The Pierce City Branch Library has added two new adult non-fiction titles this week. They are: "Decorative Woodcarving" by Jeremy Williams; and "Quick & Easy Curb Appeal" by Better Homes and Gardens.
|New adult fiction titles include: "Spell Bound" by Kelley Armstrong; "Ghost Story: A Novel of the Dresden Files" by Jim Butcher; "Against All Enemies" by Tom Clancy, large print edition; "Split Second" by Catherine Coulter; "Dick Francis's Gamble" by Felix Francis; "The Homeless Bishop" by Joseph F. Girzone; "Law of the Mountain Man" by William W. Johnstone; "Merciless" by Diana Palmer, "Black Rose" by Nora Roberts; "Justice" by Karen Robards; "Burnt Mountain" by Anne Rivers Siddons; "Happy Birthday" by Danielle Steele; and "The Big Switch: The War That Came Early" by Harry Turtledove.|
The library has added one new title for youth readers, a storybook about a cat, entitled "Tumford the Terrible" by Nancy Tillman.
The Barry Lawrence Library is offering Ancestry.com for patrons to use. With a current library card and recent computer use agreement form, a computer can be used in any of the 10 branches.
The Pierce City Branch Library is located at 101 N. Walnut. For more information, call 417-476-5110 or visit http://tlc.library.net/bll.
Business hours are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturdays.