2011-03-10 / Local & State

Library Corner

New fiction at Fulton County Library includes “A Wedding Quilt for Ella” by Jerry Eicher, “Now You See Her” by Joy Fielding, “Minding Frankie” by Maeve Binchy, “Jungle” by Clive Cussler, “The Amish Midwife” by Mindy Starns Clark, “Being Polite to Hitler” by Robb Dew, “Call Me Irresistible” by Susan Philips, “Gideon’s Sword” by Douglas Preston, and “Plain Proposal” by Beth Wiseman.

New nonfiction titles include “The Mistresses of Henry VIII” by Kelly Hart, “Hope on a Tightrope” by Cornel West, “How to Shop for Free” by Kathy Spencer, “The Lupus Book: A Guide for Patients and Their Families” by Daniel Wallace, “Peace and Plenty: Finding Your Path to Financial Security” by Sarah Ban Breathnach, “Widow’s Story: A Memoir” by Joyce Carol Oates, “The Special Needs Parent Handbook: Critical Strategies and Practical Advice to Help You Survive and Thrive” by Jonathan Singer, “Mini Cupcakes” by Leslie Fiet, and “Money Class” by Suze Orman.

New books on CD include “ The Weird Sisters” by Eleanor Brown and “Though Not Dead” by Dana Stabenow.

New items at Hustontown Branch Library include “Heart for Home” by Larraine Snelling, “Sing You Home” by Jodi Picoult, “Scones and Bones” by Laura Childs, “Angel: A Maximum Ride Novel” by James Patterson, and “The Pioneer Woman: Black Heels to Tractor Wheels” by Ree Drummond.

Family Place parent/child workshops are back in session at the Fulton County Library for parents or caregivers and their children birth through age 4. The first workshop will be Friday March 11, at 10:30 a.m. in the community room at the Fulton County Library. Special guest will be Susanne Reed, Ph.D., who will be speaking about trends with Fulton County youth. Please contact Linda Burton at 717-485- 5327, ext. 207 for further information.

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