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New Books

New Books added to the Shelves at Croghan Free Library

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New Titles

Titles being added for the month of July include: "The Bone Tree" by Greg Iles, "Go Set A Watchman" by Harper Lee, "The Curiosity Keeper" by Sarah Ladd, "Refining Fire" by Tracie Peterson, "Nemesis" by Catherine Coulter, "In The Unlikely Event" by Judy Blume, "Speaking in Bones" by Kathy Reichs, "Among the Fair Magnolias" by Tamera Alexander, "Wired" by Julie Garwood, "Her Brother's Keeper" by Beth Wiseman, "Someday Home" by Lauraine Snelling, and "Radiant Angel" by Nelson DeMille. Non-fiction titles to look for are "Amish Confidential" by Lebanon Levi Stofzfus, "The Wright Brothers" by David McCullough, "A Lucky Life Interrupted" by Tom Brokaw, and "Missoula:Rape and the Justice System in a College Town" by Jon Krakauer.

General News

General News at the Library

 

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2015 SUMMER READING PROGRAM

Our summer reading program "Every Hero Has A Story" is open to children age 12 and under. It will be held Tuesdays at 2PM July 7th - August 18th. All programs are free and include a guest speaker, story, craft/activity, and snack. We will be celebrating the heroes who keep our community safe, serve our country, and keep us healthy. Children will also discover and celebrate the superheroes within themselves as they dress up and complete Superhero Training Academy. Registration for the summer reading program begins June 30th immediately after Storyteller Regi Carpenter and continues through July 7th.

Book Club

Our book club meets monthly and the selection for the month of July is "A Man Called Ove" by Fredrik Backman. The group will be meeting on Monday, July 27th at 10 am.

Have a Kindle or other E-reader?

Did you know that our library offers thousands of adult, teen, and children's electronic books? Did you know we also have over 60 magazine titles to check out also? Would you like to learn how to borrow from this extensive online digital collection? Stop in and see our librarian and learn how you can check these items out from the comfort of your own home. All you need is a library card to get started.

Please put items inside a tied plastic bag before placing in the book drop.

Please remember to put your items inside a tied plastic bag before putting them in the book drop. Water (melted snow, sleet, or rain) can permanently damage items that are inside. Since we borrow materials from other libraries, if their items get damaged, we reimburse them for their loss. We are looking to get this fixed, but please use due diligence in the meantime.

Ancestry Program

Ancestry is now available. If you are interested in climbing your family tree, stop by the library and take a look at this program. This is a free service available to our patrons. We can help get you started, or if you need more help or additional information you can contact the Flower Memorial Libray in Watertown and find out upcoming dates of workshops they have regarding this popular topic.
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