Library news

Published: Friday, Oct. 4, 2013 11:42 a.m. CDT

The library will be offering patrons the chance to reduce their fine and help the community at the same time. From Monday to Wednesday, anyone owing a fine at the library may bring in a canned good and have $1 taken off their fine. This does not apply to lost or damaged library items.

The following are new titles at Gibson Memorial Library:

New CDs

“Mistress” James Patterson; “Rosemary Cottage” Colleen Coble; “Rose Harbor in Bloom” Debbie Macomber; “The Longest Ride” Nicholas Sparks; “Killing Jesus” Bill O’Reilly; “Necessary Lies” Diane Chamberlain; “Robert B. Parker’s Damned If Your Do”; “Second Watch” J.A. Jance; “God Is Not Mad At You” Joyce Meyer; “The Final Cut” Catherine Coulter.

New Large Print

“Westward Hearts” Melody Carlson; “A Home at Trail’s End” Melody Carlson; “A Dream for Tomorrow” Melody Carlson; “To Love and Cherish” Kelly Irvin; “A Heart Made New” Kelly Irvin; “Love’s Journey Home” Kelly Irvin; “The Icecutter’s Daughter” Tracie Peterson; “The Quarryman’s Bride” Tracie Peterson; “The Miner’s Lady” Tracie Peterson; “Living In Harmony” Mary Ellis; “Love Comes to Paradise” Mary Ellis; “A Little Bit Of Charm” Mary Ellis; “Deadline” Sandra Brown; “The Longest Ride” Nicholas Sparks.

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