Extreme Makeover Library Edition
Connie with our Book Club books in the lower level.
Have you been afraid to go into our Lower Level at Cook Park? Is it a warehouse? A dungeon? A black hole?
Were you afraid if you ventured into the tall, black shelves you would never be heard from again?
Be afraid no more!
The lower level has been transformed with new, lighter shelving. The whole room looks larger and brighter. Collections have been moved around and new signs are prominent and helpful for identification and browsing. Mysteries and science fiction surround the reference desk—don’t be afraid to ask for recommendations.
Check out our pinwheel shelving featuring the foreign language collection and our book club books. Did you even know that we have a local history, literary criticism and a large paperback collection? We have a vast CD collection and new titles come in every week.
You’ll be AMAZED or at least “pleasantly surprised.”
On a Mystery note—I really enjoyed the mystery series by Elly Griffiths. Ruth Galloway is a forensic archaeologist in Norfolk, England who gets called to identify discoveries of bones, some modern and some from medieval times. Of course, the local policeman is annoying but attractive. If you like a strong female character, start with The Crossing Places.