New large-print books at Fulton County Library include “Stay a Little Longer” by Dorothy Garlock, “Ghost Night” by Heather Graham, “Stork Raving Mad” by Donna Andrews, “Fly Away Home” by Jennifer Weiner, “Shameless” by Karen Robards, “The Glass Rainbow” by James Lee Burke, “ and “The Rembrandt Affair” by Daniel Silva. New fiction includes “Super Sad True Love Story” by Gary Shteyngart, “I’d Know You Anywhere” by Laura Lippman, “Veil of Night” by Linda Howard, “Crossfire” by Dick and Felix Francis, “The Red Queen” by Philippa Gregory, and “Wicked Appetite” by Janet Evanovich.
New nonfiction titles include “Death on the D List” by Nancy Grace, “Packing for Mars” by Mary Roach, “Women, Food, and God” by Geneen Rioth, and “Finding Your Way Through Cancer” by Andrew Kneier.
New items at the Hustontown Branch Library include “The Seeker” by Ann Gabhart, “Tough Customer” by Sandra Brown, and “The Joy of Keeping a Root Cellar” by Jennifer Megyesi. Please join us in welcoming Trudy Fix as the new Hustontown Library branch manager and wishing former branch manager Beverly Rouzer a pleasant retirement.
Preschool story hours have begun at all Fulton County Library locations. Please contact Miss Linda at 717-485-5327 ext. 207 for more information or visit our Web site at fultoncountylibrary. org and click on “Events” for times and locations. Thanks to everyone who participated in the library’s summer reading programs. 671 children, teens and adults read 6,564 books and 46 programs were offered and attended by 1,833 people. Thanks for “Making a Splash @ Your Library!”