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Chrisman Library News

We had a nice visit from Santa the other Wednesday night. He was looking well and even younger than last year!
The kids came in after the Christmas parade and got to listen to him read the Night Before Christmas poem.
They then had a little chat with him individually and headed home! It was fun! We had over forty kids here and at least that many parents!
We want to take a minute to thank the Shakespeare Club for their gift. They decided to not exchange gifts among themselves, but to give to the library! Thank you!
We have cookbooks for sale. You probably already have one, BUT they would make a wonderful, unique Christmas present for someone else.
They are only $10 and very nice looking. With over 300 recipes, they are a bargain!
For the hectic and busy holidays, here is an easy recipe from the cookbook.
2 (6 oz.) pkg strawberry jello
14 Twinkies
2 c hot water
32 oz. Frozen strawberries, thawed
Cool Whip
Put the Twinkies in a 9×13 pan. Mix together jello, water, and strawberries. Pour over Twinkies in pan. Let set in refrigerator. Spread with Cool Whip. Garnish with whole strawberries. (submitted by Harriet Graves)

Dream Town—David Baldacci
Find me—Alafair Burke
Better off dead—Lee Child
Someone to love—Jude Deveraux
Perfect Little Children—Sophie Hannah
Nothing to lose—Judith Jance
Sins of the fathers—Judith Jance
The other family—Wendy Corsi Staub

Three weeks to say goodbye—C.J. Box
The ghost of you—Heather Graham
10 anniversary—James Patterson
Count to ten—James Patterson
Death of the black widow—James Patterson
Lost—James Patterson

Taste of home cooking school: 50th anniversary cookbook
Stevia sweet recipes: sugar-free naturally!–Jeffrey Goettemoeller
The vintage workshop art-to-wear: 100 images and 40 projects to personalize fashion—Amy Barickman
Bless your heart: a collection of short stories and poetry—Susan Green Jaillet
Pieced from Ellen’s quilt: Ellen Spaulding Reed’s letters and story—Linda Otto Lipsett
Elizabeth Roseberry Mitchell’s Graveyard Quilt: an American pioneer saga—Linda Otto Lipsett
Rich dad, poor dad: what the rich teach their kids about money—that the poor and middleclass do not!–Robert Kiyosaki
Till murder do us part: true crime thrillers—James Patterson
A field guide to venomous animals and poisonous plants, North America—Steven Foster
Better homes and gardens after-40 health and medical guide
The world’s greatest treasury of health secrets
What you don’t know may be killing you—Don Colbert
The doctors book of food remedies: the newest discoveries in the power of food to cure and prevent health problems—Delena Yeager

Suspicion: a novel—Kate Brian
Rebel McKenzie—Candice F. Ransom
Sacred—Elana K. Arnold

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