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What’s Happening at the Library

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There are seven new bestsellers, one new movie, eight new children's books, and seven other new books in our collection this week.  The new bestsellers this week include "Elevation," "Dark Sacred Night," and "The Witch Elm: A Novel." The new movie this week is "Good Witch: Season 3."


On Friday, November 30th, from 3:00 – 5:00 p.m., we welcome Sandy (Simpkins) Judy, formerly of Cambridge City, for a book signing for her newly published children’s book, Tissie’s Travels:  New York City about a girl named Tissie who likes to travel with her “terrifically cool grandmother.”  Sandy Judy is the former Sandy Simpkins from Cambridge City, Indiana.  She was the daughter of Marion and Joy Simpkins and graduated from Lincoln High School in 1972.  


Stop by our Maker Station this month to make a colorful and festive Turkey Magnet with which to proudly decorate your refrigerator.  They are so cute—you won’t want to miss this craft.


Evening book club meets Tuesday, November 20th at 6:30 p.m. to discuss How to Walk Away by Katherine Center.  Morning Book Club has a revised schedule for the holidays, meeting next on Monday, December 3rd to discuss The Longest Trip Home by John Grogan.


The beautiful autumn leaves of Cambridge City are already falling and blowing off the trees, and the cool air seems to have a piercing chill with flurries of snow in the forecast as I write this.  What better weather to curl up with a good book from the library, a cup of tea/cocoa/coffee, and a companion animal of your choice to warm your heart through an autumn storm?  If you can’t make it in to the library, you can download the “Libby” app for Android or iOS, enter your library card number, and start downloading e-books and e-audios.  Just in!  With Libby, you now have access to over 160 current E-magazine titles, including Redbook, Country Living, American Girl, Newsweek, Guideposts, History Revealed, Motor Trend, Lonely Planet, Popular Science, and Readers’ Digest.