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New Books Available for Curbside Pick-Up!

Posted 08/03/20

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It's that time again - virtual shelf browsing!

Below are some of the newest books to hit the shelves at the Library.

Call 304-233-0244 to reserve one of the below books, or log into your account with your library card number and 4-digit PIN in our online catalog and place yourself on reserve for any circulating book in our system. 


NEW FICTION:

New Fiction Available for curbside pick-up at the Library - The Golden Cage by Camilla Lackberg, A Beautiful Crime by Christopher RollenNew Fiction Available for curbside pick-up at the Library - The Goodbye Man by Jeffery Deaver, Rival's Break by Carla Neggers, The Request by David BellNew Fiction Available for Curbside Pickup at the Library - Stranger in the Lake by Kimberly Belle, Truth and Justice by Fern Michaels, More Than Words by Jill SantopoloNew Fiction Available for curbside pick-up at the Library - The Bluegrass Conspiracy by Sally Denton, A Midwife's Song - Oh, Freedom by Patricia Harman, Enough by C. D. Tony HytonNew Fiction Available for curbside pick-up at the Library - Death in Her Hands by Ottessa Moshfegh, 34 Days by Anita Waller, The Girl in the Glass Box by James GrippandoNew Fiction Available for curbside pick-up at the Library - The Daughters of Erietown by Connie Schultz, He Started It by Samantha Downing, Sea Wife by Amity GaigeNew Fiction Available for curbside pick-up at the Library - Bus to Corinth by Ladine Housholder, The Dilemma by B. A. Paris, The Secret Orphan by Glynis Peters

NEW MYSTERIES:

New Mysteries Available for curbside pick-up at the Library - 1st Case by James Patterson, A Murderous Relation by Deanna Raybourn, The Persuasion by Iris Johansen, The End of Her by Shari LapenaNew Mysteries Available for curbside pick-up at the Library - No Going Back by Sheena Kamal, Treacherousis the Night by Anna Lee Huber, Lantern Men by Elly Griffitus

NEW ROMANCES:

New Romance Available for curbside pick-up at the Library - A Walk Along the Beach by Debbie Macomber, Girls of Summer by Nancy Thayer, The Heirloom Garden by Viola Shipman

NEW NON-FICTION:

New Non-Fiction Available for curbside pick-up at the Library - Decadent Society by Ross Douthat, The System - Who Rigged It, How We Fix It by Robert B. Reich, Too Much and Never Enough by Mary L. TrumpNew Non-Fiction Available for curbside pick-up at the Library - The Answer Is - Reflections on My Life by Alex Trebek, Mary Magdalen Myth and Metaphor by Susan Haskins, The Boy Who Felt Too Much by Lorenz WagnerNew Non-Fiction Available for curbside pick-up at the Library - Greater by Paula White-Cain, All the Way to the Tigers by Mary Morris, The Girl in the Treehouse by Jennifer AsbensonNew Non-Fiction Available for curbside pick-up at the Library - Never Split the Difference by Chris Voss, Race Against Time by Jerry Mitchell

NEW DVDS:

New DVDs Available for curbside pick-up at the Library - Homeland Season Four, History of the Mississippi River, The Next Three Days starring Russell Crowe

NEW YA (YOUNG ADULT) BOOKS:

New Young Adult Books Available for curbside pick-up at the Library - Incendiary by Zoraida Cordova, Undaunted by Kat Falls, The June Boys by Court StevensNew Young Adult Books Available for curbside pick-up at the Library - The Winter Duke by Claire Eliza Bartlett, Again Again by E. Lockhart, The Mermaid, The Witch, and the Sea by Maggie Tokuda-HallNew Young Adult Books Available for curbside pick-up at the Library - Explorer Academy, Book four- The Star Dunes by Trudi Trueit, Takane and Hana by Yuki Shiwasy

NEW KIDS' BOOKS:

New Kids' Books Available for curbside pick-up at the Library - The Aviary by Kathleen O'Dell, Hi Fly Guy by Tedd Arnold, Owl Diaries - Eva's Treetop Festival by Rebecca Elliott

NEW THEMED KIDS BOOK BAGS:

We recently announced the availability to check out themed book bags for kids. Well, guess what? Now we have even more themes available. And, just like before, if you don't see a theme that suits your child, we can create custom themed bags for you.  Click here to view this video to learn more about our new themed bags

If you'd like to reserve for your kids or would like to request a custom bag, just call the Library at 304-232-0244 or email our Children's Specialist, Lee Ann, at [email protected] and let us know what kind of books you'd like to reserve for your kids. When the book bags are ready to be picked up, we'll call you and arrange a time for you to pick up the bag and any other items you'd like to check out from the Library.


Like anything you see above?

If you see something you'd like to reserve for curbside pick-up, call us at 304-232-0244 during our adjusted hours (10 am to 3 pm on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays and 10 am to 7 pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays), or log into your account on our online catalog and reserve materials over the internet. 

Once the Library staff has completed an online or telephone reserve request, a staff member will call you to schedule an appointment for curbside pickup.

And remember, if you don't see something you'd like to check out, you can always call us and make a request for a title we don't have or get suggestions for new books from our reference staff. 

Phone: 304-232-0244
Catalog: http://tlc.ohiocountylibrary.org:8080/


SUMMER READING 2020 - "READING TAKES YOU PLACES"

Have You Joined Our Summer Reading Challenge? 

It's still not too late - and it's easy! Download a 2020 OCPL Summer Reading booklet for full details.

Each minute you read between now and August 15th will count as one mile. We'll be keeping track of countries visited in books and miles (in minutes) read through an online platform. 

ReadSquared

READSquared is a new software the Library will be using to track our Summer Reading participation for all ages. Sign up online at ohiocountylibrary.readsquared.com or download the READsquared app at the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store.

We've been traveling in books for our 2020 OCPL Summer Reading Challenge: Reading Takes You Places here at the Library. We've made literary visits to Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, Antarctica, and beyond (check out our weekly recommended reading lists on our blog page). Last week, both the Children's Department and our Adult Programming Department visited South America. This week, as Summer Reading 2020 winds down, we're heading exploring to North America in the Children's Department and this Thursday at 6:30 pm our Summer Reading Program for adults will conclude with a virtual Geography Bee hosted by Dr. David Javersak (broadcast live on YouTube and Facebook). Win gift certificates to local restaurants by answering questions about the countries we've visited this summer - no registration required! 

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