Check It out at the Vermillion Public Library by Anne Marshall New York Times Bestsellers � Fiction
April 16, 2002
#2 The Summons, by John Grisham. A law professor who has been called home by his dying father discovers more than $3 million in cash.
#3 2nd Chance, by James Patterson. The members of the woman's Murder Club � a detective, a medical examiner, a prosecutor, and a reporter � search for a killer.
#5 Body of Lies, by Iris Johansen. A United States senator summons the forensic sculptor Eve Duncan to Baton Rouge for the purpose of identifying the remains of a murder victim.
#6 Widow's Talk, by Robert B. Parker. The lawyer for a sexy young woman whose much older millionaire husband has been shot to death hires the Boston private eye Spenser to investigate.
#7 The Cottage, by Danielle Steele. An aging, virtually penniless Hollywood star decides to rent out part of his house.
#8 Atonement, by Ian McEwan. The chronicle of the disintegration of an English family's idyllic life. (on order)
#9 The Stone Monkey, by Jeffery Deaver. A quadriplegic forensics genius tries to capture a notorious smuggler of human beings.
The library has these books in our collection. If they should be unavailable, please ask the staff to reserve your selection. New books to the collection may be checked out for a two-week period.
The Summer Reading and Storytime Programs
Join the Winner's Circle with the Summer Reading Program starting June 10. The kick-off is scheduled for noon with lunch and an information party. The Summer Reading Program sponsors four reading levels that include Beginning Readers, Intermediate Readers, Advanced Readers and Adult Readers. The program has weekly activities, prizes for the amount of reading, and a grand prize for each level of reading. This event runs through Aug. 2.
The library's Storytime Program is open to children ages 3-6 years old. There is no fee for the program. Sessions will begin Monday, June 10, from 7 to 7:30 p.m. Daytime sessions are scheduled for Wednesdays and Thursdays at 10 to 11 a.m. and 11:15 to 11:45 a.m. Children must be registered previous to the start of sessions. Please call the library at 677-7060 or stop by to sign-up for both summer activities.