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New AV at Steele – September 2015 September 29, 2015

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  • jonathanstrangeSphere
  • I Am Chris Farley
  • Match
  • Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell
  • Hunting Elephants
  • Adult Beginnings
  • Police Story
  • Doomsday
  • Northmen A Viking Saga
  • Robot Overlords
  • Gallows Road
  • Snow Girl and The Dark Crystal
  • Do You Believe?
  • I-Lived
  • Preggoland
  • Jackie and Ryan
  • Ride
  • Deer Hunter
  • Pixies
  • People Under The Stairs
  • Sideways
  • Bend It Like Beckham
  • Chocolate City
  • The Monster That Challenged The World
  • pixiesUnfriended
  • Into The Grizzly Maze
  • Soaked In Bleach
  • Kingdom of The Apes
  • The Anonymous People
  • No Ordinary Hero
  • Little Boy
  • Catching Faith
  • Vendetta
  • The Riot Club
  • Harry
  • Strangerland
  • 5 to 7
  • Diggstown
  • Slash Live At The Roxy
  • The Seventh Dwarf
  • Dark Was The Night
  • Boulevard
  • Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me


  • Box, C.J. Badlands
  • Brown, Brene’ Rising Strong
  • badlandsBrown, Sandra Friction
  • Child, Lincoln The Forgotten Room
  • Collins, Jackie The Santangelos
  • Cussler, Clive Piranha
  • Ellis, Joseph The Quartet
  • Fairstein, Linda Devil’s Bridge
  • George, Nina The Little Paris Bookshop
  • Goodkind, Terry The First Confessor
  • Grandin, Greg Kissinger’s Shadow
  • Hannah, Sophie Woman With A Secret
  • Harbison, Beth If I Could Turn Back Time
  • Kellerman, Jonathan The Murder’s Daughter
  • Kenyon, Sherrilyn Dragonbane
  • Kerr, Phillip The Lady From Zagreb
  • Kershaw, Alex Avenue of Spies
  • Kinsella, Sophia Finding Audrey
  • Kirman, Robin Bradstreet Gate
  • Kleypas, Lisa Brown-Eyed Girl
  • Knoll, Jessica Luckiest Girl Alive
  • Lowell, Elizabeth Perfect Touch
  • Macomber, Debbie Silver Linings
  • McCall Smith The Novel Habits of Happiness
  • McLain, Paula Circling The Sun
  • Mollen, Tim Lost Journal Classics
  • Murakami, Haruki Wind/Pinball
  • Blood On SnowNesbo, Jo Blood On Snow
  • Paretsky, Sarah Brush Back
  • Paterson, Katherine Stories of My Life
  • Patterson, James Daniel X: Lights Out
  • Rice, Anne Beauty’s Kingdom
  • Sachar, Louis Fuzzy Mud
  • Sandford, John Outrage
  • Shaara, Jeff The Fateful Lightning
  • Willig, Lauren The Other Daughter


  • Now That’s What I Call New Wave 80’s
  • Now That’s What I Call Music 55
  • Now That’s What I Call ACM Awards 50 Years
  • Fear Factory Genexus
  • Kataklysm Of Ghosts and Gods
  • Insane Clown Posse The Marvelous Link (found)
  • Joe Satriani Shockwave Supernova
  • Alan Parsons Project Tales of Mystery and Imagination
  • 12 Stones Beneath The Scars
  • Blackberry Smoke Holding All The Poles
  • Counting Crows Hard Candy
  • Blue Oyster Cult Fire of Unknown Origin
  • Shania Twain Up!
  • Iggy and the Stooges Raw Power
  • Van Halen OU812
  • Moody Blues Long Distance Voyager
  • Rush Roll The Bones

Fall Storytimes & 1000 Books Before Kindergarten September 2, 2015

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1000booksFall Storytimes at CCLD libraries are just around the corner, beginning the week of September 14 at all branches; check our website for dates and times. We offer storytimes for babies, toddlers and preschoolers and all are drop in, no registration is required. Storytimes are a wonderful way to introduce your child to the joys of reading and increase their vocabulary, as well as help them to learn social skills. Our storytimes are full of fun too…interactive songs, flannel stories, rhymes and props that enhance the experience and make it pleasurable for caregivers as well as kids…and while you’re at the library, sign up for our latest early literacy program: 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten. (Currently available at Steele, Horseheads and Big Flats Libraries and funded by the Friends of the Horseheads Library.) This free, self-paced program challenges parents and caregivers to read at least 1,000 books before the child enters school. Research has shown that reading to children helps them be better prepared for school as it builds their vocabulary and stimulates language and cognitive skills. Reading together is great for bonding too, and stories read in storytime or at daycare can count as well. Ask us about this exciting new offering and we’ll see you soon at Storytime!

Happy Reading!

Janet Ackerman
Head of Youth Services
Steele Memorial Library, CCLD

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