The Worthington Library
Photo by Ed Pelletier


Events for Children:

Looking for true stories about America and the world? Look for Tuttle’s Red Barn, Snowflake Bentley, Long Walk to Freedom, This Land is Your Land and When Marian Sang.
What about the first people of North America? Look for The Iroquois Indians, The Mohawk Indians, The Children’s book of America, Growning Up in Colonial America, The Infamous Boston Massacre and The American Indian Wars.
These are all on display in the stairwell to the children’s room. Look for more downstairs!

Events for Adults:

Genealogy (every 1st Thursday, 7 pm)

Now that evenings are getting dark earlier, we have decided to move Genealogy Club to Saturday mornings at 10:00am. No more driving at night! Join us for the next meeting on Saturday, October 4 at 10:00am!

Book Club (every last Thursday, 7 pm).

Read with us! This September, The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt is our choice. We’ll discuss it on September 25 at 7:00pm.

New Acquisitions

What’s New?
The Keeper – John Lescroart
Natchez Burning – Greg Iles
Natural Beekeeping – Ross Conrad
The Quest – Nelson DeMille (also available in CD)
The Republic of Thieves – Scott Lynch
Ripper – Isabel Allende
The Skin Collector – Jeffery Deaver (also available in CD)
The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry – Gabrielle Zenn
Sycamore Row – John Grisham

plus some that are not so new except to us.

Check the Recent Acquistions lists near the photocopier.

Did you know? The library has passes to Berkshire Museum, The Clark, Historic Deerfield (from the Historical Society), Mass MoCA, Mass Parks Pass, and Smith College Art Museum.

ARTIST OF THE MONTH: Molly Smith is artist of the month. She has presented the story of her cross country trip done in small, exquisite watercolors along with a narration of the journey. These will be here through September so you can take time to read and enjoy.

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