Stay cool and read!

It’s too hot outside so stay in the air conditioning and read. We have some books for you to enjoy since Summer decided to come on with a vengeance. New at the Library are Bullet by Iris Johansen, Final Twist by Jeffery Deaver, Golden Girl by Elin Hilderbrand, Hidden by Fern Michaels, Jackpot by Stuart Woods, Killing the Mob by Bill O’Reilly, Legacy by Nora Roberts, The President’s Daughter by Bill Clinton and James Patterson, Robert B. Parker’s Payback by Mike Lupica, Saboteurs by Clive Cussler, Tom Clancy’s Target Acquired by Don Bentley and Unfinished Business by J.A. Jance

As Summer begins, we have new books to enjoy

We purchased the children’s books Toby & the Secret Code: a Choctaw adventure by Una Belle Townsend.
Also new at the Library is Aftermath by Terri Blackstock, Basil’s War by Stephen Hunter, Cottage on Lighthouse Lane by Davis Bunn, Distant Shore by Karen Kingsbury, Finding Ashley by Danielle Steel, Gambling Man by David Baldacci, Lady Has a Past by Amanda Quick, Last Night in London by Karen White, Legacy of War by Wilbur Smith, Newcomer by Mary Kay Andrews, Ocean Prey by John Sandford, Sooley by John Grisham, Stargazer by Anne Hillerman, That Summer by Jennifer Weiner, Turn a Blind Eye by Jeffrey Archer, When the Stars Go Out by Paula McLain, Woman With the Blue Star by Pam Jenoff and 21st Birthday by James Patterson.

Summer Reading Program @ the Library

The Chandler Public Library will resume their Summer Reading Program this year on a much smaller scale. The theme for the 2021 Summer Reading Program is Tales and Tails. This year’s program will be for children five-years-old and under. Each age group will attend their own program.
Programs are scheduled as follows:
Tuesday, June 1, 10-11 a.m. 0-2-year-olds
Tuesday, June 8, 10-11 a.m. 3-year-olds
Tuesday, June 15, 10-11 a.m. 4-year-olds
Tuesday, June 22, 10-11 a.m. 5-year-olds
We can have no more than 10 children at each program, parents will need to stay at the Library for the younger children. So…registration for the programs will be required. Parents can sign-up their children at the Library between May 3-28.
Children enrolled for the in-library programs will be assigned a mailbox and will receive weekly activities and incentives during the month of July.
There will be no snacks served at the programs.
There will be an End of Summer party for children who participated in the earlier programs and their families on Tuesday, August 3 from 2-3:30 p.m. at Tilghman Park.
More information about the End of Summer party will be in the children’s mailboxes. For more information about the 2021 Summer Reading Program call the Library at 405-258-3204 or come by the Library at 1021 Manvel or check in with us on Facebook.

More books for Spring @ the Library

The weather is beautiful, except when it’s raining. But rainy days are an opportunity to sit with your favorite pet and favorite beverage and enjoy a good book. Beautiful sunny days are an opportunity to sit outside with your favorite pet and favorite beverage and read a good book. It’s a win-win either way.
New books at the Library include Book of Lost Friends by Lisa Wingate, Bounty by Janet Evanovich, Chain by Adrian McKinty, Double Jeopardy by Stuart Woods, Eternal by Lisa Scottoline, The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by Victoria Schwab, No Way Out by Fern Michaels, The Other Emily by Dean Koontz, Red Book by James Patterson, Spoils of the Dead by Dana Stabenow, Tell No Lies by Allison Brennan, Win by Harlan Coben, The Rose Code by Kate Quinn and 1st Comes Marriage by Debbie Macomber.
Also new is Dog Man: Mothering Heights by Dav Pilkey and three books for those going through cancer treatment, ABC’s of Cancer: Separating facts from myths by Meshech Asare-Werehene, After the Cure: the untold stories of breast cancer survivors by Emily K. Abel and Overcome the Challenges of Cancer Care: How to avoid the pitfalls on the path to healing by Stephen A. Rosenberg.

New children’s books added in March

The Chandler Public Library added 26 new children’s books to the children’s collection including easy reader, juvenile nonfiction and juvenile fiction.
New easy reader/picture books are I Am a Kindness Hero by Jennifer Adams, The Moon Over Star by Kianna Hutts-Aston, Corduroy Takes a Bow by Viola Davis, Don’t Hug Doug (he doesn’t like it) by Carrie Finson, The World Needs Who You Were Made to Be by Joanna Gaines, I Am Smart, I Am Blessed, I Can Do Anything by Alissa Holder, Grace Box by Kim Howard, A New Day by Brad Meltzer, Our Little Inventor by Sher Rill Ng, The Love Jar by P.N. Tankersley, Sincerely Emerson: a girl, her letter and the helpers all around us by Emerson Weber, The Day You Begin and The Other Side, both by Jacqueline Woodson and New Shoes, Red Shoes by Susan Rollings.
New juvenile nonfiction books are I Am Neil Armstrong, I am Anne Frank and I Am Jackie Robinson, all by Brad Meltzer, Donald Trump by Grace Hansen and Joe Biden: Who is America’s 46th President? By R. Margolin.
New juvenile fiction books (for 2-5th grade readers) are Ranger in Time series: Escape from the Twin Towers and Long Road to Freedom by Kate Messner; Magic Tree House series: Late Lunch with Llamas and To the Future with Ben Franklin! By Mary Pope Osborn, Geronimo Stilton series: The Battle For Crystal Castle: the 13th adventure in the Kingdom of Fantasy and Out of Time: the 8th journey through time, both by Geronimo Stilton and Brown Girl Dreaming by Jacqueline Woodson.

New books in time for Spring Break at the Library

The Library purchase several new books for readers to enjoy during Spring Break this year. Starting with Affair by Danielle Steel, also Beirut Protocol by Joel C. Rosenberg, Blink of an Eye by Iris Johansen, Dark Sky by C.J. Box, Faithless in Death by J.D. Robb, Fast Ice by Clive Cussler, Kaisers Web by Steve Berry, Last Straw by Oklahoma author Sharon Sala, Missing & Endangered by J.A. Jance, Party of 2 by Jasmine Guillory, Power Couple by Alex Berenson, Serpentine by Jonathan Kellerman, Shadow Box by Luanne Rice, Triple Chocolate Cheesecake Murder by Joanne Fluke and Walk in My Combat Boots (a nonfiction book) by James Patterson.

New books for February

The Library purchased several books for your winter reading since the weather is going to be BRRRRRR for the next several days what is there better to do but curl up with your dog/cat, drink coffee/tea and read a good book. And, we have lots to choose from.
Everyone’s favorite authors have new releases from December and January including Before She Disappeared by Lisa Gardner, All the Colors of Night by Jayne Ann Krentz, Children’s Blizzard by Melanie Benjamin, Gates of Athens by Conn Iggulden, Hush-Hush by Stuart Woods, Lost Boys by Faye Kellerman, The Mystery of Mrs. Christie by Marie Benedict, Neighbors by Danielle Steel, NYPD Red 6 and The Russian by James Patterson, Spin by Patricia Cornwell and Troubled Blood by Robert Galbraith (J.K. Rowling).
For the adventurous at heart who like to try new things the Library also purchased several books on the bestseller lists including Confessions of the 7:45 by Lisa Unger, South of the Buttonwood Tree by Heather S. Webber and Thursday Murder Club by Richard Osman.
New nonfiction books include God Will Help You and Born Again by Max Lucado and Frontier Follies by Ree Drummond.

Just a reminder…

The Library will be closed December 24-27 for Christmas and from January 1-3 for New Years holidays.

New books for the end of the year

The Library recently purchased 19 new titles to add to the adult and young adult fiction collection. Two new young adult books are Midnight Sun by Stephenie Meyer and Library of Souls the third novel in the Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children series.
Also added to the collection were several books on the New York Times Bestseller list. These are author’s the Library does not normally get including Book Woman of Troublesome Creek by Kim Michele Richardson, Dirty South by John Connolly and Searcher by Tanya French.
Other new books added are: All That Glitters by Danielle Steel, Awakening by Nora Roberts, Book of Two Ways by Jodi Picoult, Dark Tides by Philippa Gregory, Daylight by David Baldacci, Deadly Cross by James Patterson, Hidden in Plain Sight by Jeffery Archer, In the Lion’s Den by Barbara Taylor Bradford, Law of Innocence by Michael Connelly, Marauder by Clive Cussler, Piece of my Heart by Mary Higgins Clark, Tom Clancy’s Shadow of the Dragon by Marc Cameron and Thomas Kinkade’s One Bright Christmas by Katherine Spencer.

New books for November

The Chandler Public Library received 23 new books the first of the month for all ages. We have Jeff Kinney’s new Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Deep End and young adult writer Rick Riordan’s new book in the Trials of Apollo series, The Tower of Nero.
The Library added two nonfiction books Killing Crazy Horse by Bill O’Reilly and Murder Thy Neighbor by James Patterson. New fiction books included in the collection are Three Women Disappear and Coast-to-Coast Murders both by James Patterson. Also, several books for Christmas, Brightest Star by Fern Michaels, Christmas Cupcake Murder by Joanne Fluke, Happily This Christmas by Susan Mallery, Jingle All the Way by Debbie Macomber, and Noel Letters by Richard Paul Evans.
Other fiction books new at the Library, Elsewhere by Dean Koontz, Love Your Life by Sophie Kinsella, Next to Last Stand by Craig Johnson, Sentinel by Lee Childs, Shadows in Death by J.D. Robb, Shakeup by Stuart Woods, Time for Mercy by John Grisham, Troubles in Paradise by Elin Hilderbrand, Truly, Madly, Deeply by Karen Kingsbury, Wonder Boy of Whistle Stop by Fannie Flagg, The Return by Nicholas Sparks, and You Betrayed Me by Lisa Jackson.