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April Programs Galore

Discussions on “The Indifferent Stars Above” will take place at every library in the system.  Littlestown will be holding their discussion on Friday, April 7th at 1:30pm.  New Oxford will discuss the book on Thursday, April 13th at 9:00am.  The discussion will take place at the new library in Carroll Valley on Monday, April 17th at 7:00pm.  2:00pm on Wednesday...

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Hot New Titles for April 2017

The Red Hunter Lisa Unger Ominous Lisa Jackson, Nancy Bush & Rosalind Noonan No Easy Target Iris Johansen The Night the Lights Went Out Karen White One Perfect Lie Lisa Scottoline The Fix David Baldacci Fast & Loose Stuart Woods The Lost Order Steve Berry Golden Prey John Sandford The Burial Hour: a Lincoln Rhyme novel Jeffery Deaver All By Myself, Alone: a novel M...
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Hot New Titles for March 2017

The Hollywood Daughter Kate Alcott In Farleigh Field Rhys Bowen Pekoe Most Poison Laura Childs The Devil's Triangle Catherine Coulter & J.T. Ellison The Cutthroat Clive Cussler & Justin Scott Mississippi Blood : a novel Greg Iles Man Overboard: An Ali Reynolds Novel J A Jance The Devil and Webster Jean Hanff Korelitz If Not for You : a novel Debbie Macomber Forever a H...
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DVD's on Order for March 2017

Bleed for This Brokenwood Mysteries, Series 3 DCI Banks, Season 5 Edge of Seventeen Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them Fences Jack Taylor, Set 3 Jackie Lion Loving Miss Sloane Nocturnal Animals Priceless Z Nation, Season 3 ...
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New Facility for Our Branch Serving Southwest Adams County!

Last week, many volunteers helped move the library to its new space, and we could not have accomplished the move without them.  There were Fairfield Area High School students and Boy Scouts as well as other community members.  They helped pack, move, unpack and assemble furniture.  Cooperation of the staff, volunteers and weather made for a quick and easy move.

Although...

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Poets at BookTalk February 27

Born in Hawaii to a large Japanese American family, Gladys says that much of her poetry reveals the exciting yet traumatic experiences she had as a first generation Nisei in the United States particularly during World War II.  While a student at New York University where she was studying to receive a degree in nursing, Gladys took classes in creative writing.  She continued her writin...

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2017 Edible Books

Registration is now open for the 2017 Edible Books Contest!

Pick up your registration form by clicking here or at any library!

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Pen names, discussions, and more ...

What do Mark Twain, Sophie Kinsella, Stephen King and George Orwell have in common? These are all pen names (or pseudonyms) for well-known writers.  Mark Twain is Samuel Clemens, Madeleine Sophie Wickham is Sophie Kinsella, Stephen King is Richard Bachman. One of my favorite authors, Victoria Holt, has also written as Philippa Carr and Jean Plai...

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It's Love Your Library Month

Express Your Love with an Honor Book

Looking for a way to show special appreciation to a loved one this Valentine’s Day? The ACLS accepts donations of $35 per book to expand our collection. An Honor Book donation offers a lasting tribute for friends, family, teachers, co-workers, and even those purrrfect pets in your life. The ACLS staff will take into consideration the subject and pr...

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February 9, 2017

The library system is currently running on a 2-hour delay and plans to open at 11:00am.

Please check back here prior to coming in, as this status may change.

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Items on Order

Books

Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman A Book of American Martyrs by Joyce Carol Oates The Lost Book of the Grail by Charlie Lovett Banana Cream Pie Murderby  Joanne Fluke Bone Box by Faye Kellerman Death of a Ghost by M.C. Beaton Garden of Lamentations by Deborah Crombie Racing the Devil by Charles Todd Echoes in Death by J.D. Rob...
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You Have Resources

Flipster is our digital magazine resource.  It offers an easy, browse-able reading experience. You can browse magazines by category as well as perform searches for specific periodicals. An online newsstand provides a carousel of the most recent issues, as well as a carousel of all issues allowing for quick access to magazines. The table of contents contains links for quick access to articl...

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Harbaugh-Thomas Library - Delayed Opening

Update: The Harbaugh-Thomas Library will be closed today, Thursday, February 2nd and tomorrow, Friday, February 3rd due to having no water.

The Harbaugh-Thomas Library will not be opening until 2:00pm today, Thursday, February 2nd due to water pipe issues.

Please call the Harbaugh-Thomas Library before visiting just to make sure they are open.

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