BOOK SALE The Friends of the Library will be holding their Spring Book Sale beginning next week, from Thursday evening through the following Saturday afternoon, the 18th. Proceeds fund library programming and other purchases throughout the year.
REGULAR PROGRAMS Music and Movement for toddlers is Tuesday at 10 AM. Stories and Songs, for ages 2 – 4, will return on May 18th. Drop-in computer help will be this Saturday the 4th from 11 AM – 12 PM and next Tuesday the 7th from 6 – 7 PM. Call the library or check online for all of the details on all of our upcoming events.
JUST ARRIVED Check out new novels by Vince Flynn (Red War,) Diane Setterfield (Once Upon a River,) Lisa Scottoline (Someone Knows,) Ann B. Ross (Miss Julia Takes the Wheel,) Linda Fairstein (Blood Oath,) T. C. Boyle (Outside Looking In,) and John Sandford (Neon Prey.) Try something with a literary theme in Kim Michele Richardson’s The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek (about a traveling library in Depression-era Kentucky,) The Binding by Bridget Collins (set in a world where memories can be literally captured in books,) Robert Hillman’s The Bookshop of the Brokenhearted (set in 1960s Australia,) or The Library of Lost and Found by Phaedra Patrick (about family secrets and fairy tales.) The Book of Dreams, by Nina George, follows the lives of a comatose man and the people who care for him, while Kris Waldherr’s The Lost History of Dreams is a tale of gothic ghosts and early photography. Travel back to the start of the 20th century with Stephanie Marie Thornton’s American Princess, starring Alice Roosevelt, daughter of Theodore, or go further back with Louis Bayard’s Courting Mr. Lincoln. A Stranger Here Below, by Charles Fergus, is a mystery set in post-colonial Pennsylvania. We have three novels about traveling in search of a home: Crossing, by Pajtim Statovci, The Parisian, by Isabella Hammad, and City of Jasmine, by Olga Grjasnowa. In science fiction, try Arkady Martine’s A Memory Called Empire, Suzanne Palmer’s Finder, Rebecca Roanhorse’s Storm of Locusts (sequel to Trail of Lightning,) or C. A. Fletcher’s A Boy and His Dog at the End of the World, orCraig Schaefer’s Ghosts of Gotham, a new urban fantasy.
We welcome your QUESTIONS, COMMENTS, CONCERNS, PURCHASE REQUESTS, AND PROGRAMMING IDEAS. Contact us at 312 Washington Street, firstname.lastname@example.org, 315-393-4325, or through any of our social media sites (you can do a search for Ogdensburg Public Library or find the links on our website, ogdlib.org.)
REGULAR HOURS are 9 AM to 8 PM on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday, 9 AM to 5 PM on Wednesday and Friday, and 9 AM to 3 PM on Saturday. We look forward to hearing from you and seeing you at your library!