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LIBRARY NOTES – August 2006

LIBRARY NOTES - August 2006

Though the effects of July’s torrential rains are still being felt throughout the Western Catskills we are all in the process of drying out.

LIBRARY NOTES – March 2003

by Gloria Carlson This month your Andes Public Library is delighted to offer a grand selection of best sellers by top selling authors for your reading pleasure. Our fiction collection includes: The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold, The Arraignment by Steve Martini, Four Blind Mice by James Patterson, Prey by Michael Crichton, By the Light…

READING, JUST FOR THE FUN OF IT! (for adult readers)

by Wilma Mazo If the winter doldrums have got you feeling dispirited, what you definitely need is a good book to distract you. Come on in to your Andes Public Library, and check out The Little Friend by Donna Tartt, if you like books set in the deep South with that characteristic Southern world view.…

LIBRARY NOTES – February 2003

by Gloria Carlson Now, when the winter seems longest and coldest, reading a good book in a toasty room has a special appeal. If you have a must-read book in mind, and don’t see it on the library shelves, please ask the librarian. We at the Andes’ Library will either order it from the Four…

A GREAT BOOKS CLUB FOR ANDES – coming soon!

COMING SOON: A GREAT BOOKS CLUB FOR ANDES ARE YOU INTERESTED? by Alan Galowitz We are in the process of starting a Great Books Reading and Discussion Program at the Andes Library. Fifty years ago the University of Chicago, under Robert M. Hutchins, started this program and there are now about 800 such groups in…

LIBRARY NOTES – December 2002

by Gloria Carlson Now that the evenings are long and cold, staying home with a good book might have a definite appeal. At the Andes Library, there are some new books available, (listed on the New York Times’ Best Sellers list), to satisfy us stay-at-homes. For example, for those who prefer novels, the library has…