At the Library 6/3/21

By LeAnn Kunz

Summertime is here, the “livin’ is easy”, and is time for another Ridiculous Days Book Sale at the Washington Public Library.  Stop by on Thursday, June 3 from 8 a.m.–7 p.m., Friday, June 4 from 8 a.m.–4 p.m., and Saturday, June 5 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. and “fill a bag for a buck”!  Stock up for the pool and the beach, the patio and the porch, the planes, trains, and automobiles.  Or just get a pile to put in front of the air conditioner!  All of the funds will go towards future programing and projects at the library.  We have lots of books in lots of genres to sell and they will be located in the front vestibule during this sale for you to shop.

In the upcoming months we are also planning to refurbish the ReBook room, our bookstore in the lower level of the library.  We have received some grant money to repaint and spiff up the room.  After that is complete, the Teen Advisory Board will be restocking it with fresh, used books and it will be open daily later in the summer.

We hope you will come buy some books.  Reduce, reuse, ReBook!

New Materials @ the Library

Adult Fiction

A Man Named Doll by Jonathan Ames
Invitation To a Bonfire by Adrienne Celt
The Sabateurs
by Clive Cussler
Paradise, Nevada
by Dario Diofebi
Death of a Showman
by Mariah Fredericks
Beach Read
by Emily Henry
People We Meet on Vacation
by Emily Henry
Break Out
by Paul Herron
The Unkindness of Ravens
by M.E. Hilliard
The Drowning Kind
by Jennifer McMahon
by Fern Michaels
Hot Stew
by Fiona Mozley
by Nora Roberts
The Lost Village
by Camilla Sten
Under the Wave a Waimea
by Paul Theroux
The Last Night in London
by Karen White
Head Case
by Michael Wiley
by Stuart Woods

Adult Nonfiction

The Great Quake
by Henry Fountain
The Impossible Climb
by Alex Honnold
The Bookseller of Florence
by Ross King
On Fire
by Naomi Klein
by Katherine May
The Haunting of Alma Fielding
by Kate Summerscale
The Third Pole
by Mark Synnott
The Agitators
by Dorothy Wickenden