The month of July is "Anti-Boredom Month," and the Monett Branch has a variety of fun activities to do plus a large variety of books, movies and magazines.
The summer reading program will hold the final awards program for young readers on Wednesday, July 25th at 3:30 p.m. The final awards program for Teens will be held on Tuesday, July 24th at 3:30 p.m.
A "Take Home Spa" program for adults will be held on Thursday, July 19th at 2 p.m.
New adult fiction titles available at the Monett Branch Library include: "Love in Disguise" by Carol Cox; "How to Eat a Cupcake" by Meg Donohue; "The Queen's Lover" by Francine duPlessix Gray; "Maverick Heart" by Loree Lough; "Patient Zero" by Jonathan Maberry; "Big Sky Country" by Linda Lael Miller; "The Perfect Match" by Susan Warren; and "When Two Earths Collide" by Joe Sewell.
New non-fiction titles include: "Blood Feud" by Lisa Alther; "Style Me Vintage: Clothes" by Naomi Thompson; "Echoes from the Hills" by Ronald Lee Netzer; and "The Homestyle Amish Kitchen Cookbook" by Georgia Varozza.
New youth titles include: "The Best Friend" by Melody Carlson; "Fever" by Lauren DeStefano; "Infamous" by Sherrilyn Kenyon; "Jack Blank and the Imagine Nation" by Matt Myklusch; "Lady Knight" by Tamora Pierce; "Rogue" by Mark Walden; and "Zero Hour" by Mark Walden.
The next "Family Movie at the Library" will be held at 4 p.m. on Thurs-day, July 26. This event is free and anyone interested is invited to attend.
New adult fiction titles available at the Monett Branch Library include: "The Columbus Affair" by Steve Berry; "Backfire" by Catherine Coulter; "The Wrong Man" by David Ellis; "The Queen's Vow" by C.W. Gortner; "The Hypnotist's Love Story" by Liane Moriarty; "Coura-geous" by Diana Palmer; "I, Michael Bennett" by James Patterson: "The 500" by Matthew Quirk; "Reun-ion" by Lauraine Snelling; "Hellbox" by Bill Pronzini; "Criminal" by Karin Slaughter; and "Amped" by Daniel H. Wilson.
New non-fiction titles include: "Soldier Dogs" by Maria Goodavage; "The Book of Burger" by Rachael Ray; "Did Jesus Exist?" by Bart D. Ehrman; "My Brother, the Pope" by Georg Ratzinger; "What the (Bleep) Just Happened?" by Monica Crowley; and "It Worked for Me" by Colin Powell.
New DVDs include: 200 Classic Cartoons, The Decoy Bride, John Carter, and The Woman in Black.
New youth titles in-clude: "City of Lost Souls" by Cassandra Clare; "The Invaders" by John Flana-gan; "Tales from a Not-So-Graceful Ice Princess" by Rachel Russell; and "The Enchantress" by Michael Scott.
For more information call 235-6646 or visit http://tlc.library.net/bll.