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New books, DVDs at library

Published: Saturday, July 5, 2014 1:15 a.m. CDT

FRANKLIN GROVE – The Summer Reading Program continues from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Monday and July 14 and 21 at the Franklin Grove Public Library, 112 S. Elm St.

Richard Landry and his magical rabbit, Snowball, will perform a magic show Monday; Deb Moreland will bring her furry friends July 14, and Dave Rudolf’s music show will be July 21.

The Franklin Grove Library Book Club will meet at 5:30 p.m. July 15. The book selection is “Feminine Mystique,” by Betty Friedan. Copies are available at the circulation desk.

New books on the shelves are: New Books: “Christmas in Cowboy Country,” by Janet Dailey; “Across the Cheyenne River,” by John D. Nesbitt; “A Long Time Gone,” by Karen White (large print); “Resistant,” by Michael Palmer (large print); “The Smoke at Dawn,” by Jeff Shaara; “Top Secret Twenty-One,” by Janet Evanovich; “Rescue Mode,” by Ben Bova; “The Hurricane Sisters,” by Dorothea Benton Frank; “Child of Mine,” by Beverly and David Lewis; “The Red Chameleon,” by Erica Wright; “Save the Date,” by Mary Kay Andrews; “Stormy Persuasion,” by Johanna Lindsey; “Faceoff,” edited by David Baldacci; “China Dolls,” by Lisa See; “I Love You More,” by Jennifer Murphy; “Elizabeth is Missing,” by Emma Healey; “Earth Awakens,” by Orson Scott Card; “Nantucket Sisters,” by Nancy Thayer; “The Last Kind Words Saloon,” by Larry McMurtry; “All Fall Down,” by Jennifer Weiner; “Terminal City,” by Linda Fairstein; “Small Engines and Outdoor Power Equipment: A Care & Repair Guide for Lawn Mowers, Snow Blowers, & Small Gas-Powered Implements,” edited by Peter Hunn; “That Night,” by Chevy Stevens; “Mr. Mercedes,” by Stephen King; “Saints of New York,” by R.J. Ellory; “The Nile: A Journey Downriver Through Egypt’s Past and Present,” by Toby Wilkinson; “Prince of Fools,” by Mark Lawrence; “Yours for Eternity: A Love Story on Death Row,” by Damien Echols and Lorri Davis; “Pacific Payback: The Carrier Aviators Who Avenged Pearl Harbor at the Battle of Midway,” by Stephen L. Moore; “Invisible,” by James Patterson; and “Deserves to Die,” by Lisa Jackson.

New DVDs are: “The Nut Job,” “Still the Drums, “Robocop,” “Grand Budapest Hotel,” “The Lego Movie,” “Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit,” “Lone Survivor,” “Son of God,” “Endless Love,” “Still Mine,” “Winter’s Tale,” and “300: Rise of an Empire.

For more information, call the library at 815-456-2823.

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