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July 2012

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JULY SPECIAL EVENTS

JULY 2 JULY 3 JULY 4 JULY 6 OPENING THE DOOR TO YOUR DREAMS PROGRAM | 6:30-7:15 PM POPPIN' ROCKETS! CRAFT | 11:00-11:30 AM LIBRARY CLOSED-INDEPENDENCE DAY LEGO BUILD YOUR DREAM! 3:00-4:00 PM

Salem Township Public Library

What's In It for You? Serving Southeastern Warren County:

The Townships of Salem, Hamilton, Harlan, and Southern Washington

MON-TUE: WED-THU: FRI: SAT: SUN: 10:00 AM-8:00 PM 10:00 AM-6:00 PM 10:00 AM-5:00 PM CLOSED CLOSED 535 W. PIKE STREET MORROW, OH 45152 (513) 899-2588 www.salem-township.lib.oh.us

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UNIVERSE IN A JAR CRAFT | 6:30-7:30 PM MAKE YOUR OWN CONSTELLATION! CRAFT 11:00-11:30 AM

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THE HUNGER GAMES PROGRAM 6:00-7:30 PM HOME PRESERVATION OF FOOD WORKSHOP 6:00-7:30 PM MOSAIC DREAM MONOGRAM CRAFT 4:00-5:00 PM

LIGHTED PAPER LANTERNS CRAFT 3:30-5:00 PM MONSTER BLOW-OUT PARTY! 6:30-7:30 PM NO-SCARE MONSTER PALS CRAFT 11:00-11:30 AM

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BRICKS 4 KIDZ PROGRAM 6:30-7:30 PM

StoryTime for Little Dreamers (18 months-PreK & an adult): Wednesdays | 11:00-11:30 am

LEGO BUILD YOUR DREAM! 3:00-4:00 PM MARK WADE & THE DREAM MACHINE FAMILY PROGRAM | 6:30-7:15 PM SHOOTING ROCKETS CRAFT | 11:00-11:30 AM LIBRARY AFTER-HOURS EVENT | 7:00-9:00 PM

STARRED EVENTS REQUIRE REGISTRATION

2012 SUMMER READING PROGRAM JULY EVENTS STARRED EVENTS REQUIRE REGIS TRATI ON

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2 Opening the Door to Dreams 9 Universe in a Jar Craft 16 Monster Blow-Out Party! 23 Mark Wade's Dream Machine!

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3 Poppin' Rockets! Craft CLOSE at 5 pm 10 Make a Constellation! Craft Hunger Games Program 17 No-scare Monster Pals Craft 24 Shooting Rockets! Craft The Library After Hours!

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4 CLOSED FOR THE HOLIDAY 11 Mosaic Dream Monogram Craft 18 BRICKS 4 KIDZ Program 25 5

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The Hunger Games Program: Do you have what it takes to win The Games? Teens in grades 6-12 can register to see who the victors will be. There will be body art, crafts, a water balloon toss, candy & other treats, and a library arena scavenger hunt! Everyone will go home with a parachute full of goodies. Call or stop in to sign up and see if the odds are in your favor. Limit 30 teens. Bricks 4 Kidz Program: Do you love building with LEGOS? Then this program was made for you! Kids ages 5-12 can sign up to join the party. Learn the creative process of model design and discover how LEGO components can work together to create amazing structures. Do you think you have what it takes to be a Bricks 4 Kidz builder? Call or stop in to register. Limit 15 kids. Join us for The Library's After-Hours Event! In celebration of a great summer full of reading, the library is staying open late! Make sure to sign up so you can hang out from 7-9 with us. You'll be competing in "Minute to Win it" games, playing Wii on an 8' projector screen, eating pizza & popcorn, making monster crafts, fairy & gnome crafts, playing Library Bingo, and more. See you all for a magical night!

You could win a new Kindle Fire or Nook Tablet! How? Sign up and participate in the Summer Reading Program. The more materials you check out, and the more books you read, the more chances you have to win!

WHAT'S IN IT FOR YOU

11th Hour by James Patterson This Women's Murder Club novel finds Lindsay Boxer pregnant, yet keeping busy trying to find a ruthless killer who has taken the lives of at least four people. And the murder weapon? A gun taken from her own department's evidence locker. Anyone could be the murderer, even her closest friends.

You can now check out, download and transfer digital audio books and music from a library computer to your compatible device. Titles are available from www.ohioebooks.org. Try it today! Missing Child Odd Interlude #1 Patricia MacDonald Dean Koontz Adult Fiction Adult Fiction E-book format E-book format Little Night The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel Luanne Rice Deborah Moggach Adult Fiction Adult Fiction Audio book format Audio book format The Ohio eBook Project website has a new look! If you haven't checked it out, visit www.ohioebooks.org to browse, check out, and download your favorite titles. Pick up an updated "e-book bookmark" inside the library for helpful hints & how-to's. Check out our newest digital item: a Playaway View! A Playaway View is a portable, durable, handheld digital video player that holds hours of your child's favorite stories, including: Arthur's Adventures, Bedtime with Sesame, The Teacher from the Black Lagoon and Other Back-to-School Stories, and more. The library currently has 7 Playaway Views that may be checked out on an adult card for seven days. Each includes a chargeable AC adaptor and a head-phone jack and built-in speakers. Use your library card to check one out today!

Dana Stabenow's fans will love her popular characters Kate Shugak and Liam Campbell teaming up for the first time in Restless in the Grave. Kate's involved in her hardest case yet; one fraught with murder, conspiracy, and dark family secrets. Heartwarming and funny, We Bought a Zoo is a family favorite movie about a man from Southern California who, along with his family and his employees, buys a failing zoo and works hard to bring it back to life. Nora Roberts' In Death series begins with Naked in Death, which follows N.Y. Police Lieutenant Eve Dallas as she's caught up in murder cases and passionate affairs. Eve is in a dangerous spot; she's attracted to Roarke, an Irish billionaire, who also happen to be a suspect in Eve's investigation. Willa Jackson learns that an old classmate has restored her family's home to its former glory. But when a skeleton is found buried beneath a peach tree, dangerous passions and betrayals surface in Sarah Addison Allen's Peach Keeper. Nothing beats flipping through a real magazine! The library owns numerous titles. Staff favorites include: Everyday with Rachael Ray, Ohio Magazine, and Cook's Country, which has kitchen tips and shortcut tricks, and expert-tested recipes. Also look for our brand new title, Consumer Reports on Health.

Deadlocked by Charlaine Harris There's a dead woman's body in vampire Eric Northman's front yard, and when Sookie Stackhouse realizes the Vampire King, Felipe de Castro is in town, she knows there is about to be big trouble. The dead woman has nothing to do with Sookie...or so she thought. She has an enemy, one far more devious than she would ever suspect, who's set out to send Sookie's world crashing. Calico Joe by John Grisham 21-year-old AA star Joe Castle has just been called to the big leagues, standing in for the Cubs' injured first baseman. Joe, from Calico Rock, Arkansas, soon smashes all rookie records and becomes everyone's newest baseball idol. But with one fateful throw from a Mets pitcher, Joe's life is changed forever. From Barcelona, With Love by Elizabeth Adler Let this lush story transport you to luxurious cities, following Bibi Fortunata, once the hottest ticket in town. After her husband's death, Bibi is accused of murdering her husband and his mistress. The evidence does not hold up and Bibi is let go. Years later, Bibi's daughter needs help from private investigators who aim to solve this mystery once and for all. Spring Fever by Mary Kay Andrews On the peaceful surface of Hideaway Lake, a small, sleepy town, Annajane, who is newly engaged, is attending her ex-husband's wedding. When the marriage is halted at the altar, Annajane thinks she is over Mason, but now she's not so sure. Even though there are people determined to keep Annajane from getting what she wants, she will certainly fight for her future happiness. Summer Breeze by Nancy Thayer This wonderfully moving story follows three women: Bella, Morgan, and Natalie who are, in their own ways, seeking something on the sandy beaches of New England's Dragonfly Lake. Summers here are never without surprises, and as the lives of these three women intertwine, they discover how the best of friends can offer comfort, infuriate, and open one another's eyes.

Danielle Steel (b. August 14, 1947) grew up throughout Europe and in New York City with her father. After attending Parsons School of Design and New York University, Steel was married at eighteen and completed her first manuscript the following year, in 1966. In 1972, her first novel, Going Home, was published following her divorce. Steel's second husband, whom she met while he was incarcerated, inspired her novels Passion's Promise and Now and Forever, which launched her career. After she married her fourth husband, Steel remained on The New York Times Bestsellers List for 390 consecutive weeks. Steel always made her family a top priority: writing at night while spending time with her seven children during the day. Steel lives with her family who split their time between San Francisco and Paris. Friends Forever will be released on July 24. Five best friends are forever linked on the first day of kindergarten. At the prestigious Atwood School, Gabby, Billy, Izzie, Andy, and Sean's lives grow closer until they all set out for college. As their lives separate and diverge, the challenges become greater, the risks become sharper, and the right paths become harder to choose.

Fizzlebert Stump: The Boy Who Ran Away from the Circus (And Joined the Library) by A.F. Harrold | New e-book 2012

Fizzlebert Stump lives the dream traveling with the circus. But since he's the only kid there, he gets bored and decides to leave. After joining the library, Fizzlebert's life gets a lot more exciting...and dangerous! What happens next?

Mrs. Noodlekugel by Daniel Pinkwater | New e-book 2012

Nick and Maxine encounter an endearing, funny babysitter while exploring a little house and its garden. Join Mrs. Noodlekugel's whimsical world where cats can talk and where children in search of funny adventures find just that!

Gregor the Overlander: Book 1 of The Underland Chronicles by Suzanne Collins. Gregor and his baby sister are pulled into a strange, underground world, triggering an epic battle foretold by ancient prophecy. Crush: The Theory, Practice, and Destructive Properties of Love by Gary Paulsen. Too afraid to ask Tina out on a date, eighth-grader Kevin spends most of his time theorizing about love and observing and analyzing male and female interaction. Mary Kay Carson's Underground Railroad for Kids is a comprehensive activity book that will inspire your kids to learn about the history of slavery.

In Sabrina Soto's Home Design: a Step-by-Step Approach to Turning Your Ideas into the Home of Your Dreams, you will learn how to apply your design ideas to your home by using the tips and tricks Sabrina features on her HGTV hit show. You'll save time, money, and effort without having to sacrifice style. Gary Rosenzweig's My iPad is the perfect how-to guide that features task-based coverage that enables you to mange the content on your iPad. Follow the easy, stepby-step tasks and master your iPad, iPad 2, and iPad 3 rd generation in no time. Also look for Jason Rich's Your iPad at Work to supercharge your business solutions! Do you have a new Nook Tablet? Then you'll need technology guru Preston Galla's Nook Tablet: the Missing Manual to get up to speed on how to enjoy ebooks, magazines, games, apps, TV shows, and movies when you want them! Also look for Peter Meyers' Kindle Fire: the Missing Manual for your Kindle Fire. Lisa Alther's New York Times Bestseller Blood Feud: the Hatfields and McCoys: the Epic Story of Murder and Vengeance details America's most notorious family feud which still has a vast impact on popular imagination and the Kentucky-West Virginia region. You may think watching the Olympic Games is a nobrainer. David Goldblatt and Johnny Acton dispel that myth in How to Watch the Olympics. Learn the rules, statistics, heroes, and zeros of every sport. Soon you'll be a pro--at least while watching. Join our former President while reading Through the Year with Jimmy Carter: 366 Daily Meditations from the 39th President as he takes his readers on a journey into the heart of his faith. Take a look at behind the scenes experiences at the White House, Carter's career in the Navy, and at other times in his life as you read his honest, funny, and sometimes heartbreaking insights. Lela Nargi's new book, Knitting Around the World: a Multistranded History of a Time-Honored Tradition examines knitting styles and techniques from various countries around the world. Highlighted are 20 profiles of significant knitters, as well as 20 patterns that you can use, which honor multicultural knitting traditions. Going on a long road trip? Why not check out one of our BRAND NEW AUDIO BOOKS! A few new titles include: Bruce Cameron's A Dog's Journey, Ted Bell's Phantom, Charlaine Harris' Dead and Gone, Jeffery Deaver's XO, and Janet Evanovich's Wicked Business. Check out up to 10 titles and enjoy them for 2 weeks!

Windfall

Man on a Ledge

Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance Bill Nye the Science Guy: Garbage A Little Bit of Heaven

River of No Return

Beautiful Wave

Joyful Noise

This Means War

Join Kathy, a Family and Consumer Services Educator, for an evening of learning about food preservation basics, including: the art of canning, drying, and freezing. The popular presentation will be held on Tuesday, July 10 from 6:00-7:30 pm. Those interested in attending may call or stop in the library to register before July 9.

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