Quote of the Month

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Bunnies are cuddly
The large and the small
But I like chocolate ones
The best of them all.
~Author Unknown

Activities and Events

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Saturday, April 5
LIBRARY CLOSED

Thursday, April 17
NCKL Book Van
10:00 Preschool Storytime

Sunday, April 20
Easter

Hope Community Library Movie Guidelines
1. Family-friendly movies (rated G or PG) are shown at no charge every Saturday the library is open, at 10:00 a.m.
2. Only authorized personnel may set up, operate, and store equipment.
3. The current week’s and next week’s movie titles are displayed on the bulletin board.
4. Children under the age of 10 must be accompanied by an adult.
5. Everyone must sign an attendance form which includes first and last name, and age group. Children under age 18 must provide an emergency contact telephone number.
6. Attendees are allowed to bring beverages with screw-top lids, and are encouraged to bring pillows, cushions, or blankets for personal comfort.
7. Respectful and appropriate behavior is expected from all attendees, and anyone being disruptive will be asked to leave by the librarian.

NOTE: Please park vehicles across the street, or north of Elliott’s Barber Shop, or south of Anderson Oil Co. to allow adequate parking for their customers. Thanks.

Recent Acquisitions

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Adult fiction:
“More than Words” by Judith Miller
“The Secret” by Beverly Lewis
“The Missing” by Beverly Lewis
“The Telling” by Beverly Lewis
“Men and Dogs” by Katie Crouch
“The Beloved Stranger” by Grace Hill
“Angel Lane” by Sheila Roberts
“If You Lived Here, You’d Be Home Now” by Claire Lazebnik
“Apologize, Apologize!” by Elizabeth Kelly
“Knit in Comfort” by Isabel Sharpe
“The Final Note” by Kevin Milne
“How to be an American Housewife” by Margaret Dilloway
“One Lane Bridge” by Don Reid
“April & Oliver” by Tess Callahan
“The Good Sister” Drusilla Campbell
“Zero History” by William Gibson
“NOS4A2″ by Joe Hill
“Burn Factor” by Kyle Mills
“Peace Like a River” by Leif Enger
“Just Revenge” by Alan Dershowitz
“City of Light” by Lauren Belfer
“The Conspiracy Club” by Jonathan Kellerman
“Night Falls Like Silk” by Kathleen Eagle
“Death’s Jest-Book” by Reginald Hill

Large print adult fiction:
“Still Life With Breadcrumbs” by Anna Quindlen
“Under the Wide and Starry Sky” by Nancy Horan
“Hunting Shadows” by Charles Todd

Adult non-fiction:
“Indescribable” by Giglio and Redman
“Hungry Girl Happy Hour” by Lisa Lillien
“Dream Destinations” by Life Books
“Lamar Hunt” by Michael MacCambridge
“Cowboy’s Lament” by Frank Maynard

Young adult fiction:
“Frozen” by Mary Casanova
“Demonkeeper” by Royce Buckingham

Juvenile fiction:
“Odd, Weird, and Little” by Patrick Jennings
“A Hundred Horses” by Sarah Lean
“Winter Sky” by Patricia Giff
“Summerland” by Michael Chabon
“Estrella’s Quinceanera” by Malin Alegria
“Stealing Air” by Trent Reedy
“Starry River of the Sky” by Grace Lin
“The High Skies Adventures of Blue Jay the Pirate” by Scott Nash

Juvenile non-fiction:
“Growing Up Inside and Out” by Kira Vermond
“Sports Illustrated Kids the Top 10 of Everything in Sports” by Justin Tejada
“Founding Mothers: Remembering the Ladies” by Cokie Roberts
“100 Inventions that Made History: Brilliant Breakthroughs that Shaped Our World” by Turner, Mills, Gifford, and Challoner
“George Washington’s Rules to Live By: a Good Manners Guide from the Father of Our Country” by K. M. Kostyalk
“Moo!…Said Morris” by Jon Lycett-Smith
“Mice Mischief: Math Facts in Action” by Caroline Stills
“Pay it Forward Kids: Small Acts, Big Change” by Nancy Runstedler
“How the World Works” by Clive Gifford
“Magic Colors” by Patrick George
“Magic Opposites” by Patrick George
“National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book of the Ocean” by Catherine Hughes
“Light is All Around Us” by Wendy Pfeffer
“Chasing the Storm: Tornadoes, Meteorology, and Weather Watching” by Ron Miller
“Horrible Animal Habits” by Ruth Owen
“Disgusting Animal Defenses” by Ruth Owen
“Shape-Shifting Animals” by Natalie Lunis
“Gravity-Defying Animals” by Natalie Lunis

Juvenile easy reader:
“Charlie’s New Friend” by Ree Drummond

 

 

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