What’s HOT in circulation? Elena Ferrante, Diney Costeloe, James Patterson, and John Grisham are!
Have you been to ECHO lately?
ECHO pass which allows entrance at $7.00 per person, up to 4 people. All year round we have an ECHO Pass!
Thursday NOVEMBER 30th @ 6:30pm Knitting, Crocheting, Needlepoint, Embroidery. All levels welcome! Stitch-n-B#^@&! All Opinions Welcome!
Thursday November 16th at 6pm. Join us for a lively book discussion and movie Julie & Julia by Julie Powell.
DID YOU KNOW…
We get the St. Albans Messenger? and the County Courier. We also subscribe to some awesome magazines– Consumer Reports, Horticulture, Popular Science, Smithsonian, Scientific America, Nature Conservancy, Mother Earth News, Vermont Magazine, and some others!
STAR WARS:ROGUE ONE
FANTASTIC BEASTS AND WHERE TO FIND THEM
There’s more but you should come in and browse through them yourself, not to mention all the fabulous nature films shown through the Conservation Commission every January. No rental fees, just a simple library card, free.
(Picture Books, YA, & Teen Books are on the Children’s Page 😉
New books for adult borrowers
The Rooster Bar by John Grisham
Two Kinds of Truth by Michael Connelly
The Silent Corner by Dean Koontz
Turtles all the Way Down by John Green
Origin by Dan Brown
Atlas Obscura by Joshua Foer
A Disappearance in Damascus by Deborah Campbell
Leonardo Da Vinci by Walter Isaacson
The Art of Loading Brush by Wendall Berry
Being the Change: Live Well and Spark a Climate Revolution by Peter Kalmus
Diary of a Reluctant Dreamer: Undocumented Vignettes from a Pre-American Life by Alberto Ledesma
We Crossed A Bridge and it Trembled: Voices From Syria by Wendy Pearlman
Guide to Working With Farm Animals: Practices for the small farm by Temple Grandin
The Metabolic Approach to Cancer by Dr. Nasha Winters
Freedom for the thought that we hate: A biography of the first amendment by Anthony Lewis
The Alzheimer’s Antidote by Amy Berger
The Enigma of the Owl by Mike Unwin