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The Washington Public Library has added the following new titles to the adult audiobook collection on CD:
THE LONGEST RIDE by Nicholas Sparks
TWO FOR TEXAS by James Burke
SMALL TOWN GIRL by Ann Gabhart
THE CHRISTMAS TRAIN by David Baldacci
FULL DISCLOSURE by Dee Henderson
CHRISTMAS WITH TUCKER by Greg Kincaid
UNBROKEN: A WORLD WAR II STORY OF SURVIVAL…by Laura Hillenbrand
Command Authority (Jack Ryan Series; #13) by Tom Clancy,
Takedown Twenty (Stephanie Plum Series; #20) by Janet Evanovich,
King and Maxwell (Sean King & Michelle Maxwell Series; #6) by David Baldacci
White Fire (Pendergast Series; #13) by Douglas Preston,
Dust (Kay Scarpetta Series; #21) by Patricia Cornwell,
A Big Sky Christmas by William Johnstone,
Under A Texas Sky by Dorothy Garlock,
A Dog Named Christmas by Greg Kincaid,
Christmas With Tucker by Greg Kincaid.
Fields Of Grace; faith, friendship and the day I nearly lost everything by Hannah Luce.
Stranded (Alaskan Courage Series; #3) by Dani Pettrey
Redeeming Grace (Hannah’s Daughters Series; #5) by Emma Miller,
Rebecca’s Christmas Gift (Hannah’s Daughters Series; #7) by Emma Miller.
The Washington Public Library has added the following new titles to the Adult Fiction Section of the Library. (Note: If the book you want to read is checked out, please ask the library staff to reserve the title for you)
“The Cuckoo’s Calling” by Robert Galbraith (aka J.K. Rowling).
“W Is For Wasted” by Sue Grafton.
“Winners” by Danielle Steel.
“Sycamore Row” (book #2 of the Jake Brigance Series) by John Grisham.
“Tamarack County (book #13 of the Cork O’Connor Series) by William Krueger.
“Dark Witch” (book #1 of the Cousins O’Dwyer Trilogy) by Nora Roberts.
“Unspoken” by Dee Henderson.
“The Longest Ride” by Nicholas Sparks.
“Doctor Sleep” (book #2 of the Shining Series) by Stephen King.
“Hotshot” by Julie Garwood.
“Stranded” (book #3 of the Alaskan Courage Series) by Dani Pettrey.
“On Distant Shores” (book #2 of the Wings of the Nightingale Series) by Sarah Sundin.
“Rose Harbor In Bloom (book #2 of the Rose Harbor Series) by Debbie Macomber.
“The Third Kingdom” (book #13 of the Sword of Truth Series) by Terry Goodkind.
“The Newcomer” (book #2 of the Thunder Point Series) by Robyn Carr.
“The Hero” (book #3 of the Thunder Point Series) by Robyn Carr.
“Calculated In Death” (book #36 of the In Death Series) by J.D. Robb.
“Thankless In Death” (book #37 of the In Death Series) by J.D. Robb.
“Texas Rifles; and Massacre at Goliad” by Elmer Kelton.
“The Sanctuary” by Ted Dekker.
“A Serpent’s Tooth” (book #9 of the Walt Longmire Series) by Craig Johnson.
“Deadline” by Sandra Brown.
“Never Go Back” (book #18 of the Jack Reacher Series) by Lee Child.
“Bianca” (book #1 of the Silk Merchant’s Daughters Series) by Bertrice Small.
“Francesca” (book #2 of the Silk Merchant’s Daughters Series) by Bertrice Small.
“Lucianna” (book #3 of the Silk Merchant’s Daughters Series) by Bertice Small.
“The Rattlesnake Season” (book #1 of the Josiah Wolfe, Texas Ranger Series) by Larry Sweazy.
“The Scorpion Trail” (book #2 of the Josiah Wolfe, Texas Ranger Series) by Larry Sweazy.
“The Bader’s Revenge (book#3 of the Josiah Wolfe, Texas Ranger series) by Larry Sweazy.
“The Cougar’s Prey” (book #4 of the Josiah Wolfe, Texas Ranger Series) by Larry Sweazy.
“The Coyote Tracker” (book #5 of the Josiah Wolfe, Texas Ranger Series) by Larry Sweazy.
“The Gila Wars” (book #6 of the Josiah Wolfe, Texas Ranger Series) by Larry Sweazy.
“Under A Blackberry Moon” (book #3 of the Michigan Northwoods Series) by Serena Miller.
“The Secret Keeper” (book #4 of the Home To Hickory Hollow Series) by Beverly Lewis.
“The Spymistress” by Jennifer Chiaverini.
“Firefly Lane” (book #1 of the Girls of Firefly Lane Series) by Kristin Hannah.
“Fly Away” (book #2 of the Girls of Firefly Lane Series) by Kristin Hannah.
“Christmas In Snowflake Canyon” (book #5 of Hope’s Crossing Series) by RaeAnne Thayne.
“Upon A Winter’s Night” (book #4 of the Amish Home Valley Trilogy) by Karen Harper.
“Poseidon’s Arrow” (book #22 of the Dirk Pitt Series) by Clive Cussler.
“The Mayan Secrets” ( book #5 of the Fargo Adventure Series) by Clive Cussler
The Washington Public Library has received a non-competitive grant from the State Library of Kansas for a AWE Early Literacy Station. The AWE Early Literacy Station is a kid-friendly computer station pre-loaded with more than 60 educational programs. The content of the educational programs are correlated to state and national standards. It spans all areas of curriculum: math, science, reading, music, art, history, and geography, reference as well as other areas. This early literacy station is for kids 2 to 8 years old. It is not connected to the internet. This particular version is Bilingual Spanish.
OPEN HOUSE at the Washington Public Library on Thursday, November 7th from 5pm to 7 pm. Come browse and purchase book sale books and be entered for prizes. Sign up to be part of F.O.W.L. (Friends Of Washington Library) to help support library services & programs. Jennifer Dague of Dague Computers will be available to discuss using free ebooks from the State Library of Kansas website.
The Friends of Washington Library (aka F.O.W.L.) has donated the following new adult fiction books to the Library.
The Son by Philipp Meyer
Big Brother; a novel by Lionel Shriver
The Silver Star; a novel by Jeannette Walls
The Widow Waltz; a novel by Sally Koslow
The following childrens books were given to the Library in
memory of Cecil Grover:
Charlie The Ranch Dog by Ree Drummond
Tractor Mac Arrives At The Farm by Billy Steers
Tractor Mac Builds A Barn by Billy Steers
Tractor Mac Farmer’s Market by Billy Steers
Tractor Mac You’re A Winner by Billy Steers
Tractor Mac Harvest Time by Billy Steers
Tractor Mac Tune Up by Billy Steers
Tractor Mac Saves Christmas by Billy Steers
Barn Storm by Charles Ghigna
Penny & Pepper (Pony Mysteries) by Jeanne Betancourt
AUDIO CD JF:
The Best (and Worst) of Beasts; Animal Stories told by Priscilla Howe, Storyteller