Issue 42 November/December 2010 The OutreachW E S T E RV I L L E P U B L I C L I B R A RY BREAKING NEWS! The Outreach Cast Changes Once Again Jennifer, one of our be-loved staff members has leftour department for a positionin Adult Reference here at theWesterville Public Library.She will be greatly missed.But, we would like to takethis time to welcome thenewest member of the Out-reach team: Heather Fisher.Heather has been here at WPL for 3 years as of October1st. She is happily married with two sons, Aaron andColin and loves to walk her Corgi named Ollie. Heather isvery active in her neighborhood Bunko club and enjoyscooking and reading. Her favorite genres of books are his-torical fiction and biographies. Heather’s Picks Shanghai Girls by Lisa See Two sisters leave Shanghai to find new lives in 1930s Los Angeles Monty Python and the Holy Grail (PG)
P a g e 2 Staff Picks THOMAS ELLYN KEITH A Walk to Remember Grand Avenue The Help by Nicholas Sparks by Ivy Fielding by Katherine Stockett A romance between a troubled This insightful novel follows In Jackson, Mississippi, in 1962,teen and a minister’s daughter in four women through a twenty three women start a movement present day North Carolina. year friendship in their upscale that forever changes their town Cincinnati neighborhood. and the way women view one another. The Runaways (R) Now, Voyager (NR) Brothers (R) JULIE HAPPY HOLIDAYS!! The Girl Who Chased the Moon by Sarah Addison AllenEmily Benedict comes to Mullaby North Caro-lina, and discovers mysteries aren’t solved in Mullaby, they’re a way of life. A Patch of Blue (NR) Upcoming Events November 6 ...26th Annual Mark Twain Craft Bazaar 10am-3pm at Westerville North High School (950 County Line Rd.) Enjoy hand made crafts from over 125 artists from all over Ohio! December 4...Home for the Holidays 3-8pm. The Uptown Westerville Merchants Association invites you to attend this spectacular event in Historic Uptown. The Event includes music, carriage rides and a wreath and garland sale. December 6-10…Snowflake Castle at the Westerville Senior Center (310 W. Main St.) Enjoy movies, puppet shows, and a gift shop. Call 614-901-6560 for schedule.