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Fiction:

Aunt Dimity and the Village Witch by Nancy Atherton

The Columbus Affair by Steve Berry

Caleb's Crossing by Geraldine Brooks

Force of Nature by C.J. Box

Letter from a Stranger by Barbara Taylor Bradford

They Eat Puppies, Don't They? by Christopher Buckley

Gypped by Carol Higgins Clark

Stay Close by Harlan Coben

Full Circle by Susan Rogers Cooper

Half-Blood Blues by Esi Edugyan

Cinnamon Roll Murder by Joanne Fluke

Deadlocked by Charlaine Harris

Flirting with Destiny by Sara Hylton

Where Lilacs Still Bloom by Jane Kirkpatrick

Due or Die by Jenn McKinlay

Beach House Memories by Mary Alice Monroe

Home by Toni Morrison

The Body in the Boudoir by Katherine Hall Page

Lullaby by Richard B. Parker

Sixkill by Robert Parker

Fall from Grace by Richard North Patterson

Dorchester Terrace by Anne Perry

The Last Boyfriend by Nora Roberts

All Necessary Force by Brad Taylor

Crystal Gardens by Amanda Quick

Unnatural Acts by Stuart Woods

 

June Fiction Audiobooks

BCD Science Fiction Bacigalupi
     The Drowned Cities
by Paolo Bacigalupi.  Read by Joshua Swanson.  8 discs.  9+ hours.

BCD Baldacci
     The Innocent
by David Baldacci.  Read by Ron McLarty and Orlagh Cassidy.  10 discs.  12+ hours.

BCD Berry
     The Columbus Affair
by Steve Berry.  Read by Scott Brick.  12 discs.  13+ hours.

BCD Black
     Black Hear
t by Holly Black.  Read by Jesse Eisenberg.  6 discs.  6+ hours.

BCD Bond
      Exit Plan
by Larry Bond.  Read by Dick Hill.  15 discs.  17+ hours.

BCD Clare
     City of Lost Souls
by Cassandra Clare.  Read by Molly C. Quinn.  14 discs.  17 hours.

BCD Cross
     Kill Me Softly
by Sarah Cross.  Read by Kim Mai Guest.  9 discs.  10+ hours.

June NonFiction Audiobooks

BCD B Bissinger
      Father’s Day
by Buzz Bissinger.  Read by the author.  8 discs.  8+ hours.
      “Bissinger’s twin sons, Gerry and Zach, were born three minutes apart, and although both boys were born prematurely, Gerry left the hospital after two months able to breathe on his own; Zach remained in the neonatal intensive care unit, struggling to breathe and to survive. Although Zach never recovered from the brain injuries caused by lack of oxygen, he grew into a lovable man who loves people and who is a savant who memorizes people’s birthdays, features of maps, but who also loves the familiar and the routine structure of his life. So when Zach turns 24, Bissinger proposes that the two of them set out on the open road and drive across the country. In this wrenchingly honest road tale, Bissinger searches desperately to discover who his son really is as well as to come to terms with his own feelings of inadequacy and insecurity as a parent.”
     Publishers Weekly May 2012

BCD B Chanel

What's Cooking?: Ice Pops

I do not have a sweet tooth.  Sweets just don’t do anything for me except to add more weight.  I will quickly add that I have an affinity for savory and salty foods.  At parties, you would find me scouting for those chips; especially the kettle potato chips…love that double and triple folded crunch.  As you can see, I am getting away with the topic at hand talking about my own food weakness.  However, the sweets that I do prefer include ice cream and ice pops.  It’s hard to resist these lightly sweet treats that are so refreshing especially in the summer months.  I don't even mind it in the cool weather.

New Music Releases, June, 2012

Barenaked Ladies.  Stop Us If You’ve Heard This One                    MR BARE SUI

Barnes, Dave.  Stories To Tell                                                      MR BARN STT

Bell, Joshua.  French Impressions                                                  F BELL FI

New DVD Titles, June, 2012

 

THREE DAY DVDS

Albert Nobbs (Glenn Close)

Bicycle Bride

Certified Copy (Juliette Binoche)

Chronicle (Sci-Fi)

Coriolanus (Ralph Fiennes)

Dark Tide (Halle Berry)

Gone (Amanda Seyfried)

Goon (Comedy)

Grey, The (Liam Neeson)

Haywire

Heir Apparent: Largo Winch (Foreign Film – France)

Joyful Noise (Queen Latifah)

Kinyarwanda

Man on a Ledge

Mysteries of Lisbon (Foreign Film – Portugal)

New Year’s Eve

One for the Money (Katherine Heigl)

Raajneeti (Foreign Film – India)

Rampart (Woody Harrelson)

Red Tails (Cuba Gooding, Jr.)

This Means War (Reese Witherspoon)

Vow, The (Rachel McAdams)

W./E. (Director: Madonna)

We Need To Talk About Kevin (Tilda Swinton)

Women on the 6th Floor (Foreign Film – France)

Website of the Month

    June Website

Build Yourself Wild is a fun website from the Wild Life Conservation Society.  Create an image of yourself enhanced with a variety of animal features.  When it is complete, you will be given a name for your new creature along with a description of each part.  For example, my creature's is a "Gaz-ossa-bush-ger-tom-lion", which has the horns of a Thomson's gazelle, Fossa ears, Bush Baby eyes, Siberian Tiger paws, Tomato Frog legs, and an African Lion tail.  CRAZY!!  Now you can print it, send it to a friend, or set it to your computer's wallpaper. 

In addition, links to these wildlife centers are provided:  Bronx Zoo, New York Aquarium, Central Park Zoo, Queens Zoo, Prospect Park Zoo

New DVD Releases for June 5th

We have six new titles for Tuesday, June 5th.  They are:

Act of Valor

Breaking Bad: Season 4

Curb Your Enthusiasm: Season 8

John Carter

Safe House (Denzel Washington)

Underworld: Awakening (Kate Beckinsale)

Catalog upgrade complete

Enterprise, the public library catalog, has been upgraded.  Some of the improvements you will notice:  a pickup by date for holds will be displayed; holds can now be easily unsuspended; active holds (meaning they are already on the shelf waiting to be picked up) can be cancelled online; and, with a switch to a server with more resources, greater stability with less crashes.   If you use the Firefox browser and the catalog is not displaying correctly, please clear your cache by going to Tools->Options and click on the Privacy tab. Clink on the link that says "Clear your recent history" and only have Cache checked. Set Time range to Everything and click OK.

As always, if you need assistance, please stop by the adult reference desk or give us a call at 634-4997 x 125 or x126.  Or text us at 265-010; type newcityref: and your question.  We're here to help!

New Mysteries June 2012

Fun House by Chris Grabenstein
Unresolved Seventh by Richard Helms
Hush Money by Chuck Greaves
Flat Spin by David Freed
Monkey Wrench by Terri Thayer
Fatal Fleece by Sally Goldenbaum
Murder on Fifth Avenue by Victoria Thompson
Lady, Go Die by Mickey Spillane
Vultures at Twilight by Charles Atkins
Don't Ever Get Old by Daniel Friedman
Body in the Boudoir by Katherine Hall Page
Simple Murder by Eleanor Kuhns
Dark Anatomy by Robin Blake
Cliff Walk by Bruce DeSilva
Sherlock Holmes and the Swedish Enigma by Barry Grant
Solitary House by Lynn Shepherd
Don't Cry, Tai Lake by Xiaolong Qi

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