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Chrisman Library News

Submitted by the Chrisman Public Library

We are really getting close to Thanksgiving! It’s one of the best holidays of the year! Take a few minutes to remember those blessings that have come your way. It’s worth it!
The library is also thinking about Christmas (already)! We are taking orders for Christmas wreaths until the day before Thanksgiving.
These are all natural evergreen with pine cones and berries and bows. They are $30 and you will need to pay when you order. Thank you! This will benefit the library!
We are also making plans for the December 1st celebration on the square.
I don’t want to go into details because they haven’t been completely settled yet, but mark that date on your calendar!
Also, thank you to all the many people who have donated books to the library! We appreciate it!
Huckleberry harvest—Jennifer Beckstrand
Down by the river—Robyn Carr
The dawn country: a people of the longhouse novel–Kathleen O’Neal Gear
The people next door—Bettye Griffin
The rancher’s promise—Brenda Harlen
Undaunted—Diana Palmer
The cottage—Sandra Steffen
Framed for life—Kristi Holl
Mom in the middle—Mae Nunn
Death takes a holiday—Susan Sleeman
The ties that bind—Janice A. Thompson
Her lakeside family—Leona Worth
The hundredth man—Jack Kerley
Last light—Andy McNab
Double play—Robert B. Parker
The Manhattan Hunt Club—John Saul

The half-stitched Amish quilting club—Wanda Brunstetter
The Amish nanny—Patricia Davids

Christmas wishes—Debbie Macomber
The twins’ family Christmas—Lee Tobin McClain
Twelve days of Christmas—Debbie Macomber (large print)

The fallen—David Baldacci
You’re gonna love me—Robin Lee Hatcher
No easy target—Iris Johansen
A million little things—Susan Mallery
Second chance girl—Susan Mallery
You say it first—Susan Mallery
Last kiss—Luanne Rice
The comforts of home—Jodi Thomas
Aspire higher: winning on and off the court with determination, discipline, and decisions—Avery Johnson 158 JOH
The power of full engagement: managing energy, not time, is the key to high performance and personal renewal—James Loehr 158.1
Twelve extraordinary women: how God shaped women of the Bible and what he wants to do with you—John MacArthur 220.9
The treasure principle—Randy Alcorn One word that will change your life—Dan Britton
Stuck in halftime: reinventing your one and only life—Bob Buford
Holy discontent: fueling the fire that ignites personal vision—Bill Hybels
Finishing well: what people who REALLY live do differently!–Bob Buford
Halftime: changing your game plan from success to significance—Bob Buford
Overwhelmed: winning the war against worry—Perry Noble
Half the sky: turning oppression into opportunity for women worldwide—Nicholas Kristof
The daily Drucker: 366 days of insight and motivation for getting the right things done—Peter Drucker
Purple cow: transform your business by being remarkable—Seth Godin

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