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What’s New at Muncy Public Library?

By Staff | Feb 25, 2009

Teens enjoy making cards at the Anti-Valentine's Day Party recently held at the Muncy Public Library

The Muncy Public Library has the latest from your favorite authors. Karen Kingsbury’s Every Now and Then reflects how the memories of 9/11 still affect us all. Kyle McAcoy is blackmailed into taking a job he doesn’t want in John Grisham’s The Associate.

Adriana Trigiani returns with the first in a new trilogy titled Very Valentine about the Angelini clan and their family shoe business. J.A. Jance reminds us that you never know who you might meet online in Cruel Intent. Linda Fairstein’s Lethal Legacy is a mystery set in the nooks and crannies of the New York Public Library.

Staff pick of the month is Cindy Woodsmall’s When The Soul Mends-the third volume in her Amish series. In it, Hannah must decide to live in the world of the Englisher or her comfortable plain world.

In Kim Vogel Sawyer’s light romance A Promise For Spring, Emmaline must decide to stay on the prairie with a handsome rancher or return home to England. Immerse yourself in the era surrounding Christ’s death in Davis Bunn and Janette Oke’s The Centurion’s Wife.

Kate Jacobs’ Knit Two is the sequel to the very popular Friday Night Knitting Club. Tara awakens from a coma only to find herself trapped in a nightmare in Karen Harper’s The Hiding Place. C.J. Box is a new author on the scene. Try his latest Three Weeks To Say Goodbye which tells the tale of a couple going through living Hell as their adopted baby is taken back from them.

Teens show off their black spray painted roses they made during Muncy Public Library's Anti-Valentine Day's Party

Have you ever wondered why some succeed and others don’t? Is it pure luck or something more? Find out in Malcolm Gladwell’s bestseller Outliners:The Story of Success.

Find inspiration in Country Living’s 500 Kitchen Ideas for Style, Function, and Charm or Your Eco-Friendly Home: Buying, Building, or Remodeling GREEN. Read the very timely S. Leeb’s Game Over: How You Can Prosper In A Shattered Economy.

Ellen Greene recalls the happier times in her marriage in Remember The Sweet Things. The Dalai Lama provides a practical approach to finding happiness in Becoming Enlightened. Other non-fiction includes Make Any Divorce Better, Matthew Lesko’s Free Money For Everybody, Candy Crochet: 50 adorable designs for infants and toddlers, The Truth About Protecting Your IRAs, Voices of War: Stories of Service From the Home Front and the Front Lines, and The 100 Fastest Growing Careers.

Save money on your leisure pursuits at the Muncy Public Library-everything’s free!