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Harlem Library


November 28, 2018

Please join us for the Creative Christmas program at the library December 3, 7 P.M. This evening will be a fun way to usher in the holidays as guest crafter Heather Jorgenson shares festive craft and decorating ideas. Refreshments will be served and all ages are welcome. Bring a friend!

The Friends of the Library annual Holiday Wine and Cheese Fundraiser will be December 5, 6 P.M. at the library. The evening will include a live and silent auction, wine tasting and fabulous refreshments, a 50/50 raffle and numerous door prizes. Tickets are on sale at the library and must be purchased prior to the event. Or you may call the library and we will reserve tickets for you. You may also become a member of the Friends of the Library by paying your dues that evening.

The library will be open from 10-1 (special hours) on December 5 due to the Wine and Cheese Fundraiser. There will be no After School Story Hour that day.

Carly will be in Turner at the Big Flat Grocery December 5 at 10 A.M. for Books and Babies.

If you have completed the November Book Challenge contact the library with the title of the book you have read so you may be entered to win a gift certificate from a local business. The December Book Challenge is to read a book with less than 150 pages.

“An Absolutely Remarkable Thing” is a novel by Hank Green. While wondering through New York City April comes across a giant sculpture. Intrigued, she and her best friend, Andy, make a video with it which goes viral. Soon there are “Carls” sculptures appearing in cities across the globe. With her new found fame, April must now use her position to figure out what the “Carls” are and what they want.

Tana French has written “The Witch Elm.” In this suspense novel Toby surprises two burglars who beat him and leave him for dead. He takes refuge at his family’s ancestral home to recover. When a skull is found in the trunk of an elm tree Toby is force to face the possibility that his past is not what he has always believed.

Bestselling author Jodi Picoult’s newest work is “A Spark of Light.” On a warm fall day a desperate gunman opens fire on a women’s reproductive clinic, taking all inside hostage. Police hostage negotiator, Hugh McElroy, rushes to the scene making plans to communicate with the gunman. His phone vibrates and to his horror he receives a text message from his fifteen-year-old daughter who is inside the clinic.

Other new titles include “Everything She Didn’t Say” by Jane Kirkpatrick, “Imposter’s Lure” by Carla Neggers, “The Dead Ringer,” an Agatha Raisin mystery, by M.C. Beaton, and “Rise of the Mystics,” the second of the Beyond the Circle series by Ted Dekker.


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