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Opinion / Religion - December 5, 2016

The Book Edge

By April Hernandez

Lincoln Library Fact: The Library is offering a free Christmas Craft Craze class given by Ruth Shelite. The class will be held on December 20 from 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm in the Library meeting room. Come join Ruth and make Christmas ornaments to hang on your tree. Class space is limited to 20 so come into the Library and sign up early. Children must be in first grade and above to participate without a parent.

StoryTime: The theme was Mice. Robin read I Can Splash! Judy read A Little Bit of Love, If You Give a Mouse a Cookie, The Gruffalo, Stanley in the Dark, and Such a Little Mouse. Judy and the children acted out Hickory, Dickory, Dock using our mouse clock. They also did the fingerplay Five Little Mice. Each child took home a Hickory, Dickory, Dock coloring page.

Janís Time for Trivia: In Dickensí A Christmas Carol, what character was originally going to be called "Little Fred"?

New at the Library:

Adult Fiction:

No Manís Land by David Baldacci. The fourth book in the John Puller series. John must investigate his motherís disappearance thirty years ago when his father who is suffering from dementia is accused of killing her.

Young Adult Fiction:

Heartless by Marissa Meyer. A prequel to Aliceís Adventures in Wonderland. This book takes us back to when the Queen of Hearts was a young girl and all she wanted was to bake and fall in love. She falls in love with the Court Jester but fate has other plans.

Juvenile Fiction:

Rush Revere and the Presidency by Rush Limbaugh. Visit the first three Presidents of the United States and their wives. Relive the important decisions that shaped our new country while time-traveling with Rush Revere.

Library Happenings: StoryTime December 6th & 13th at 10 am. Adult Coloring Club December 19 at 5:30 pm. Christmas Craft Craze December 20 at 1 pm.

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