Issue 47 September/October 2011 The Outreach W E S T E RV I L L E P U B L I C L I B R A RY As fall approaches, we’re amazed to say that our Novel Destination summer reading program has come to an end in August. Weekly prizes, as well as the grand prizes, will be distributed during the month of September. Also, voter registration forms and request for absentee ballots forms for the upcoming election will be available upon request. Cheese Pizza Read a Book Swap Ideas Day! Day! Day! Positive NationalGrandparents Thinking Make a Hat Play Doh Day! Day! Day! Day!National International Miniature ElephantCheeseburger Talk Like a Golf Day! Appreciation Day! Pirate Day! Day! Nat’l Good Neighbor Day!
P a g e 2 Staff PicksMARIE HEATHER In the continuation of Shanghai Girls, a devastatedMonsters of Templeton . by Lauren Groff Dreams of Joy Joy flees to China to search After she returns home to her mother’s house, by Lisa See for her real father while heryoung Willie uncovers painful mother, Pearl, desperatelyfamily memories when theremains of a creature are JULIE pursues her.found in the town lake. Those Who Save Us by Jenna BlumInsidious (2011, PG-13) Sunshine Cleaning For fifty years, Anna Schlemmer has re- (2009,R) fused to talk about her life during WWII. Her daughter Trudy, now a German his- tory professor, begins investigating the ELLYN past and discovers her mother’s secrets. THOMAS Now You See Her Carte Blanche by Joy Fielding Pieces of April (2003, PG-13) by Jeffrey DeaverFifty year old Marcy isdistraught over a cheating husband and the death This new thriller finds James Bond taking on aof her daughter. But on a trip to Iceland, Marcy horrific modern day villain. From London to Af-thinks she sees her daughter strolling past her on rica, the adventure continues.the sidewalk. The search for the truth begins. The Adjustment Bureau (2011, PG-13) West Side Story (1961, NR) Upcoming g E v e n t s U p c o m i n eventsSeptember 11th... 9/11 Remembrance Service at 2:00 pm at First RespondersPark. 374 W. Main St.September 13th... Ohio and the Underground Railroad. Presented by BethWeinhardt of the Westerville Public Library Local History Dept. at 7;30 pm inthe Westerville Public Library Meeting rooms.(It will be part of the regularWesterville Historical Society Meeting) 126 S. State St. Call 614-882-7277ext.2160 for more info.October 21st… Genoa Baptist Church Senior Fest. Many businesses that offerservices for seniors attend to answer questions and give free screenings. Come seethe biggest outreach in Genoa for yourself! Contact the church for more info:740-965-5548