Catasauqua Library Presents a Variety of Family Themed Programming
One of the goals of every library is to be a link in the chain of community information resources.  With that in mind, your Library is especially pleased to host Hartzell’s Pharmacy ‘s “Health Talks:  Family Caregiving and When It’s Time to Get Help,” Thursday, September 28th  at 6pm.  Many of us are already facing the challenges of caring for a member of the family.  Most of us will face these issues at some time. Here you have the opportunity to get expert advice from Sheila Nemeth, Certified Senior Advisor from CarePatrol, a free, non-profit service for advice on caregiving solutions.  Please join us.

On an entirely different subject, but one very important to children of all ages,  the Library will be the setting for  another special program.
On Thursday, October 26th, at 6pm, the Library  will host  members of the Lehigh Valley Storytelling Guild.  Karen Maurer, Ingrid Bohn and Denise McCormack  will present a Two-Part  “Spooktacular of  Stories.”   Some scary and some just fun! No tricks but definitely treats!    Part One stories are the fun ones for younger children, and, following a 15 minute intermission, Part Two stories are the ones about things that go bump in the night.  Do come in costume!  A donation of a canned good  for  the Second Harvest food bank will be gratefully accepted.

New Books
“Origin,” Dan Brown
Manhattan Beach,” Jennifer Egan
“ Hardcore Twenty-Four,” Janet Evanovich
“I Know A Secret,” Tess Gerritsen
“The Rooster Bar,” John Grisham
“The Rules of Magic,” Alice Hoffman
“Proof of Life,” J.A.Jance
“Killing Season,” Faye Kellerman
“It,” Stephen King
“Sleeping Beauties,” Stephen King
“Legacy of Spies,” John Le Carre
“Deep Freeze,” John Sandford
“Fairytale,” Danielle Steel
“Quick and Dirty,” Stuart Woods

Non-Fiction:  “Endurance: A Year in Space, A Lifetime of Discovery,” Scott Kelly
“Code Girls: The Untold Story of the American Women Code Breakers of WW II,” Liza Mundy
“Pale Rider,” Laura Spinney
“The Vietnam War: An Intimate History,” Geoffrey C. Ward and Ken Burns

Young Adult:  “Turtles All the Way Down, John Green
“One of Us Is Lying,” Karen M. McManus
“The Hate U Give,” Angie Thomas

“Big Words for Little Geniuses,” Susan and James Patterson
“Sam, The Most Scaredy-Cat in the World,” Mo Willems