Come in and have a look and check out the great new items that we have for you.

Some of the newest books that we have gotten are:

Adult Fiction: Able One by Ben Bova — Blood ties by Kay Hooper —Brava, Valentine by Ardriana Trgiani — Fired up by Jayne Ann Krentz —  The first rule by Robert Crais — Flirt by Laurell K. Hamilton — Kisser by Stuart Woods — Worst Case by James Patterson.

Non- Fiction: So long insecurity by Beth Moore — Game change: Obama and the Clintons, McCain and Palin, and the race of a lifetime by John Heilemann and Mark Halperin — Emily Post’s prom and party ettiquette by Cindy Post Senning and Peggy Post — Job hunting for Dummies by Robert Half.

Our newest movies: Surrogates — Halloween II — Time traveller’s wifeCloudy with a chance of meatballsCouples retreat — a trio of Johnny Depp movies (Benny & Joon, Edward Scissorhands, From hell), — a John Wayne collectoin (Flying tigers, Snads of Iwo Jima, Quiet Man, and Wake of the Red Witch) — and the best of the History Channel collection.

We’ve got music too!! The latest are: I dreamed a dream by Susan Boyle — Play on by Carrie Underwood — Sara Smile by Jimmy Wayne — the E.N.D. by the Black Eyed Peas — The element of Freedom by Alicia Keys.

Don’t forget the large selection of audio books and children‘s items we have.

Book Club News

The bookclub is going strong.  We have eight regular members and two new ones.  We want to welcome Kandi Slone and Kathy Baker to our group.  This month we have read “Home to Holly Springs” by Jan Karon, and are going to be discussing it on Tuesday, February 9th at Noon.

We encourge our patrons to come and join us.  We enjoy great company, good conversation and a variety of dishes with each meeting.  We meet the second Tuesday of the month at noon.

Our book for March will be the “Cloud of Unknowing” by Thomas H. Cook.


It’s been a while since I blogged about the book club.  It’s still going strong and we have gotten about three new member.  We are reading “Miss Julia stands her ground” by Ann B. Ross.   We enjoy the food and company that the meetings bring.  The next meeting is on March 17th around noon.  Come and join us in the fun.

Storyhour Fun

One of the story hour favorites is to sing the ABC’s. A new twist offered by one of the children is.. “A B C D E F G, wash those germs right off of me.” Silly songs are lots of fun but the fun really starts with Ring Around The Roses 4, 5, 6 times. 

Your child will laugh, listen and sing at the library. Join us.

Making them happy makes me happy…

19 people have signed up for the library’s first Book Club!  It has been a great start for the Book Club.  The first book chosen was “Angels & Demons” by Dan Brown (the author of “The Da Vinci Code”).  A light luncheon was held and a lively discussion was had. 

We are off to a good start!!!

Our next book will be “Emma’s War” by Deborah Scroggins.


Dr Suess’s Birthday

cat-in-the-hat.doc Come celebrate Dr Seuss’s birthday at the Harry Caudill Library 10:30 Thursday March 6, 2008. We will read Dr Seuss books, play where is Horton’s Whos, Green eggs and ham tic tac toe, make Cat in the Hat Hats, and enjoy birthday cake and ice-cream.

Letcher County Libraries will have summer reading during the months of June and July. The theme this year is Catch The
Reading Bug. Schedule will be posted soon.