We have 3 new releases:
Casino Jack / Kevin Spacey
I Love You Phillip Morris / Jim Carrey
Little Fockers / Robert De Niro
Adele. 21 MR ADEL TO X99
Allman, Gregg. Low Country Blues MR ALLM LCB R15
THREE DAY DVDS
127 Hours #13120
It's funny how the mind works. Picture this: you're having lunch with your best friend. A few weeks ago, you finished a book that you absolutely LOVED, and you think she'd really like it, too. But now that you have the opportunity to recommend it to her, you find that a few key details (like the book's author and title) have slipped your mind. You can wax rhapsodic about the plot. You can remember the color of the dress the heroine is wearing on the cover, and you remember her name-- Rose. (Or maybe it was Violet? A flower, anyway.) You know she has an eccentric older relation. You sit there wracking your brains, feeling a little embarrassed over your lapse, and assure your friend that you're almost positive the word "Scoundrel" is somewhere in the title... or maybe it was "Scandal"? (If you're a regular romance reader, you're probably laughing in pained sympathy by now.) Anyway, you got the book from the library; you're sure the librarian could help her find it. (Librarian's answer: "Maybe?") Sound familiar? I can assure you, you are NOT alone in this difficulty.
Book of Tomorrow by Cecelia Ahern. Read by Ali Coffey. 7 discs. 8+ hours.
“Sixteen-year-old Tamara Goodwin's life is upended when her wealthy father commits suicide after realizing he can't pay his debts. Tamara and her devastated mother are forced to move from a Dublin suburb to the countryside to live with Tamara's aunt and uncle… Tamara comes across a book in the library that captures her attention. Its pages are initially blank, then they start to fill with Tamara's own thoughts from the following day. Realizing she is able to not only read the future but change it, Tamara uses the diary to unravel the mystery at work in her new home.
A veritable modern-day Gothic.”
During the month of April, there will be a series of Monday morning programs concerning breastfeeding issues for new parents and expectant mothers. All aspects of the process will be reviewed along with secondary concerns such as returning to work and storage guidelines. Qualified counselors and personnel wiil be available at the sessions. Meet and discuss your concerns with other mothers and get your questions answered. Each session begins at 10 AM and ends at 11:30 AM.
Mystery by Jonathan Kellerman
Alpine Vengeance by Mary Daheim
The Complaints by Ian Rankin
Bless the Bride by Rhys Bowen
Devil's Food Cake Murder by Joanne Fluke
Brothers of Baker Street by Michael Robertson
Deadly Cliche by Ellery Adams
Cold wind by C.J. Box
Death in a Scarlet Coat by David Dickinson
Lost Sister by Russel D. McLean
Scones and Bones by Laura Childs
Lethal Lineage by Charlotte Hinger
Live Wire by Harlan Coben
Touch of Gold by Joyce Lavene
Begging for Trouble by Judi McCoy
Empty Death by Laura Wilson
Dark and Stormy Night by Jeanne M. Dams
Echoes of the Dead by Sally Spencer
Off the Record by Dolores Gordon-Smith
Mimosas, Mischief, and Murder by Sara Rosett
Original Sins edited by Martin Edwards
An Evil Eye by Jason Goodwin
A Gentleman of Fortune by Anna Dean
We have 2 new Releases
Black Swan/ Natalie Portman
Fair Game / Naomi Watts and Sean Penn
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It’s the Pages! Did you ever stop to think about how all our books, magazines and audio books are shelved? Every day our Page staff puts away just about all the books returned that day and new items sent up by our Technical staff. Each item on our browsing shelves was put there by a Page. It is their responsibility to shelve non-fiction according to Dewey Decimal numerical order, fiction alphabetically by the author’s last name, and biography alphabetically by subject. If an author has several books then the titles need to be alphabetized. Did you know numbers go before words in a title? As an example when searching the author James Patterson, the title ‘4th of July’ is shelved before ‘Cross,’ and ‘Cross’ is shelved before 'Four Blind Mice.' If there is more than one author with the same last name, books are shelved alphabetically by last name, first name. Each author’s titles are then put in alphabetical order. Did I lose you yet?
There is increased interest in researching old newspapers as they become digitized.This eliminates those blackened fingers, crumbly pages and musty smellsl! The time saved by keyword searching has also enhanced researchers' finding.
At the February meeting of the Genealogy Society of Rockland, two members discussed digital newspaper web sites that were very helpful to them. The first is offered by the Northern New York Historical Newspapers and the address is nnyln.net. Through this you can look at many of the newspapers in north western and central New York. The articles appear and you can reduce the full page to the article. The member speaking mentioned that he was looking for information on a relative and could never find anything about her. Voila!! He found a bunch of social notes that described tea and other social meetings at her house.