Rebecca Rule

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Rebecca Rule – Moved and Seconded:

Town Meeting in New Hampshire

Chamberlin Free Public Library

Wednesday, February 22, 2017 7:00 p.m.

Drawing on research from her book, Moved and Seconded: Town Meeting in New Hampshire, the Present, the Past, and the Future, Rebecca Rule regales audiences with stories of the rituals, traditions, and history of town meeting, including the perennial characters, the literature, the humor, and the wisdom of this uniquely New England institution.

Rebecca Rule gathers and tells stories in New England, mostly New Hampshire. She is the author of eleven books, including N is for New Hampshire out in the fall of 2016 with Islandport Press. Her other titles include: Headin’ for the Rhubarb: a NH Dictionary (well kinda) and Moved and Seconded: Town Meeting in New Hampshire as well as the children’s picture book, The Iciest Diciest Scariest Sled Ride Ever. For ten years she hosted “The New Hampshire Authors Series” on NHPTV. She currently hosts “Our Hometown” also on NHPTV.

Greenville Beautification Committee

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The next meeting of the Greenville Beautification Committee meeting will be held Monday, January 30, 2017 at 6:30 p.m at Chamberlin Free Public Library, 46 Main St.

New members are needed and always welcomed!

For more information, contact: Deb Spratt 801-5824  (phone/text) or email: farewynds@comcast.net or call Jim Lambert at 878-2441

New Adult Fiction – January 17, 2017

Cometh the hour  Archer, Jeffrey
This was a man Archer, Jeffrey
No man’s land  Baldacci, David
Moonglow  Chabon, Michael
The season of us  Chamberlin, Holly
The sleeping beauty killer  Clark, Mary Higgins
To capture what we cannot keep  Colin, Beatrice
Chaos  Cornwell, Patricia Daniels
Odessa sea  Cussler, Clive
Turbo twenty-three  Evanovich, Janet
The mistletoe secret  Evans, Richard Paul
The whole town’s talking  Flagg, Fannie
The one man  Gross, Andrew
Fields where they lay  Hallinan, Timothy
Conclave  Harris, Robert
To the bright edge of the world  Ivey, Eowyn
The mistletoe murder  James, P. D.
I’ll take you there  Lamb, Wally
Eggnog murder  Meier, Leslie
The chemist  Meyer, Stephenie
Cross the line  Patterson, James
Dog’s best friend  Patterson, James
A Christmas message  Perry, Anne
Swing time  Smith, Zadie
Girl waits with gun  Stewart, Amy
Girl Who Chased the Moon. Allen, Sarah Addison
Christmas at the Hummingbird House  Ball, Donna
Stay with me  Gaylin, Alison
A Christmas party Heyer, Georgette
A girl’s guide to moving on  Macomber, Debbie

New Juvenile Nonfiction – January 17, 2017

This land is our land  Osborne, Linda Barrett,
In the shadow of Liberty Davis, Kenneth C.,
Ada Lovelace, poet of science  Stanley, Diane,
Bridge to the wild O’Connell, Caitlin,
Heroes of baseball Lipsyte, Robert.
Jazz day : the making of a famous photograph  Orgill, Roxane,
Radiant child  Steptoe, Javaka,
Presenting Buffalo Bill  Fleming, Candace,
Sachiko : a Nagasaki bomb survivor’s story  Stelson, Caren Barzelay,
Some writer! : the story of E. B. White  Sweet, Melissa,

New Large Print – January 17, 2017

Falling for Prince Charles Baratz-Logsted, Lauren
A voice in the night  Camilleri, Andrea
Murder most howl  Davis, Krista
Rock-a-bye bones  Haines, Carolyn
A simple vow  Hubbard, Charlotte
Grace sees red  Hyzy, Julie A.
Alabama Irish  Lingerfelt, James Russell
Journey’s end  Ryan, Renee
The rules of love & grammar  Simses, Mary
Something buried, something blue Staub, Wendy Corsi
Reading the sweet oak  Stites, Jan
Thread and gone  Wait, Lea