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Breckenridge Library adds new books to collection

Breckenridge Library adds new books to collection
October 06
09:58 2021

The Breckenridge Library regularly adds books to its collection for local residents to check out. Library Director Heather Schkade recently announced the following list of books that were added to the Breckenridge Library in September.

Nonfiction

“Forever Young: A Memoir” by Hayley Mills

CD Book

“Tell No Lies: A Novel” by Allison Brennan

Children’s Books

“The Bruce Swap” by Ryan T. Higgins

“I’m A Hare, So There!” by Julie Rowan-Zoch

“A Pizza With Everything On It” by Kyle Scheele

“If Jesus Came To My House” by Joan Gale Thomas

“Regina Is Not A Little Dinosaur” by Andrea Zuill

“I’ll Meet You In Your Dreams” by Jessica Young

Adult Fiction

“Tell No Lies” by Allison Brennan

“Another Kind Of Eden” by James Lee Burke

“Vortex: An FBI Thriller” by Catherine Coulter

“The Andromeda Evolution” by Daniel H Wilson

“Billy Summers: A Novel” by Stephen King

“Lightning Strike: A Novel” by William Kent Krueger

“Bloodless” by Douglas J. Preston

“Two Nights: A Novel” by Kathy Reichs

“Someone Knows” by Lisa Scottoline

“Black Ice: A Thriller” by Brad Thor

Juvenile Fiction

“Baby-Sitters Little Sister: Karen’s Roller Skates” by Katy Farina

“Baby-Sitters Little Sister: Karen’s Kittycat Club” by Katy Farina

“Baby-Sitters Little Sister: Karen’s Worst Day” by Katy Farina

“Journey Beyond The Burrow” by Rina Heisel

“Enemies” by Johnny Marciano

“Klawde” by Johnny Marciano

“Ali Cross” by James Patterson

“Like Father, Like Son” by James Patterson

Mystery

“Fallen: A Novel Of Suspense” by Linda Castillo

 

The Breckenridge Library is located at 209 N. Breckenridge Ave. It offers books, CDs and DVDs for those with library cards to check out.

Library cards for patrons age 18 and older may be obtained by filling out a user agreement in person at the library. Two proofs of current residence (utility bills are preferred) are needed plus a picture ID (Driver’s License preferred). Additionally, parents or guardians may assist their children (age 6-17) in getting a student library card.

The library’s card catalog is online and searchable at the website www.brecklibrary.org.

The library also offers other services, such as computer usage, wifi access, and printer use. Also, the library offers access to OverDrive, an online eBook service.

The Breckenridge Library is open Monday through Thursday from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. It is closed Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The computers automatically shut down at 5 p.m.

For more information, visit the library or the library’s website, call 254-559-5505, or send an email to brecklibrary@att.net.

 

Cutline, top photo: Some of the new children’s books that are available at the Breckenridge Library are on display. (Photo by Tony Pilkington/Breckenridge Texan)


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