Monday, June 17, 2019

Adopt-A-Book Program

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Help support Mary Meuser Memorial Library

by participating in our new Adopt-A- Book Program

Due to substantial funding cuts at State and Local levels , we are developing a "Book Adoption" program to help keep new books on the shelves.  Here's how it works:

* Each month the Library will display a list of books that the Library would like to purchase.  If you would like to be the first to read  the book, you may make a donation toward the purchase price.  Our cost will be displayed alongside each title.  You can still reserve the book free-of-charge, but donors get the first read.

* Or, purchase one of the books on the list yourself, and when you are finished reading it, donate it to the Library.  Just fill out a donor form  so we know what book to expect as a donation.  Your book donations are tax deductible. 

For more information, drop by the Circulation Desk and talk to our Adult Services Librarian, Wende Fazio.  Thanks in advance for your interest.

 

For a Printable Form, Click Here


June Titles

Available for Adoption


“The 18th Abduction” by James Patterson  $ 17.00
 

“The Honey Bus: A Memoir of a Girl Saved by Bees” by Meredith May  $ 15.00 

“The House of Unexpected Sisters”
by Alexander McCall Smith  $ 16.00
 

“If She Wakes” by Michael Koryta  $ 17.00 

“The Killer You Know” by S.R. Masters  $ 14.00 

“Lost and Found” by Danielle Steel  $ 17.00 

“Maybe You Should Talk to Someone”
by Lori Gottlieb  $ 17.00
 

“Never Tell” by Lisa Gardner  $ 16.00 

“The Night Before” by Wendy Walker  $ 16.00 

“The Night Window” by Dean Koontz  $ 17.00 

“Not Her Daughter” by Rea Frey  $ 8.00 

“Obama: The Call of History” by Peter Baker  $ 33.00 

“The Road Home” by Richard Paul Evans  $ 13.00 

“Summer of ‘69” by Elin Hilderbrand  $ 17.00 

“Unsolved” by James Patterson  $ 17.00

 



 

                                

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 





 

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