Thursday, January 18

January's Most Requested Items

These are the most requested items during the month of January at CMRLS branches. Check the catalog, Rosie's Web, to add your name to the request list for any of these titles.

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead mans chest
Friday night lights
Garfield, the movie
Drums along the Mohawk
Fantastic 4
I can do bad all by myself
In her shoes
Madeas family reunion
O brother where art thou
Sisterhood of the traveling pants
Superman returns
Thicker than water
World Trade Center

Dream, by Barack Obama
Child called it, by David J. Pelzer
Cheats and charlatans, by John Stossel
Iwo Jima, by Jack Lucas
Lessons in becoming myself, by Ellen Burstyn
Never die easy, by Walter Payton
Roughstock: the mud, the blood, and the beer, by Ty Murray

Adult Fiction
Cross, by James Patterson
The cat who had 60 whiskers, by Lilian Jackson Braun
Coming out, by Danielle Steel
Dear John, by Nicholas Sparks
Definitely dead, by Charlaine Harris
Ever after, by Karen Kingsbury
Exile, a novel, by Richard North Patterson
For one more day, by Mitch Albom
Hunters: A presidential agent novel, by W. E. B. Griffin
Love is never painless: Three novellas, by Eileen M. Honhson
Motor mouth, by Janet Evanovich
Plum lovin, by Janet Evanovich
At risk, by Patricia Daniels Cornwell
Bishops daughter, by Wanda E. Brunstetter
Quilters daughter, by Wanda E. Brunstetter
Brother Odd, by Dean R. Koontz
Odd Thomas, by Dean R. Koontz
Ravenscar dynasty, by Barbara Taylor Bradford
Santa cruise: A holiday mystery at sea, by Carol Higgins Clark
Seasons: A novel, by Bonnie Hopkins
Shadow dance: A novel, by Julie Garwood
Shape shifter, by Tony Hillerman
Short straw, by Stuart Woods
Stalemate, by Iris Johansen
Thirteen moons: A novel, by Charles Frazier
Time to embrace, by Karen Kingsbury
True evil, by Greg Iles
Water for elephants: A novel, by Sara Gruen
When somebody loves you back, Mary B. Morrison
Wild fire, by Nelson DeMille
6 Rainier Drive, by Debbie Macomber
Drop dead gorgeous, by Linda Howard
Promise for Ellie, by Lauraine Snelling

Adult Nonfiction
For survival and faith in the ashes of 9/11, by Leslie D. Haskin
Collected, by Corrie Ten Boom
Closer walk: A spiritual lifeline to God, by Catherine Marshall
Creating Web pages for dummies, by Arthur Bebak
Culture warrior, by Bill O'Reilly
Edgar Allan Pe, by Edgar Allan Poe
Financial peace, by Dave Ramsey
Named Lava, by Jay Kopelman
Hand to guide me, by Daniel Paisner
Illustrated Star Wars univers, by Ralph McQuarrie
Innocent Man, by John Grisham
Inside my heart: Choosing to live with passion and purpose, by Robin McGraw
Insight case files from the psychic world, by Sylvia Browne
Manning, by Archie Manning
Pain: The gift nobody wants, by Paul W. Brand
Parents guide to Down syndrome toward a brighter future, by Siegfried M. Pueschel
Sylvia Brownes book of angels, by Sylvia Brone
Tipping point: How little things can make a big difference, by Mlcolm Gladwell
Spaces way, by Trading Spaces Television program
Way of the peaceful warrior: A book that changes lives, by Dan Millman
You on a diet: The owners manual, by Mehmet Oz
Your best life now 7 steps to living at your full potential, by Joel Osteen

Young Adult Fiction
Eldest, by Christopher Paolini
Eragon, by Chrisopher Paolini
Harry Potter and the half blood prince, by J. K. Rowling
Juvenile Fiction
Junie B. Jones has a monster under her bed, by Denise Brunkus
Year of Miss Agnes, by Kirkpatrick Hill

Juvenile Nonfiction
Hurricane Katrina strikes the Gulf Coast disaster survival, by Mara Miller
Witchcraft of Salem village, by Shirley Jackson

Wednesday, January 10

New Services @ your library!

CMRLS is offering two new services!

NextReads is an email readers' advisory service with over 20 topics and genres, fiction and nonfiction, from which to choose. These can be read online or delivered to your email address, FREE of charge. You'll see the book cover, read a short synopsis of the book, and click the link to the CMRLS catalog to request the book. We'll even give you "read-alike" authors! Do you like John Grisham, or Faye Kellerman? Let us tell you who writes in the same genre. Teen Scene is available now, and a Kid's List is comig soon! Try it today.

Auto Repair Reference Center contains 26,000 Domestic and Imported vehicles from 1945 to present, 70,000 technical service bulletins & recalls, wiring diagrams, factory drawings, step-by-step photos, specifications & maintenance schedules, and MORE! If you are interested in keeping your car in the best shape possible, this is the resource for you. Contact your library for the "library code" to gain access to this valuable database.

D'Lo Public Library Closed

D'Lo Public Library is closed until further notice. The position of Branch Manager for the D'Lo Library is vacant; click here for more information. The Mendenhall Public Library is open Monday 10-7, Tuesday & Thursday 9:30-5:30, Wednesday & Friday 9-5, & Saturday 9-12 for your convenience.