Friday, November 1, 2013

Fall Reading

It's the perfect time of the Season to be READING.

As the nights get longer and the temperature begins to drop, curling up with a good book will make the heart merry and body warm.

With that said, the McNaughton Collection at Lewis Library is stocked with a variety of reading choices.   Those seeking a good mystery, new recipes, self help & motivation or a lesson in history, should visit our collection on the main level. 

Community users are welcome to checkout books from our collection.  Per a membership fee, users can checkout a limited number of items. For more information please use the “Ask a Librarian” link on the library web page or  call 706-880-8312.   

A few titles in our collection…
The Cat Sitter’s Pajamas – Blaize Clement

Driven – Donald Driver

The Jewels of Paradise – Donna Leon

Aunt Dimity & the Village Witch – Nancy Atherton

The Forgotten – David Baldacci

Days of Fire: Bush & Cheney in the White House
                        – Peter Baker

Crazy Rich:  Power, Scandal, and Tragedy Inside the
Johnson & Johnson Dynasty – Jerry Oppenheimer

Eva’s Eye – Karin Fossum

Winners – Danielle Steel

Clean: Overcoming Addition and Ending America’s
Greatest Tragedy – David Sheff

In your reading time… don’t forget to notice the beautiful, vibrant, colors of the leaves.

**This post was authored by Lisa Farrow.

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