New Titles @ MPL
We recently added a number of NEW books to our collection. This bookshelf showcases are new fiction titles. Browse and see what we have, see a title you want to read? You never know what treasures you'll find. So give us a call or come discover with us today!
Reverend Sandra Larson, First Presbyterian Church in Madison, will lead a two-part discussion of The Shack at the Madison Public Library on Tuesday May 12 and May 19 beginning at 7:oo p.m. in the library's meeting room.
According to Reverend Larson The Shack will surprise, shock and inspire readers. The story begins with a family's tragedy. What follows is a spiritual adventure that gives a fresh and thought-provoking perspective on who is God; why am I here; and how to cope with tragedy. "This book's deep emotion and spiritual wisdom will nudge you to reflect on what you believe and what you value," states Reverend Larson.
Copies of The Shack are available at the Shepherd Shop and Books and More. Madison Public Library has several copies that are currently spoken for, however interested patrons may have their names added to the reserve list for future reading.
All interested readers are invited to join this discussion. Please contact the Public Library, 256-7525, if you plan to attend.
Most of the books are nonfiction, but with all of us choosing books, I think we have something to appeal to every interest. Keep checking the new book shelves.
Some of the new titles now available are:
Do It For Less! Weddings by Denise Vivaldo contains more than 500 cost-saving tips, ideas, and professional advice on all aspects of planning an unforgettable wedding on an affordable budget.
When Our Mothers Went to War by Margaret Regis documents the challenges faced by women on the home front and in the battle zone during World War II.
Outside the Not So Big House by Julie Moir Messervy offers practical advice for designing outdoor spaces for modern lifestyles.
Street Gang by Michael Davis is the complete history of Sesame Street.
The New Mediterranean Diet Cookbook by Nancy Harmon Jenkins provides recipes and the latest information about the nutritional benefits of one of the world’s healthiest cuisines.