New and Notable

Fall Selections at Orangeburg Library

Censored 2010: The Top 25 Censored Stories of 2008-2009/ Peter Phillips.
Think you’re up on all the news? You’ll be surprised to read the most important overlooked stories of the past year.

Feed Your Pet Right: The Authoritative Guide to Feeding Your Dog and Cat/ Marion Nestle and Malden Nesheim.
With the help of two nutritionists, cat and dog owners can select the healthiest food for their pets.

Priceless: How I Went Undercover to Rescue the World’s Stolen Treasures/ Robert K . Wittman.
Leader of the FBI’s Art Crime Team relates his fascinating 20-year career of traveling the world to recover stolen artwork and documents.

Stuff: Compulsive Hoarding and the Meaning of Things/ Rany O. Frost and Gail Stekettte.

Hoarding is more common than most of us realize. Two psychologists share their experiences in treating compulsive hoarders.

Ape House/ Sara Gruen.

A scientist’s life is thrown in to turmoil when her six bonobos (chimpanzees), fluent in sign language, are stolen from a research facility.

Black Mamba Boy/ Nadifa Mohamed.

A Somali boy travels over a thousand miles across North Africa and through parts of Europe in search of his father.

The Hundred-Foot Journey/ Richard C. Morais.

A lively immigrant family, new to the French Alps, opens an Indian restaurant much to the chagrin of a local chef.

Rembrandt Affair/ Daniel Silva.

A detective travels the world to recover a lost portrait by the Dutch master.

Skippy Dies/ Paul Murry.

The untimely demise of a 14 year-old boy at a Dublin boarding school starts a chain of horrifying and hilarious events.

Top of the Stairs Gallery

October & November– Local artist, Helen Greenberg, displays “The Joy of Nature” with an enchanting group of acrylic, oil and watercolor still lives and landscapes.

December & January– Artist/Underwater Photographer, Drew Wohl, and his wife, Sandy Wohl, display the latest of their marine discoveries, several in a new format called Illuminart.

CHAIR YOGA: With Instructor Colleen Briscoe

Five Monday Afternoons at 1:00 PM

On Five Consecutive Mondays - Oct. 25, Nov. 1, Nov., 8, Nov. 15 and Nov. 22
...all classes begin @ 1:00 PM promptly so plan on arriving 10 minutes early.
In this gentle yoga, participants sit in a chair, but all joints and muscles are exercised for increased flexibility, strength, balance and circulation. Please bring a towel to class. Class size is limited, so please call the library at 359-2244, Ext. 10 to register.


New Displays

Award-winning fiction and non-fiction books are on display now in the magazine/newspaper section, and at the far west windows, by the mysteries. All have won awards or honorable mentions for 2010!

Also on display, Extraordinary Animals, on the cart by the tables. Come check out the large number of "memoir" -type books on living with animals that have been published recently, as well as books on animal behavior, their emotional lives, how to start a pet business, dogs in literature, and more!