New fiction at the Fulton County Library includes “Shattered” by Karen Robards (large print), “The Silent Sea” by Clive Cussler (large print), “The Sheen on the Silk” by Anne Perry (large print), “Think Twice” by Lisa Scottoline (large print), “Deadly Deals” by Fern Michaels (large print), “Her Mother’s Hope” by Francine Rivers, “Death at the Alma Mater” by G.M. Malliet, “No Distance too Far” by Lauraine Snelling, “The Summer Hideaway” by Susan Wiggs, “The Shadow of Your Smile” by Mary Higgins Clark, “Tangled” by Carol Higgins Clark, and ”The Telling” by Beverly Lewis.
New nonfiction includes “The Quants: How a New Breed of Math Whizzes Conquered Wall Street and Nearly Destroyed It” by Scott Patterson, “The Truth About Psychics” by Sylvia Browne (large print), “The Shift” by Wayne Dyer, “The DIY Bride Crafty Countdown” by Khris Cochran, and “10-Fold Origami” by Peter Engel.
New books for younger readers include “The Keys to the Kingdom: Lord Sunday” by Garth Nix, “Woods Runner” by Gary Paulsen, “Cosmic” by Boyce Cottrell, “Spring Breakdown” by Melody Carlson, and “Tangled” by Carolyn Mackler.
Teen night at the library will be Saturday, April 17, from 6:00-8:00 p.m. No registration is necessary. All teens are invited to join us for Wii gaming, food, crafts and fun. For teens who are interested in being on the Teen Advisory Board, there will be a meeting at 5:00 on April 17. The Book Club will meet Wednesday, April 28 at 6:30 to discuss “Hiroshima” by John Hersey. New members are welcome! Denise Chestnut, early childhood coordinator for Even Start Family Literacy, will be the special guest at this Friday’s Family Place at 10:30 in the library’s community room. The topic will be “Fun with Puppets and Props.” Help us celebrate National Library Week this week by stopping in at your library!