The next Wii Gaming Event will be held at the Monett Branch Library on Thursday, Oct. 13 at 4 p.m. All ages are welcome to participate.
As a reminder, story time for preschoolers and todlers, and an after-school program for school-age children are held weekly at the Monett Branch Library. Story time sessions are held each Tuesday and Wednesday at 10:30 a.m., and the after-school program is held each Monday at 4 p.m. For more information about these programs, contact the library.
New adult fiction titles available include: "Threading the Needle" by Marie Bostwick; "Lethal" by Sandra Brown; "A Marriage for Meghan" by Mary Ellis; "Attracted to Fire" by DiAnn Mills; "The Buddha in the Attic" by Julie Otsuka; "Ozark Woman" by Terry Piper; "Letters from War" by Mark Schultz; "The Chase" by Debra White Smith; "The Wonder of Your Love" by Beth Wiseman; "The Elusive Relation" by Helen Macie Osterman; "Son of Stone" by Stuart Woods; and "Travis" by T.T. Flynn.
New non-fiction titles include: "Odd Girl Out" by Rachel Simmons; "Protecting Your Parents' Money" by Jeff D. Opdyke; "Cake Pops" by Bakerella" by Angie Dudley; "That Used to Be Us" by Thomas L. Friedman; "After America" by Mark Steyn; "Arlington: Monument to Heroes" by John V. Hinkel; "In My Time" by Richard B. Cheney; and "License to Pawn" by Rick Harrison.
New youth titles include: "This Book is Not Good for You" by Pseudonymous Bosch; "Homecoming" by Meg Cabot; "Shantorian" by Patrick Carman; "Shelter" by Harlan Coben; "Michael Vey" by Richard Paul Evans; "Torn" by Margaret Peterson Haddix; "The Power of Six" by Pittacus Lore; and "He's So Not Worth It" by Kieran Scott.
New children's titles include: "Hero Dad" by Melinda Hardin; "Rocking in My School Shoes" by Eric Litwin; and "Waddles" by David McPhail.
New DVDs include: The 5th Quarter: Rising from Tragedy to Triumph; Cook's Country: Season One; Family Rescue; Thor; and X-Men First Class.