Library

INTERESTING BOOKS IN THE LIBRARY
 
FICTION
Hearts at Home, by Lori Copeland (F COP)
A.D. 33, by Ted Dekker (F DEK)
Taken, by Dee Henderson (F HEN)
The Secret of Pembroke Park, by Julie Klassen (F KLA)
The Chaperone, by Laura Moriarty (F MOR)
On Top of Spoon Mountain, by John Nichols (F NIC)
The Icecutter’s Daughter (Series – #1), by Tracie Peterson (F PET)
The Quarryman’s Bride (Series – #2), by Tracie Peterson (F PET)
The Miner’s Lady (Series – #3), by Tracie Peterson (F PET)
The Inheritance, by John Nichols (F NIC)
Wildwood Creek, by Lisa Wingate (F WIN)
NONFICTION
The Paradigm, by Jonathan Cahn (231.74 CAH)
Forgiven, by Adam Hamilton (234.5 HAM)
Love As a Way of Life, by Gary Chapman (241.4 CHA)
Glory Days, by Max Lucado (248.4 LUC)
Fresh Start, by Joel Osteen (248.4 OST)
JUVENILE FICTION
Take Charge, by Melody Carlson (JF CAR)
Diary of a Wimpy Kid, by Jeff Kinney (JF KIN)
CHILDREN
A Loud Winter’s Nap, by Katie Hudson (E HUD)
Dragons Love Tacos, by Adam Ruben (E RUB)
Waiting Is Not Easy! (an Elephant and Piggy book), by Mo Williams (E WIL)
All-Time Favorite Bible Stories—New Testament, by Gilbert V. & Ronald A. Beers (E 225.95 BEE)
 
Many DVD’s are also available for all ages.
 
If the book you want is not in its proper Dewey location on the shelf, look in the cubbies just inside the library door where some new books are put.