Come and join our October programs at the library!!! Teacher Gena Cushman is going to present an after school program on the third Tuesday of every month focusing on the basics of STEM. Everyone in grades 3 – 8 is invited to join the fun at the first meeting on October 16 from 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. Darlene Waier of Egyptian Health will be presenting two bullying prevention programs at the library. Students in grades 1– 4 are invited to attend on October 22 at 6:00 p.m. Students in grades 5 – 8 are invited to attend on October 29 at 6:00 p.m.
Artist Logan Tharp is back at the library, giving free art classes. Come and join the fun on Tuesdays from 4:30 – 5:30 p.m.
NEW BOOKS: “Keeping Secrets” by Lisa Jackson. One man’s love: Stacey Monroe made it a rule not to get personally involved with any of her patients– and certainly not with their fathers! But when Nathan Sloan brought his daughter in to see her, Stacey fell in love with both of them almost immediately. But Nathan was a man with many secrets– secrets that might put Stacey in danger. — Mystic: Savannah Beaumont once loved Travis McCord, but then Travis left her to marry someone else. Now, nine years later, Travis has returned to the Beaumont’s California horse ranch to confront Savannah’s father about his suspicious political ambitions and the Beaumont family legacy. Jilted once before, Savannah is determined to keep Travis at a distance, but when he comes to her, desperate for her help, she’ll have no choice but to risk her heart once more.
“One Perfect Kiss” by Jaci Burton. Josie Barnes has always craved a sense of home. She’s found that in Hope, Oklahoma–she bought a house, has a new job as an English teacher at Hope High, she’s made wonderful friends, and she’s taking in stray animals that no one else wants. Now she’s flirting with fellow teacher and hot high school football coach Zach Powers. But he’s almost too good to be true, and Josie learned long ago not to trust in the too-good-to-be-true, because it has always let her down. A former pro football player, Zach had to pull back when a career-ending knee injury forced him to rethink his future. Now he’s happy calling plays as Coach. If he could just get Josie Barnes to stop benching his players for their poor grades, life would be perfect. Instead, she drives him crazy as the stern teacher at school and the sexy woman of his dreams outside of the classroom. He knows she’s been hurt in the past, but he wants to be that guy she can trust. The one thing Josie has never been able to count on is the people closest to her. But Zach intends to show her that what they have between them is a textbook case of love.
“A Willing Murder” by Jude Deveraux. Sara Medlar is a household name in romance, with millions of books sold. But lately, retirement has been boring her and she’s found herself back in her hometown of Lachlan, Florida, remodeling the grand old mansion she’d admired as a child. Then Sara’s niece Kate is offered a job in Lachlan. She accepts immediately, but with so little saved up, she’ll have to approach her estranged yet incredibly famous aunt for a place to stay while she gets herself settled. But when she arrives at Sara’s home, she finds she’s not the only long-term houseguest. Jackson Wyatt already has his own room, and though it’s impossible to deny his good looks and charm—he’s clearly got her aunt wrapped around his finger. When two skeletons are accidentally uncovered in the quiet town, this unlikely trio is suddenly thrust together by a common goal: to solve a mystery everyone else seems eager to keep under wraps.
“Earth’s Last Empire: The Final Game of Thrones” by John Hagee. Bible prophecy clearly reveals that immediately prior to the rapture of the Church, four powerful kings will race onto the stage of world history. Pastor Hagee reveals who they are, where they come from, and what they signify. Learn why Hagee believes that we are in the beginning stages of World War III, and how this will eventually take us to the Battle of Armageddon. Pastor Hagee vividly describes the key players that signify the King is coming!
LIBRARY HOURS: Monday-Thursday: 12-7 p.m. and Friday and Saturday: 10-5 p.m.
ENFIELD HOURS: Tuesday and Thursday: 12-3 p.m.