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Gladbrook Public Library-November Library News Letter

November 5, 2012
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Here it is November already. I can’t believe summer is REALLY gone. We have a new selection of books to keep you busy after all the leaves are racked. Fiction: A Wreath of Snow by Liz Higgs; Angels at the Table by Debbie Macomber; Spinning Forward by Terri Dulong; Skinny Dip by Carl Hiaasen; The Risk Agent by Ridley Pearson; Tricksters Point by Wm. Kent Kruger; The Greatcoat by Helen Dunmore; The Bone Bed by Patricia Cornwell; Criminal by Karin Slaughter; Merciless by Diana Palmer; Big Sky Mountain by Linda Lael Miller; Code Blue by Richard Mabry; The Sins of the Father by Jeffrey Archer; Little Night by Luanne Rice; The Light Between Oceans by M. L. Stedman; No Easy Way by Mark Owen; NYPD Red by James Patterson; The Racketeer by John Grisham; Blue Skies by Robyn Carr; Bring on the Blseeings by Beverly Jenkins; A Second Helping (#2), Something Old, Something New (#3) by Beverly Jenkins; Catching Flies #2 and Where Azaleas Bloom #3 by Sherryl Woods. Young Adults: Hidden by P. C. Cast. Non-Fiction: The God Packet by Bruce Wilkinson; How Children Succeed by Paul Tough; Killing Kennedy by Bill O’Rilley. Childrens: Llama, Llama Time to Share by Anna Dewdney; Dino-Football by Lisa Wheeler; Bear Says Thanks by Karma Wilson; Glamorous Glasses by Barbara Newman; Two Little Monkeys by Mem Fox. This is our group for now but be sure and check in thru the month as we add to the collection from time to time. Also will try and let you know if any new activities will be going on. Pat Sievers, Assistant Librarian Gladbrook Public Library

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A small but enthusiastic group attended story hour on Thursday, Oct 25 to listen to Lisa Reinhard, Americanism chair, tell a little about Election Day.  The uniform date of Election Day, the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November, was set in 1845. Every 4 years there is a presidential election with the 3 qualifications for a candidate being: 1) 35 years of age or older 2) Natural born citizen 3) Has lived in the United States for the past 14yrs.  The group had some ideas of their own concerning qualifications.  They knew the names of the candidates and went thru newspapers cutting out the candidates’ pictures and gluing them to the appropriate candidates’ posters.  We discussed that it is important to vote so the boys each took the opportunity to write postcards to friends and family to remind them to vote on November 6. Pictured are Connor Murty, Layne Murty, Lisa Reinhard, Nicholas Collins, Jacob Collins

 
 

 

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