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Chrisman Library News

Submitted by the Chrisman Public Library

It seems like we are on the brink of something! We are on the brink of Halloween, on the brink of Thanksgiving, and on the brink of Christmas. It’s not going to be dull for a good long while!
The Scare on the Square is starting Friday, October 22nd at 6:00 p.m. The first hour is the milder version and at 7:00 is the wilder version! This event isn’t just for kids! We have a lot of adults attend too! The Scare will be open on Friday the 22nd and 29th and Saturday the 23rd and 30th. The cost is $5 for those 16 and older and $3 for people under 16.
We are planning to sell Christmas wreaths in November. More about that later, but we will be taking orders and Carla from American Country Store will be hand-crafting them! On the brink!
We’ve been getting more book donations and I want to thank you generous people. We wouldn’t have so many books and so much variety without your gifts!
Deadly Heat—Richard Castle
Frozen Heat–Richard Castle
Raging Heat–Richard Castle
B is for burglar: a Kinsey Millhone mystery—Sue Grafton
C is for corpse—Sue Grafton
D is for Deadbeat—Sue Grafton
E is for evidence—Sue Grafton
X—Sue Grafton
Hour of the assassin—Matthew Quirk
Twelve sharp—Janet Evanovich
Visions of sugar plums—Janet Evanovich
Texas Ranger—James Patterson
The Madness of Crowds—Louise Penny
Someone knows—Lisa Scottoline
Atticus of Rome: 30 B.C.–Barry Denenberg
Persephone the phony—Joan Holub ARL 4.4
Artemis the brave—Joan Holub ARL 4.7
Five tales of fun!–Disney
The yellow yacht—Ron Roy
EASY for kids
Tooth trouble—Jane Clarke ARL 2.6
Life with Dick and Jane and friends
Llama Llama hoppity-hop—Anna Dewdney boardbook
Llama Llama zippity-zoom—Anna Dewdney boardbook
Gramdpa’s face—Eloise Greenfield ARL 3.5
M.A.D.L.Y. Mom and dad love you—Sally North
Race Day—Gail Tuchman ARL 1.5

Comanche moon—Larry McMurtry
A time to Slaughter-Wm. Johnstone
Straight talk, no chaser: how to find, keep, and understand a man—Steve Harvey 306.7
Baby Richard: a four year old comes home—Karen Moriarty 346.017
The Greatest speeches of Ronald Reagan—352.238
Wednesdays were pretty normal: a boy, cancer, and God—Michael Kelley 248.86
More than a carpenter—Josh McDowell
Eat that cookie!: make workplace positivity pay off—Liz Jazwiec 658.3
Maggie, a girl of the streets, and other writings about New York—Stephen Crane 813.4
Baby names: a new generation—Barbara Kay Turner 929.44
The Bomber Mafia: a dream, a temptation, and the longest night of the second World War—Malcolm Gladwell 940.54

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