Thursday

NEW COMPUTERS AND FREE WIRELESS ACCESS

The Orangeburg Library now has three new PCs for public Internet access, two for adults and one for children. Free wireless access is available at the library. You have to use your own wireless-enabled laptop computer.


Wednesday

HOME IMPROVEMENT REFERENCE CENTER

Are you seeking a summer project?
Our Home Improvement Reference Center focuses on home improvement and home repair. This database describes and shows instructions for thousands of outdoor, electrical, remodeling, plumbing, wood, decorating and home maintenance projects.

NY TIMES BEST SELLERS (1)

Orangeburg Library has the following titles which are New York Times Best sellers for this week. Please click on one of the titles to reserve.
Fiction:
TRIBUTE, by Nora Roberts.
FEARLESS FOURTEEN, by Janet Evanovich.
SWAN PEAK, by James Lee Burke.
SAIL, by James Patterson and Howard Roughan.
THE HOST, by Stephenie Meyer.
TAILSPIN, by Catherine Coulter.
LOVE THE ONE YOU’RE WITH, by Emily Giffin.
CHASING DARKNESS, by Robert Crais.
ROGUE, by Danielle Steel.
DEATH ANGEL, by Linda Howard.
SILENT THUNDER, by Iris Johansen and Roy Johansen.
Nonfiction:
WHAT HAPPENED, by Scott McClellan.
STORI TELLING, by Tori Spelling with Hilary Liftin.
THE POST-AMERICAN WORLD, by Fareed Zakaria.
AUDITION, by Barbara Walters.
SOMEWHERE IN HEAVEN, by Christopher Andersen.
IN DEFENSE OF FOOD, by Michael Pollan.
I AM AMERICA (AND SO CAN YOU!), by Stephen Colbert

Sunday

THE STAIRS GALLERY

In July and August, treat yourself to the World of John Sanders by going upstairs to the extraordinary exhibit of sculptures, wall hangings and terrestrial art created by this gifted artist. Mr.Sanders sculpture, achieved by both reduction and addition techniques, never fails to engage the viewer with its majesty, power and whimsy. Please note your comments and reactions. The upstairs gallery is elevator accessible. Please ask a librarian for assistance.


NEW PLAYAWAY!

The Orangeburg Library now has 16 Playaways, easy-to-use, digital pre-loaded audio books. You'll find them next to the Reference Desk. Charge one out as you would a book, plug in a head phone and take it anywhere you might take an MP3 player.

1. Mayflower: a story of courage, community, and war, by Nathaniel Philbrick.
2. Marley & me: life and love with the world's worst dog, by John Grogan.
3. The kite runner, by Khaled Hosseini.
4.
Angels & demons, by Dan Brown.
5. Uglies, by Scott Westerfeld.
6. The curious incident of the dog in the night-time, by Mark Haddon.
7. The art of war, by Sun Tzu ; translated by Ralph D. Sawyer.
8.The bookseller of Kabul, by ├ůsne Seierstad ; translated by Ingrid Christophersen.
9. Tangerine, by Edward Bloor.
10.Freaks: alive, on the inside! by Annette Curtis Klause.
11.Al Capone does my shirts, by Gennifer Choldenko.
12.Wicked: the life and times of the Wicked Witch of the West, by Gregory Maguire.
13.Girl with a pearl earring, by Tracy Chevalier.
14.Rich dad's guide to investing: what the rich invest in, that the poor and middle class do not! by Robert T. Kiyosaki : with Sharon L. Lechter.
15.The Sea of Trolls, by Nancy Farmer.
16.A pale horse, by Charles Todd.

New & Notable

Fiction:
Love the One You’re With/ Emily Giffin.

After a chance encounter with an old boyfriend, a woman questions her decades spent in happy marriage.

Late Nights On Air/ Elizabeth Hey.
When their radio station goes off the air, a staff of colorful personalities decides to take a life changing canoe trip in Yellowknife, Canada.

Off Season/ Anne Rivers Siddons.
A woman reflects on her past and re-evaluates her life on the remote coast of Maine.

Skeletons at the Feast/ Chris Bohjalian.
Near the end of WW II, German refugees flee westward from of an advancing Russian army.Swine Not?

A Pig Tale/ Jimmy Buffett.
After relocating from Tennessee, a Southern woman tries to hide her family’s pet pig in an upscale New York hotel.

Nonfiction:
America’s Hidden History/ Kenneth C. Davis.
The author explains how obscure events influenced early American history (1519-1789).

Audition: A Memoir/ Barbara Walters.
Famed personality elaborates on her life and career.

Panic in Level 4/ Richard Preston.
A series of alarming science essays on topics that affect our world.

Prince of Frogtown/ Rick Bragg.
A man with a troubled past struggles to be a good father to his new step-son.

When You Are Engulfed in Flames/ David Sedaris.
Humorous and entertaining essays from the crazed mind of David Sedaris.