Book buzz: ‘Food for fines’ starts December
The staff from the Pathfinder Library would like to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving!
December is our “Food for Fines” drive at the Pathfinder Library. Anyone who has an overdue item from the library can bring it back with a non-perishable food item and will not have to pay overdue fines. This does not take away already accrued fines. All donations will be given to our local food pantry.
Our Christmas Open House will be from 1 to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 10. Santa Claus will make an appearance, and there will be snacks, a Christmas craft, a movie, gifts and more. We are seeking donations of new or gently used stuffed animals for this special event.
“Raiders of the Nile — a novel of the ancient world” by Steven Saylor; “The Blind Spy” by Alex Dryden; “Fire Brand” by Diana Palmer; “The Second Opinion” by Michael Palmer; “Blame it on the Cowboy” by Delores Fossen; “Christmas in Mustang Creek” by Linda Lael Miller; “The Angels of Morgan Creek” by Donna VanLiere; “The House of Thunder” by Dean Koontz; “The Scam” by Janet Evanovich; “Undercover in Glimmer Creek” by Julianna Morris; “Accidental Bodyguard” by Sharon Hartley; “Family Sins” by Sharon Sala; “At Odds With the Midwife” by Patricia Forsythe; “Marry Me at Christmas” by Susan Mallery and “The Skull and the Nightingale” by Michael Irwin.
“Abraham Lincoln: the prairie years and the war years” by Carl Sandburg.
“Rain Gods” by James Lee Burke, “Breakneck” by Erica Spindler, “Off the Grid — a Joe Pickett novel” by C.J. Box.