2012 Year at the Library

2012 has been a big year for the library, thanks to our wonderful patrons and supporters some big things have happened this year. First and foremost was becoming a joint City/County library, the voters of our county supported the library in a big way and we would like to say thank-you for that!

The community also came together to help raise money to get Overdrive Library2Go digital e-books and audiobooks we couldn’t have done this without all your generous donations and this service is now up and running. Check it out at our new library webpagewww.newrockfordndlibrary.com .

We look forward to even more new and exciting things in the coming year.


Top Recommended Library Books From 2012:

From the Library Bookclub our Favorites Were:

Saving CeeCee Honeycutt by, Beth Hoffman

Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet: A Novel by, Jamie Ford


In Adult Fiction:

The Homecoming of Samuel Lake: A Novel by, Jenny Wingfield

The Silence of Trees by, Valya Dudycz Lupescu

Memoirs of an Imaginary Friend by, Matthew Dicks

Yellow Crocus by, Laila Ibrahim

A Grown-up Kind of Pretty by, Joshilyn Jackson

Beyond the Bougainvillea by, Delores Durando

Catch Me by, Lisa Gardner

The Second Empress: A Novel of Napoleon’s Court by, Michelle Moran

The Secret Keeper by, Kate Morton

The Time Keeper by, Mitch Albom

Defending Jacob by, William Landay

The Dressmaker by, Kate Alcott

The Queen’s Vow & The Last Queen by, CW Gortner

The Woman at the Light: A Novel by, Joanna Brady

Stay Close by, Harlan Coben

The Cove by, Ron Rash

Gone Girl by, Gillian Flynn

Miss Dreamsville and the Collier County Women’s Literary Society: A Novel by, Amy Hill Hearth

A Place of Secrets by, Rachel Hore

A Dog Named Christmas & A Christmas Home by, Greg Kincaid

This One and Magic Life: A Novel of a Southern Family by, Anne C. George

The Dry Grass of August by, Anna Jean Mayhew

The Rose Garden by, Susanna Kearsley

The Unseen by, Katherine Webb

The House I Loved by, Tatiana de Rosnay

In Fantasy:

Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter by, Seth Grahame-Smith

Fair Game by, Patricia Briggs

Timeless by, Gail Carriger

Ready Player One by, Ernest Cline

In Young Adult & Middle grade:

Ashen Winter by, Mike Mullins

Winter Shadows by, Margaret Buffie

The Perks of Being a Wallflower by, Stephen Chbosky

Insurgent by, Veronica Roth

The Hero’s Guide to Saving Your Kingdom by, Christopher Healy

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