BOOK SALE  The book sale will continue this week during the library’s regular hours.  There are still plenty of books, DVDs, puzzles, and more available at great deals.  We’ll close out with a $5 bag sale on Saturday.  Come find new reads and support the Friends of the Library.


MOVIE NIGHT  Join us this Thursday the 16th at 5:30 PM for a family-friendly film about a dog trying to find her way back to her owner.  We’ll have popcorn and refreshments for all.


REGULAR PROGRAMS  Music and Movement for toddlers is Tuesday at 10 AM.  Stories and Songs, for ages 2 – 4, is on Saturdays at 10 AM.  Drop-in computer help will be this Saturday the 18th from 11 AM – 12 PM.  Call the library or check online for all of the details on all of our upcoming events. 

JUST ARRIVED  Check out Who Slays the Wicked, the latest Sebastian St. Cyr mystery by C. S. Harris, or read three stories by James Patterson in The 13-Minute Murder plus a whole new novel in The First Lady.  David Baldacci’s Redemption is the latest in his Memory Man series.  John Burnham Schwartz imagines the life of Svetlana Alliluyeva, youngest child of Joseph Stalin, in The Red Daughter.  Dip into a haunted house story from Jennifer McMahon in The Invited, pick up a beach read in Jamie Brenner’s Drawing Home, solve a murder in a speakeasy in Susanna Calkins’s Murder Knocks Twice, or travel from Britain to India in The Unlikely Adventures of the Shergill Sisters by Balli Kaur Jaswal.  In the mood for some globetrotting?  Start out with Wayfinding, by M. R. O’Connor, to pry into the secrets of navigation.  Bill Geist recalls his summers working at his family’s resort in Lake of the Ozarks, while Alev Scott travels through Europe and the Middle East in Ottoman Odyssey.  Stop in to a family farm in Ireland and read about the realities of raising cattle in John Connell’s The Farmer’s Son.  You can also travel back in time with Thomas Forrest Kelly’s The Role of the Scroll to learn about record-keeping in Europe’s Middle Ages.  Ghosts of Gold Mountain, by Gordon H. Chang, looks at the lives of the Chinese laborers who built the western parts of America’s first transcontinental railway.  In biographies, check out Becoming Dr, Seuss, by Brian Jay Jones, or Susan Page’s look at Barbara Bush, The Matriarch.


We welcome your QUESTIONS, COMMENTS, CONCERNS, PURCHASE REQUESTS, AND PROGRAMMING IDEAS.  Contact us at 312 Washington Street, ogdlib@ncls.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!