1. Cover books
2. Shelve books
3. Check new book shelves for “old” books to put on change status shelf
4. Straighten books, magazines, DVD’s etc.
5. Check bulletin boards for outdated posters/notices
6. Merchandising books on shelf which look like they haven’t gone out much
7. Wash Books
8. Attach bar code, book plates on incoming new books
9. Decorate library on holidays
10. Pull children’s holiday books
11. Straighten flyers etc. on tables in lobby area & pull outdated bulletin
12. Dust upstairs and downstairs
13. Wash windows downstairs
14. Wipe off tables in Community Room
15. Clean Kitchen
16. Craft prep help for story time
17. Need someone to work in flower gardens
Join Jane Fawcett and her dog Lizzy on SATURDAY mornings from 10:30 – 11:30 am . Kids can practice their reading skills while reading to Lizzy and also make a new friend! Please call the library at 998-4390 to register. Next time Lizzy will be able to come is Feb 22nd. Must call to register please.
Join Jane Fawcett and her dog Lizzy on Tuesday afternoons from 4 – 5. Kids can practice their reading skills while reading to Lizzy and also make a new friend! Please call the library at 998-4390 to register.
Teens looking for schools can check out www.EduTrek.com.
Story Time is starting up Sept. 3rd…Tuesdays from 10:00 – 11:00. Fun learning, reading, singing, arts & crafts and enjoying being with other friends.
Still lots of summer weather to come our way…. READING TIME ….Your library has many books to choice from at almost give away prices… how about $3.00 for a bag full of books and movies. If that is too many books–you can purchase hard cover books for $1.00 each - paperbacks $.50 and $1.00 for movies. Also by your reading /purchasing books ; the library benefits by these sales so that we can purchase new books. So please come visit the downstairs at the library to view the great selections.
Passes are now available at A.B. Ricker Memorial Library. The Maine Wildlife Park is located in Gray and has over 30 species of animals. With this pass enjoy savings on the entrance fee . Please contact the library for more information. 998-4390
$25.00 HARD COVER $10.00 PAPERBACK
The above cost is for patrons returning books that have been soiled or damaged.
PLEASE USE THIS AS A BOOKMARK RATHER THAN BENDING THE CORNERS
OF THE PAGES TO MARK YOUR PLACE.
Poor treatment of books costs our library and that cost needs to be passed on to those causing the damage.
Many thanks to all our patrons that do take out books to read and enjoy them while taking special care of these treasures.
RATLINES by Stuart Neville. After World War II, Nazi criminals fled to all corners of the globe. Some came to the US, as many as 9,000 were believed to have gone to South America, specifically Brazil (which had 3,000 citizens who joined the party making them the numerically significant country), and to my surprise, Ireland where some local sympathizers had hoped they would defeat the British and perhaps free them from yoke. This tells a fictional tale playing on the true environment that existed in Ireland after the war. Nazis with new names and stolen money were manipulating and still killing others, dreaming of either a return to power or at the least a new personal kingdom. British and Israeli secret police were trying to track them down and exact punishment, while the bad guys were still plying their trade. Albert Ryan now works for the Minister of Justice of the British government and is tasked with cleaning up some of the mess. His record as super Special Forces guy during World War II and Korea makes him adversary is the ex-Nazi Skorzeny who has too many connections, and too much money to take down. Things are going to get ugly. Because Stuart Neville lives in Ireland he can write with authority and has created a novel that is both gripping and informative.
‘The Panther” by Nelson DeMille
If you haven’t read anything by Nelson DeMille, you haven’t read a book with as much amusing people-to-people interaction, accurate geographical background, and historical information, coupled with a dynamic, interesting topical plot. Like all of his books, this one is just terrific. Once you begin, you’ll turn off the TV, quiet the kids and the dog, and forge ahead to find out what is in store.
This book finds John Corey an ex-NYC cop, and his wife an FBI agent who was forced to shoot and kill a CIA in the last book, enticed to go to Yemen to act as bait in order to capture (or kill) an American who has become a top Al Qaeda operative. “The Panther” as he likes to be called, is determined to kill all Yemen outlanders , and restore the country to its early Islamic roots.
Yemen is considered the wasteland of the world, and is fought over by its warlords, corrupt government, FBI, CIA, and the US State Department all of whom have divergent agendas. Thrust in this volatile mix is John Corey and his wife Kate Mayfield, and a couple of honest fellow do-gooders who, they soon learn, are pawns in a big orchestrated scheme which sees them expendable and threatening, by not the Yemeni government, but our own! John Corey’s street smarts honed in NYC, are beneficial even here in the remote desert of Yemen. And it’s a good thing, because it is the only thing that will save their lives.
This is a must read for the serious reader who enjoys a superb thriller that will keep you interested throughout the 625 pages that seem to fly by too quickly.