New adult non-fiction titles at the Pierce City Branch Library include: "People Weekly Celebrates People: The Best of 1974-1996" published by Time, Inc.
Four new DVDs are available: Broken Hill, Gnomeo and Juliet, Lemonade Mouth and Gulliver's Travels.
Adult fiction titles include: "Eternal Pleasure," "One Bite Stand" and "Eternal Craving" all by Nina Bangs; "Heatwave" by Richard Castle; "City of Bad Men" by Ralph Cotton; "Murder Most Frothy" by Cleo Doyle; "The Wedding Shawl: A Seaside Knitters Mystery" by Sally Goldenbaum; "The Giveaway" by Tod Goldberg; "Hidden" by Shelley Shepard Gray; "The Sackett Brand," "How the West Was Won," "Flint," "The Cherokee Trail" and "The Sackett Companion: A Personal Guide to the Sackett Novels," all by Louis L'Amour; "Trader of Secrets: A Paul Madriani Novel" by Steve Martini; "Graveminder" by Melissa Marr; "Doc" by Mary Doria Russell; and "The Christmas Shoes" by Donna VanLiere.
New tween and teen titles include: "Where She Went" by Gayle Forman; "The Call" by Michael Grant; and "The Warlock" by Michael Scott.
The summer reading programs have begun. Sign-up is still available. The childrens program, entitled "One World, Many Stories" is held at 10 a.m. on Wednesdays.
For students entering seventh grade this fall, the program is "You Are Here." On June 28 there will be a robotic presentation with hands-on activities available. On July 12, it will be movie day with popcorn, drinks and fortune cookies. On July 26 a woodcarving presentation will be held. The tweens and teens meet at 3 p.m. on each of those days.
Each time an adult patron comes into the library to check out books, they can write their name on a slip of paper which will go into the handy-dandy jar. At the end of June, one patron's name will be drawn and they will win a $10 gift certificate from Nae's Diner. During the month of July, patrons can win a $10 gift certificate to Lucy's Diner and Coffee Shop.
For more information, call 476-5110 or visit http://tlc.library.net/bll.
The Pierce City Branch Library is located at 101 N. Walnut. Hours are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturdays.