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February 2022

Amee: DVD No Time to Die

The last film with Daniel Craig as 007 agent James Bond. If you have enjoyed

the story arc of the last four movies with Daniel Craig, this will not disappoint.

Lots of action!


The Reading List by Sara Nisha Adams

This pick was suggested by a patron who read the book and loved it. Librarian Aleisha and widower Mukesh meet for the first time in the local public library. Both are sad but find friendship, community, and discover a love of reading which helps both to rejoin their lives.


In the book, author Sara Nisha Adams also offers several reading suggestions.


PS. If you enjoy reading this book, The Friends of the Delaware County District Library is hosting an author visit with Sara Nisha Adams on February 22 through ZOOM. Learn more at www.delawarelibrary.org/specialevents.


Karen: The Things We Keep by Sally Hepworth

Residents and workers at an assisted living facility lives are entwined.


Mary: Robert B. Parker’s Bye Bye Baby by Ace Atkins

Spenser is hired to guard a congresswoman who is receiving death threats. While

protecting her, he is trying to identify the people making the threats. This is the last Spenser book that Atkins is writing.


Megan: Terrible Storm by Carol Otis Hurst

In honor of the snow, I picked one of my favorite snow stories. A child's two grandfathers relate their boyhood experiences of the "terrible blizzard of 1888," during which each was stuck for three days doing what he disliked the most. It’s

a great story that is sure to make you laugh!





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