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August 3, 2012

August 5, 2012
Janet Slessor , Reinbeck Courier

We have a lot of large print books purchased in memory of Shirley Billerbeck: Within My Heart by Tamera Alexander, Three Times Blessed by Lori Copeland, A Man of His Word by Kathleen Fuller, Diamond Duo by Marcia Gruver, The Accidental Lawman by Jill Marie Landis, Love's Pursuit by Siri Mitchell, The Mavericks Bride by Catherine Palmer, Hopeful Heart by Kim Vogel Sawyer, Fools Rush In and It Had to Be You both by Janice Thompson, Beloved Castaway and Beloved Counterfeit both by Kathleen Y'Barbo, The Rosary by Florence Barclay, Dead by Midnight by Beverly Barton, Infamous by Suzanne Brockmann, Out of Sight by Stella Cameron, Santa in Montana by Janet Dailey, More Than a Miracle by Kathleen Eagle, The Perfect Happiness by Santa Montefiore, Loving a Lost Lord and Never Less Than a Lady both by Mary Jo Putney, and An Unforgettable Lady by J.R. Ward.

Also Woman's Club has given us memorial money for Shirley Billerbeck and Marian Ballard which was used to purchase large print editions of A Chesapeake Shores Christmas and Michael's Discovery both by Sherryl Woods.

Other new items are: Audio books on CD: Coming Home by Karen Kingsbury and The Postcard Killers by James Patterson.

Fiction books: Beauty to Die For by Kim Alexis, The Forgiven Duke by Jamie Carie, Over the Edge by Mary Connealy, Love in Disguise by Carol Cox, Love Finds You in Mackinac Island, Michigan by Melanie Dobson, Chasing the Wind by Pamela Ewen, A Plain Death by Amanda Flower, Hunter's Prize by Marcia Gruver, Cottage by the Sea by Robin Jones Gunn, Relentless Pursuit by Kathy Herman, Heart of Glass by Jill Marie Landis, Our Heart by Brian MacLearn, Hannah's Joy by Marta Perry, Touching the Sky by Tracie Peterson, When Hope Blossoms by Kim Vogel Sawyer, Veil of Pearls by M.L. Tyndall, Hiding in Plain Sight by Amy Wallace, and Short-straw Bride by Karen Witemeyer.

For those of you who remember Al Bell, the man who traveled the world and gave programs to schools in the 50s, 60s, and 70s, please write up any memories you have and bring them into the library. We would like to display them for a few weeks, then give them to his daughters who will be doing a short program at Westview on Thursday, September 13 at 1:15 p.m. The program is sponsored by the library, and there will be a time for sharing memories as well as a question and answer session. This program is free and open to the public.



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