Aug 17

Library Lines- August 17,2015






Living Well Spending Less: 12 Secrets Of the Good Life by Ruth Soukup

Flight: The Evolution Of Aviation by Stephen Woolford Read the rest of this entry »

Aug 12

Library and Lunch Book Discussion September 8, 2015 12:00 – 1:00

Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury

Since the late 1940s, Ray Bradbury has been revered for his works of science fiction and fantasy. With more than five million copies in print, Fahrenheit 451 — originally published in 1953 — remains his most acclaimed work.  Fahrenheit 451 is the temperature at which book paper burns.  Fahrenheit 451 is a novel set in the (perhaps near) future when “firemen” burn books forbidden by a totalitarian “brave new world” regime.  The hero, according to Mr. Bradbury, is “a book burner who suddenly discovers that books are flesh-and-blood ideas and cry out silently when put to the torch.”  Today, when libraries and schools in this country and all over the world are still “burning” certain books, Fahrenheit 451 remains a brilliantly readable and suspenseful work of even greater impact and timeliness.

Jul 27

LIbrary Lines – July 27,2015




The Road to Character by David Brooks
The Lady In Gold by Anne Marie O’Connor
The Friends Of Jesus by Karen Kingsbury Read the rest of this entry »

Jul 14

Library and Lunch Book Discussion August 11, 2015 12:00 – 1:00

Isaac’s storm: a man, a time, and the deadliest hurricane in history by Erik Larson

Isaac Cline was one of the era’s new men, a scientist who believed he knew all there was to know about the motion of clouds and the behavior of storms.  The idea that a hurricane could damage the city of Galveston, Texas, where he was based was to him preposterous.  It is the story of what can happen when human arrogance meets nature’s last uncontrollable force, based on Cline’s own letters, telegrams, and reports, the testimony of scores of survivors, and our latest understanding of the hows and whys of great storms


Jul 13

Summer Reading 2015 – Jester Puppets

Jester Puppets will be here to present a summer reading program in the library community room on Thursday, July 16, at 1:30 P.M. Come meet the heroes Recycle Rabbit, Mister Oblivious, Pizza Boy, and Captain Obvious. Spend an hour with us in the air conditioning before you head to the Shelby County Fair. Book reports may also be turned in during this event.

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