Harlem Library

 

April 3, 2019



The library will have special hours next week as the staff will attend state library conference. On Wednesday, April 10 and Thursday, April 11 the library will be open from 12:30-3:00. On Friday, April 12 the library will be open from 10:00 to noon. There will be no After School Story Hour April 10 and no Lego Club April 11.Thanks to our great volunteers for helping out while we are gone.

The Book Challenge for April is to read a book with a two-word title. Contact the library if you completed the March challenge to read the first book of a trilogy.

The library has a special display from Senior Medical Patrol with information on Medical Identity Theft, Fighting Medicare Fraud as well as AARP Guides to avoid scams. Stop by and pick up this vital information for free.

“The Silent Patient” is a new novel by Alex Michaelides. Living a seemingly perfect life Alicia Berenson is a famous painter married to a fashion photographer. One day when her husband returns home Alicia shoots him five times in the face and then never speaks another word. She is sent to a secure psychiatric facility where criminal psychotherapist Theo Faber works with her. The search for the truth consumes Theo sending him down a terrifying path.


Christina McDonald is the author of “The Night Olivia Fell.” Abi Knight receives a phone call in the early morning hours, a phone call no parent wants to get. Her teenage daughter Olivia has fallen off a bridge and is brain-dead. She is also pregnant and must be kept on life support to keep the baby alive. Then Abi sees the bruises on Olivia’s wrists.

“The Perfect Horse” is the true daring U.S. mission to rescue the priceless stallions kidnapped by the Nazis in WWII written by author Elizabeth Letts.

Bestselling author Tami Hoag has written “The Boy.” Detective Nick Fourcade finds a crime scene that is both brutal and confusing. Seven-year-old KJ has been murdered by an alleged intruder with no sign of forced entry and KJ’s mother, the only witness, left untouched. Then KJ’s babysitter, Nora Florette, goes missing. As Forcade digs into the two mysteries, he finds more questions than answers.

Science fiction readers will want to pick up “Black Leopard Red Wolf” by Marlon James and “The Ruin of Kings” by Jen Lyons.

If you would like to be notified via text message concerning holds available, items due soon or overdue items you may use the service “Shoutbomb.” All you need is an email address, your library card number and your PIN from your library account. Contact the library for more information.


 
 

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