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More Library News
Cold Spring Branch Manager Dave Anderson appeared on the FOX19 Morning Xtra on Friday morning to discuss books that are hitting screens right now.
Dave spoke with Frank Marzullo about three books that have recently made to jump to screens.
- “The 5th Wave” by Rick Yancey
- “11/22/63” by Stephen King
- “The Man in the High Castle” by Phillip K. Dick
All three are available at your Campbell County Public Library.
Watch the segment below:
Cincinnati News, FOX19-WXIX TV
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This month in “Connections“:
- Minecraft Club welcomes online sensation, Darkosto
- Libraries & patrons win in KY. Supreme Court ruling
- Drop Your Drawers by the numbers
- Library staff shares some of their favorite books
- ArtsWave presents Macy’s Arts Sampler at your library
- Six @ Six starts with look at “The Good Life”
- Special films nights for kids with sensory issues and the deaf community
- Read the full “Connections” newsletter
Falcon Theatre brings to the stage their adaptation of Many-Storied House, a collection of poems written by Kentucky author and poet laureate George Ella Lyon. Read more
This month in “Connections“:
- Our list of can’t-miss Holiday programming
- Information on how you can Drop Your Drawers
- A look at this month’s Touch Tone Tales
- Your chance to register for our “A Many Storied House” Signature Series event
- The retirement of beloved Circulation Supervisor Pat Wade
Mysteries and thrillers continue to top our patrons’ must-read lists. Check out the five most checked out titles at CCPL. Read more
Some people might think non-fiction is boring, but not our patrons. Hundreds of non-fiction titles are borrowed from our branches each month. Read more