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New Fiction
Afterlife by Julia Alvarez

Walk the Wire by David Baldacci

A Thousand Moons by Sebastian Barry

Furmidable Foes by Rita Mae Brown and Sneaky Pie Brown

Mrs. Lincoln's Sisters by Jennifer Chiaverini

Fair Warning by Michael Connelly

A Week at the Shore by Barbara Delinsky

Sorry for Your Trouble by Richard Ford

Old Lovegood Girls by Gail Godwin

Camino Winds by John Grisham

Who Speaks for the Damned: A Sebastian ST. Cyr Mystery by C.S. Harris

28 Summers by Elin Hilderbrand

Boys of Alabama by Genevieve Hudson

The Paladin by David Ignatius

The Jane Austen Society by Natalie Jenner

The Persuasion by Iris Johansen

If It Bleeds by Stephen King

Spy, Spy Again by Mercedes Lackey

The Moment of Tenderness by Madeleine L'Engle

The Talented Mr. Varg by Alexander McCall Smith

Truth and Justice by Fern Michaels

The Book of Longings by Sue Monk Kidd

Shakespeare For Squirrels by Christopher Moore

Death in the East by Abir Mukherjee

Night. Sleep. Death. The Stars. By Joyce Carol Oates

Dead Land by Sara Paretsky

Robert B. Parker's Grudge Match by Mike Lupica

The Secrets of Love Story Bridge by Phaedra Patrick

One Fatal Flaw by Anne Perry

Close Up by Amanda Quick

The Golden Flea: a Story of Obsession and Collecting by Michael Rips

Hideaway by Nora Roberts

Miss Julia Knows a Thing or Two by Ann B. Ross

Chosen Ones by Veronica Roth

To Wake the Giant by Jeff Shaara

Hid From our Eyes by Julia Spencer-Fleming

The Wedding Dress by Danielle Steel

Murder on Pleasant Avenue by Victoria Thompson

Redhead by the Side of the Road by Anne Tyler

The Shooting at Chateau Rock by Martin Walker

The Book of Lost Friends by Lisa Wingate

Bombshell by Stuart Woods and Parnell Hall
New Nonfiction
The Bird Way by Jennifer Ackerman

Hell and Other Destinations: a 21st Century Memoir  by Madeleine Albright

Restorative Yoga by Caren Baginski

The Louvre: the Many Lives of the Worlds Most Famous Museum by James Gardner

Joy at Work: Organizing Your Professional Life by Marie Kondo

In the Waves by Rachel Lance

The Women With Silver Wings: The Inspiring True Story of the Women Airforce Service Pilots of World War II  by Katherine Sharp Landdeck

Canning Essentials by Jackie Callahan Parente

What It's Like To Be a Bird by David Allen Sibley

Growing Old: Notes on Aging with Something Like Grace by Elizabeth Marshall Thomas

Grow Food at Home: Simple Methods for Small Spaces by John Tullock

Dog Training for Dummies by Wendy Volhard

Sand Talk: How Indigenous Thinking Can Save the World by Tyson Yunkaporta
New Audios
The Red Lotus by Chris Bohjalian
 
Revolutionary Brothers: Thomas Jefferson, the Marquis de Lafayette, and the Friendship that Helped Forge Two Nations by Tom Chaffin
 
Cosmos: Possible Worlds by Ann Druyan 
 
The Night Watchman by Louise Erdrich
CHILDREN'S BOOKS
New Easy Fiction

Under My Hijab by Hena Khan

Hair Love  by Matthew A. Cherry

Mary Had a Little Glam by Tammi Sauer

Princess Hair by Sharee Miller

All Are Welcome by Alexandra Penfold 

The King of Kindergarten by Derrick Barnes 

A Boy Like You by Frank Murphy

Be You! by Peter H. Reynolds

How to Catch a Mermaid by Adam Wallace

A Squiggly Story by Andrew Larsen

I Voted: Making a Choice Makes a Difference by Mark Shulman
New Easy
Non-Fiction
The Pinata that the Farm Maiden Hung by Samantha A. Vamos

We Are Grateful by Traci Sorell

Separate is Never Equal by Duncan Tonatiuh

Sit-In: How Four Friends Stood up by Sitting Down by Andrea Pinkney
New Juvenile Fiction

A Good Kind of Trouble by Lisa Moore Ramee

The Last Kids on Earth: June's Wild Flight by Max Brallier

Star Wars Jedi Academy: At Last, Jedi (
by
 Jarrett J. Krosoczka & Amy Ignatow


Dork Diaries 14: Tales from a Not-so-Best Friend Forever by Rachel Renee Russell

Captain Awesome Series by Stan Kirby
New Juvenile Graphic Novels
I Survived: The Shark Attacks of 1916 by Lauren Tarshis

Pizza and Taco: Who's the Best? by Stephen Shaskan

Baloney and Friends by Greg Pizzoli

Doodleville by Chad Sell
Young Adult Fiction

The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes by Suzanne Collins

One of Us is Next by Karen M. McManus

The Toll by Neal Shusterman

Angel Mage by Garth Nix

The Kingdom of Back by Marie Lu
Young Adult
Graphic Novels
The Adventure Zone by Clint McElroy

The Seventh Voyage by Jon J. Muth

Nichijou (Manga Series) by Keiichi Arawi

Kagerou Daze by Mahiro Satou
Newsletter     June 15, 2020
TEMPORARY NEW CURBSIDE HOURS
We are delighted to be back, even in a limited capacity!

10am - 2pm    Monday through Saturday

10-12 Call to reserve your item

12-2 Curbside Pick-Up - Call when you get to the Library 687-7023
WHAT TO DO, HOW TO DO IT

On June 15 the Library will begin offering curbside service from 10am to 2pm, Monday through Saturday. 

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE BUILDING
ITSELF IS NOT OPEN.   

  • Orders can be placed by phone between 10am and 12noon only, at 845 687-7023. 
  • The online catalog will not be working immediately. It will start up again on June 22.
  • Pick up is available from 12noon to 2pm only.  Please call the Library when you arrive, and a staff person will bring your materials out to a table by the Library entrance.  
  • The Mid-Hudson Library System's interlibrary loan delivery service will not resume immediately. Until it does, only materials we already have in the building will circulate. We have quite a few new books - see the list on the left of this page.
  • Please return your items in the new drop box by the parking lot. Materials from that box will be quarantined for 72 hours before we recirculate them.  
  • Please wear a mask and observe social distancing guidelines when you pick up your materials.
   
Stay safe! We hope to see you soon. 
Things we are doing to keep patrons and staff safe as we re-open
  • We have a "No Contact" drop box next to our parking lot, to the right of the garden and arbor.
  • Returned materials are quarantined for 72 hours. Patrons will notice that their records are not being cleared immediately, but fines are not being levied at this point. 
  • The Library building has been deep-cleaned since our closing in March.
  • Staff are wearing masks and washing hands during their shift and sanitizing their workstations frequently throughout the day.
Public Access Computers
Our public access computers will not be available at this time, as the building is closed to the public. However, wireless access is available in the yard.
Book Donations
We cannot accept donations of any kind at this time.  Thank you. 
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