

Avenged Sevenfold.  Hail to the King                                               MR AVEN HTT

New DVD Titles, October, 2013

THREE DAY DVDS

An Officer and a Gentleman (1982 – Richard Gere)

Arthur Newman (Colin Firth)

Behind the Candelabra (Matt Damon – HBO Films)

Bling Ring, The

Deep (Foreign Film – Iceland)

Disconnect (Jason Bateman)

East, The (Ellen Page)

Empire State (Liam Hemsworth)

Fill the Void (Foreign Film – Israel)

Frozen Ground (Nicolas Cage)

Hannah and Her Sisters (1986 – Woody Allen)

Iceman, The (Winona Ryder)

In the Family

In the Fog (Foreign Film – Russia)

Iron Man 3

Kings of Summer

Love Is All You Need (Foreign Film – Denmark)

Major League (1989 – Tom Berenger)

Miss Bala (Foreign Film – Mexico)

No Way Out (1987 – Kevin Costner)

Now You See Me (Woody Harrelson)

Peeples (Kerry Washington)

Poker House, The (2008 – Jennifer Lawrence)

Purple Rose of Cairo (1984 – Woody Allen)

Redemption

Sirga, La (Foreign Film – Columbia)

Star Trek – Into Darkness

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