Hot New Books
- Stone Mattress, by Margaret Atwood
- Close Your Eyes, Hold Hands, by Chris Bohjalian
- Station Eleven, by Emily St. John Mandel
- The Queen of the Tearling, by Erika Johanson
- How to Disappear, by Frank Ahearn
- Edge of Eternity, by Ken Follett
- The Long Way Home, by Louise Penny
- The Story Hour, by Thrity Umrigar
- The Homing Instinct, by Bernd Heinrich
- Organic Mushroom Farming, by Tradd Cotter
New Popular DVDs
- Age of Uprising
- The Fault in Our Stars
- Chasing Shackleton
- The Selfish Giant
Hot New Children's Books
- Quest, by Aaron Becker
- The Fourteenth Goldfish, by Jennifer Holm
- Deer Dancer, by Mary Lyn Rayr
- Pinkalicious, Soccer Star, by Victoria Kann
- The Iron Trial, by Holly Black
- Parrots over Puerto Rice, by Susan Roth
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Holiday Book Sale Saturday, December 6 10AM-3PM
The Craftsbury Public Library opens our doors to holiday gift seekers for a special gift book sale on Saturday, December 6 from 10AM to 3PM. This sale features quality books selected to make fine presents, including a special selection of art books, a collection of gardening books, and some unusual and rare antiquarian titles. There will also be new fiction, children's titles, and non-fiction books available during the sale. Library board members will be on hand to gift wrap customer purchases.
At 11AM, librarians Linda Wells and Jen McKenzie will perform A Woodland Holiday Tale. This puppet show is adapted from the book by Linda and Jen, and features wild animals finding a way to celebrate the season.
For more information about the book sale or the puppet show, contact the library at 586-9683 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Library Nationally Recognized As America's Star Libraries
The Craftsbury Public Library is one of 3 libraries in the state
to be given the rank of Five Star Library. The November 2011 issue
of Library Journal features an article on the new Index of Public
The LJ Index rates U.S. public libraries with total expenditures of $10,000 or more which serve populations of at least 1000. Ratings are based on four per-capita service indicators:
- library visits
- program attendance
- public Internet computer use