Celebrate July @ Montgomery City-County Public Library!!

Well, here we are in July!! It’s hard to believe but the year is halfway over!! Of course when we get to July, that means summer vacation is at full blast (and so is the heat) and everyone is planning what they are going to do before school starts next month. Don’t worry, though!! Montgomery City-County Public Library is here to help by suggesting somethings that will make your July even more fun.

Here are some July events you may want to remember:

Independence Day- who says America’s birthday has to be confined to just one day? Check out the American History section at the library to read more about our history.

National Park & Recreation Month- check out our Alabama geography section to see where the nearest parks in the area are.

Smart Irrigation Month- go by our gardening and home ownership section to see what books we have on maintaining you lawn.

National Grilling Month- we have plenty of cookbooks that can help you have the perfect cookout!!

National Make A Difference to Children Month- see what books and information we have on mentoring so you can help a child have a better life!

Cell Phone Courtesy Month- check out our books on etiquette to learn more about the do’s/don’ts of proper cell phone usage.

Women’s Motorcycle Month- If any of you ladies ride or have thought about starting to ride motorcycles, come by our library to see what might be the best one for you and how to safely enjoy this hobby!

So it looks like July is a pretty action packed month! Let our library help make it even more fun and interesting!!

New Titles @ Your Library, July 6, 2015

ADULT NON-FICTION

 

Internet And Social Media Addiction by Andrea Nakaya

Lincoln’s Greatest Case by Brian McGinty

Out Of Orange by Cleary Wolters

Professor In The Cage by Jonathan Gottschall

Quartet by Joseph Ellis

Red Flags by Wendy Patrick

Right Word by Jennifer Bryant

Rise Of The Robots by Martin Ford

Southeast Foraging by Chris Bennett

Spiritual Child by Lisa Miller

Sugar Smart Express by Anne Alexander

Upside Of Stress by Kelly McGonigal

When To Rob A Bank by Steven Levitt

Wright Brothers by David McCullough

All In by Josh Levs

End Of College by Kevin Carey

Healthy You by Carol Alt

Lucky Life Interrupted by Tom Brokaw

Move by Rosabeth Kanter

On The Burning Edge by Kyle Dickman

Reagan by H.W. Brands

Seed Garden by Micaela Colley

Story Of Science by S. Wise Bauer

 

Team Of Teams by Stanley McChrystal

When Parents Part by Penelope Leach

World War II ed. by Alison Sturgeon

 

Worm At The Core by Sheldon Solomon

 

ADULT FICTION

 

Harvest Man by Alex Grecian

Kickback by Ace Atkins

Ming Tea Murder by Laura Childs

Miss Julia Lays Down The Law by Ann Ross

Sisters Of Heart And Snow by Margaret Dilloway

Solitude Creek by Jeffery Deaver

Summer’s End by Mary Alice Monroe

Trauma by Michael Palmer

Beach Town by Mary Kay Andrews

Burglar Who Counted The Spoons by Lawrence Block

Long High Noon by Loren D. Estleman

Memory Man by David Baldacci

Never Say Die by Tess Gerritsen

Soil by Jamie Kornegay

Water From My Heart by Charles Martin

Coliseum Boulevard Announces July Programs!!

Story Time

Thursday at 10:00 am-

July  2     No Story Time Today

Happy 4th of July

July  9     We all need a friend!

“A Friend for Epstein”, by Charlie Cantrell and Dr. Rachel Wagner

Epstein, a miniature horse, tries to find a friend who is just his size.

“Courtney”, by John Buringham

The children bring home an old mongrel named Courtney who cooks, serves meals, juggles and even saves the baby from a fire, only to disappear mysteriously.

Craft – Horse masks

July 16     I am adopted into a loving family!

“My Family is Forever”, by Nancy Carlson

A young girl explains how she became part of an adopted family.

“Guji, Guji”, by Chik-Yuan Chen

Raised from an egg by Mother Duck, Guji Guji loved his adopted duck family.

Craft – Crocodile masks

July 23     Be careful what you wish for because it may come true!

“The Fish Who Could Wish”, by John Bush and Korky Paul

A fish’s wishes come true until the day he makes a foolish wish.

“Edwardo, the Horriblest Boy in the Whole Wide World”, by John Burningham

Each time Edwardo does something a little bad, he is told that he is very bad and soon his behavior becomes awful.

Craft – Fish masks

July 30     We must learn to get along with others!

“The Mine-o-Saur”, by Sudipta Bardhan-Quallen

The Mine-o-Saur has no friends because he does not like to share.

“Roar of a Snore”, by Marsha Diane Arnold

Disturbed by a deafening snore, Jack wakes up the family and  animals one by one in search of the noisy culprit.

Craft – Dinosaur masks

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Coliseum Adult Program

July 15, 2015

10:00 am

Marie Updike, Master Gardener, will be here to present a program on Daylilies.  Then, we will have our annual plant swap where you can bring cuttings, seeds, bulbs, or divisions of your favorite plants to share.  To participate in the sharing, you must also bring something to share.

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Coliseum Book Club

July 9, 2015

3:00 pm

Today we will be discussing “True Sisters”, by Sandra Dallas, a story of 4 Mormon women who undertake the dangerous journey from Iowa City to Salt Lake City in 1856. Then, we will receive our book for August, “The Marriage Game”, by Alison Weir.

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