From the Library
The Library will be closed Saturday August,20th because of the Idaho County Fair.
For all of our young patrons, the Library booth this year will be a video arcade just for the younger generation.  Along with the arcade, you older patrons can purchase your raffle tickets for a beautiful quilt made by Jane Burgess to be given away at the Brats and Brew in November.  Stop by and check it out.
It has been a busy week at the library with the arrival of several newly purchased books that are now on the shelf for your reading enjoyment.
Step on a Crack is a new release by author James Patterson.  First came Alex Cross, Then the Women’s Murder Club.
Now meet Detective Michael Bennett, NYPD and his ten children
The nation has fallen into mourning after the death of a beloved former first lady.  The most powerful people in the world gather in New York for her funeral, then the inconceivable occurs.  Billionaires, politicians, and superstars of every kind are suddenly trapped within one man’s brilliant and cold-blooded scenario.
Detective Michael Bennett, father of ten, is pulled into the fray.  As the danger escalates, Michael experiences a devastating loss,  his wife has succumbed to a terrible disease.  As New York descends into chaos, he faces raising his ten heartbroken children alone, and rescuing thirty four hostages.  It is a “can’t put it down” book, and the beginning of a new electrifying series.  Check it out!
Another of Patterson‘s best sellers is the series featuring the likeable Detective Alex Cross.  Violets are Blue will keep you guessing until the end and in suspense until the next book.  Check it out!.
Diana Gabaldon’s seven part series, An Echo in the Bone, is a wonderful, adventure-filled, emotion-packed reunion with the Frasers.  Meticulous research of historical events, facts and people, flora and fauns, geography. Food, clothing and weaponry bring the eighteenth century to vivid life.  Check it out!
Don’t forget to read our local author, Clem Nuxoll’s books.  For you old timers, they will perk your memory about the good old days with stories, pictures and history of a local pioneer family and their neighbors.  For you baby boomers, it will give you a glimpse of how it used to be.  Check it out!
A correction.  The book, Ida visits 44 was donated by B & A Performance Auto of Greencreek.
Previously it was stated the book, was donated by Lori Otter.  Sorry about that.

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