New fiction includes “The Brutal Telling” by Louise Penny (large print), “The Morning Show Murders” by Al Roker (large print), “The Walk” by Richard Paul Evans, “The Pallbearers” by Stephen J. Cannell, and “Think Twice” by Lisa Scottoline.
New nonfiction at the Fulton County Library includes “Mrs. Adams in Winter: A Journey in the Last Days of Napoleon” by Michael O’Brien, “Giada at Home” by Giada De Laurentis, “Miller’s Antiques Handbook” by Judith Miller, “The Story of Stuff” by Annie Leonard, and “The Organic Gardener’s Handbook of Natural Pest and Disease Control.”
New items at Hustontown Branch Library include “Here Burns My Candle” by Liz Curtis Higgs, “The Girl Who Chased the Moon” by Sarah Allen, “Split Image” by Robert B. Parker, and “Caught” by Harlan Coben.
E-books will be coming to the Franklin and Fulton County libraries. Please take the online survey at the library’s Web page, www.fultoncountylibrary.org and let us know what kind of downloadable books would interest you most.
Free computer classes will be offered at the library on Wednesday, April 28. Please call 485-5327 or stop in at the library to sign up. The next free movie night will be Fri-