Summer Reading is underway! The staff would like to send a special THANK YOU to Ryan Scott, Ag Literacy Coordinator with Wayne County Ag in the Classroom Program. She was the presenter for the first week. Ryan did a wonderful job and the children had so much fun. She told the children all about worms and helped them make personalized worm farms that they could take with them. Our next program is Wednesday, June 13 when the Rend Lake Park Rangers will be our presenters.
Kids, join us every Wednesday in June @ 1:00 PM. For stories, activities, prizes and fun!!!
Attention teens and adults. We have something special this summer just for you! Stop by the library this month and checkout a book. Every time you check out material during the month of June, you will be entered to win a book bag with books!
For information about any of our programs, feel free to call the library @ 618-378-3713 or visit us on Facebook.
NEW BOOKS: “Princess: A Private Novel” by James Patterson . Jack Morgan receives an offer he cannot refuse. When the head of the world’s foremost investigation agency receives at invitation to meet Princess Caroline, third in line to the British throne, he boards his Gulfstream jet and flies straight to London. The Princess needs Morgan’s skills, and his discretion. Sophie Edwards, a close friend of the Princess, has gone missing. She needs to be found before the media become aware of it. Morgan knows there is more to this case than he is being told. But what is the Princess hiding?
“Accidental Heroes” by Danielle Steel. A decorated former Air Force pilot. A pregnant flight attendant. A dedicated TSA agent. The fates of these three, and many others, converge as ordinary men and women become heroes out of necessity to try to avert tragedy at the eleventh hour. As the jet bears down on its destination from New York to San Francisco, strangers are united, despera
“The River House” by Carla Neggars. Felicity MacGregor loves organizing social events for others, but her own personal life is a different story. After a brief but failed attempt at a career as a financial analyst, she returned to Knights Bridge, where she enjoys running a thriving party-planning business. Then Felicity’s life gets a shake-up when her childhood friend Gabriel Flanagan returns unexpectedly to their tiny hometown. Now a high-flying businessman, Gabe always vowed to get out of Knights Bridge, but he is back for the local entrepreneurial boot camp Felicity’s been hired to organize. Together again, they’ll finally have to face each other–and their complicated past. Gabe and Felicity soon realize their reunion is stirring up long-buried emotions. While Gabe has big plans for his future, Felicity is discovering that hers doesn’t depend on fate–she must choose what’s right for her. But if they can find a bridge between their diverging paths, they may just discover that their enduring connection is what matters most.
“To the Moon and Back” by Karen Kingsbury. Brady Bradshaw was a child when the Oklahoma City bombing killed his mother. Every year, Brady visits the memorial site on the anniversary to remember her. More than a decade ago he met Jenna Phillips, who was also a child when her parents were killed in the attack. Brady and Jenna shared a deep connection and a single beautiful day together at the memorial. But after that, Brady never saw Jenna again. Every year when he returns, he leaves a note for her in hopes that he might find her again. Ashley Baxter Blake finds one of the notes and hopes to help Brady find Jenna.
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ENFIELD HOURS: Tuesday & Thursday: 12-3 p.m.