All libraries will be closed on Monday, January 16 for Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
NEW Digital Media for January
Click on the book covers below to read more about these new selections.
Read about history, science, politics and maybe a bit of gossip in new nonfiction at your local library.
American Heiress by Jeffrey Toobin
The kidnapping and eventual recruitment (or not) of Patty Hearst into the Symbionese Liberation Army captured America’s attention during the 1970’s. Check out New Yorker staff writer Jeffrey Toobin’s account of the Patty Hearst story.
We have several books by Jeffrey Toobin in the Northeast Regional Library collection including The Oath: the Obama White House and the Supreme Court and Too Close to Call: the Thirty-six Day Battle to Decide the 2000 Election.
Ghost Tales of the State Line Mob by Robert D. Broughton
Ghost Tales of the State Line Mob includes narratives, pictures and documents about a violent period of this area’s past.
Other popular books about this period include The Twelfth of August: the story of Buford Pusser and The State-Line Mob, both by W. M. Morris
Have you ever wondered why we read? Check out a great article detailing why by Corinth Librarian Cody Daniel: Why Read?
To learn more about the Pokemon Go Craze, check out this article by the Iuka Public Library: Pokemon Go!