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Books, Bytes & Beyond - the Clarendon Hills Public Library

Books, Bytes & Beyond Fall 2012

Library Hours

Monday, Tuesday

and Thursday:

9:30 am – 9:00 pm

Wednesday & Friday:

9:30 am – 5:00 pm

Saturday:

9:30 am – 4:00 pm

Don’t forget

about:

Language Stars

Foreign Language

Story Times

Page 11

Library Divas

Boutique: Ladies’

Shopping Night

Page 6

A Visit with Jon

Yates: What’s Your

Problem?

Page 2

Books, Bytes & Beyond is published

quarterly by the Clarendon Hills Library,

7 North Prospect Avenue,

Clarendon Hills, IL 60514.

Newsletter of the Clarendon Hills Public Library

SPECIAL EVENT:

Moonlight & Magnolias

Friday, September 14th, 8:00 pm

The Theatre of Western Springs

It’s 1939, and legendary Hollywood producer David O.

Selznick has a problem. He has just fired the director of

Gone with the Wind and the script is on its umpteenth

version. He desperately needs a new director and

writer—immediately. His solution? Fire the director,

pull Victor Fleming off The Wizard of Oz, and lock

himself, Fleming, and script doctor Ben Hecht in his

office for five days until they have a screenplay. With

only peanuts and bananas to sustain them, they work

through and act out Margaret Mitchell’s bestseller and

in the process make movie history.

Join us for a benefit performance of this hilariously true story on Friday, September 14th at the

Theatre of Western Springs. Tickets are available at the library for $25 each. Proceeds will benefit

the library.

“Gone With the Wind”

Gift Basket Drawing

Enter to win a gift basket including wine,

a copy of Margaret Mitchell’s novel that

started it all, and a “must-have” for

GWTW fans, Herb Bridges Gone With the

Wind: A Definitive Illustrated History of the

Book, the Movie and the Legend. Enter at

the circulation desk or at our table in the

theater lobby the night of the performance.

New Look for

Books, Bytes & Beyond

As you can see, our newsletter has had a

makeover! We’re excited to partner with local

businesses and organizations whose support

allows us to bring you the latest library news at a

lower cost than before. As costs for maintaining

our older building continue to rise, we’ve been

looking for ways to save money, and this is one of

those steps for us. Let us know what you think.

Are You Ready for Election Day?

Tuesday, November 6th is the big day! Need to register to vote? We can help you! Bring two

forms of identification (at least one with your current address) to the library before Tuesday,

October 9th, and we can get you registered. Not sure

if you’re registered? Go to http://www.elections.il.gov/

InfoForVoters.aspx and click on “Am I registered to

vote in Illinois?” You may also contact the Du Page

County Election Commission at 630-407-5600 or

ecommission1@dupageco.org. For more information

about the upcoming election visit

www.dupageelections.com.

Volume 9, Issue 1 September/October/November 2012


Special Programs for Adults

SPECIAL MOVIE SCREENING:

The Making of a Legend:

Gone With the Wind

Monday, September 10th, 6:30 pm

Before you see the play, Moonlight & Magnolias (see story on page

1), get the backstory behind the making of this classic movie! Come

enjoy this documentary about how David O. Selznick’s production

of Gone With the Wind came to be. Includes screen tests of several

Scarlett O’Hara candidates including Paulette Goddard, Jean Arthur

and Joan Bennett.

A Visit with Jon Yates:

What’s Your Problem?

Tuesday, September 25th, 7:00 pm

As creator of the popular “What’s Your

Problem?” column in the Chicago Tribune,

Jon Yates has helped thousands of people

take charge of their problems and get satisfaction from airlines,

utilities, government agencies, health insurance companies, and

more. His readers have already gotten back more than $1 million

of their hard-earned money from greedy businesses and agencies.

Join us for an evening with Jon as he shares some of his many and

varied experiences in problem solving. Jon will also have copies

of his book, What’s Your Problem? : Cut through red tape,

challenge the system, and get your money back.

try our new small plate menu

RECEIVE 30% off

*Coupon must be present to receive offer. Coupon special valid on small plate purchases only. Beer & wine purchases not

included with offer. Dine-in only. One coupon per customer. Not valid with other specials or coupons. Expires 12/31/12.

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Clarendon Hills

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*

Media on Demand Training

Learn how to check out and download ebooks

(free!) to your computer or ereader through the

library’s Media on Demand subscription service.

Register to attend one of the following classes based

on your ereader device on Saturday, September 29,

in the library’s upstairs meeting room:

Download eBooks to Nook/Sony eReader - 10:30 am

Download eBooks to iPad/iPhone - 11:30 am

Download eBooks to Kindle - 1 pm

Kindle and iPad owners should bring their devices.

Shoot Like a Pro:

Photography Workshop

Tuesday, November 13th, 7:00 pm

John Dziekan spent more than 30 years at the Chicago

Tribune as an award-winning photojournalist. This is

your chance to get advice from a pro on enhancing your

own photography. In his words, “I like to inspire people

to be more creative and resourceful in the way they capture

their images—to have a photographer’s vision. I also

stress that you don’t have to spend “mega-bucks” on photo

equipment; many excellent photos are made with very

simple equipment. I want people to leave the program with

a bright new outlook on making great photographs.”

3.875”(w) x 2.4375”(h)

2 September/October/November 2012


Daisy’s Girls:

Camping with Juliette Gordon Low

Saturday, October 13th, 2:00 pm

Actress Betsey Means of “Womanlore” will present a first-person portrayal of Juliette Gordon

Low, founder of the Girl Scouts of America. A wealthy socialite of the United States and Great

Britain, Juliette Gordon Low spent most of her life enjoying the recreations of the privileged

classes. After meeting the founder of the Boy Scouts, Sir Robert Baden-Powell, she discovered

a social cause to which she would devote the rest of her life. An enthusiastic organizer and

fundraiser, she led the formation of the Girl Scouts of the USA in 1912. By the time of her

death, the Girl Scouts had become a successful national organization with thousands of

members. Children (especially Girl Scouts!) are welcome at this program!

Monthly Trivia Night at

All Wined Up Wine Shop

Tuesdays, September 18th, October 23rd, and November 20th: 7:00 pm

Calling all “21 and overs:” Show off your knowledge of topics great and small at these monthly Trivia Nights at All Wined Up

Wine Shop & Tasting Bar at 27 S. Prospect here in town. Library staff will prepare and ask the trivia questions, so get ready

to be stumped! There will be prizes, plus All Wined Up offers drink and food specials on Trivia Nights as well. No registration

necessary--come on down!

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Park District

Mark your calendars for these upcoming programs and events!!!

YOUTH DANCE CLASSES

CREATIVE MOVEMENT:

This class is a specially designed program to encourage your

child in dance, mime, creative movement, music education,

ballet, jazz, tap, gymnastics and performance.

Date: Thursdays, 9/6-12/13 (no class 11/22)

Time: 1:05-1:50pm

Ages: 3-6 years old

Fee: $128 (n/r $160)

PRE-BALLET/TAP 1 & 2:

In tap you will acquire rhythm, coordination and self-esteem.

In ballet you will develop poise, grace and self confidence

through the art of Ballet.

Date: Thursdays, 9/6-12/13 (no class 11/22)

Time: 1:50-2:35pm

Ages: 4-6 years old

Fee: $128 (n/r $160)

MAD SCIENTISTS

Do you have a desire to mix potions to create chemical

reactions? If so, then this is the class for you. You will be

exposed to many experiments and learn about observation

and making predictions. Experiments will be sent home

weekly to try again at home and amaze your parents.

Smocks will be provided.

Dates: Tuesdays, 9/18-10/9

Time: 12:30-1:15pm

Ages: 4-6 years old

Instructor: Emily Golembiewski

Location: CHPD Community Center

Fee: $60 (n/r $75)

Clarendon Hills Park District

315 Chicago Ave, Clarendon Hills, IL 60514

Phone: 630-323-2626

Website: www.clarendonhillsparkdistrict.org

AFTERSCHOOL PROGRAM

Join the Park District, SportsKids and nutritionist Kelly Sierra,

RD, LDN for a chance to make new friends, try new games

and learn to be healthier! This program incorporates health,

nutrition and fitness into a fun program for all.

AFTERSCHOOL SPORTS AND NUTRITION:

Location: Prospect School

Dates/Times: 9/18-10/9 (Tues 3:10-4:10pm for 1st-3rd grade)

9/20-10/11 (Thurs 3:10-4:10pm for 4th-5th grade)

Fee: $50 (n/r $63)

AFTERSCHOOL FUN WITH FOOTBALL AND

NUTRITION:

Location: Walker School

Dates/Times: 10/22-11/12 (Mondays, 4:10-5:10pm)

11/26-12/17 (Mondays, 4:10-5:10pm)

Fee: $40 (n/r $50)

Ages: 6-11 years old

AFTERSCHOOL HOOPS AND NUTRITION:

Location: Walker School

Dates/Times: 10/24-11/14 (Wednesdays, 4:10-5:10pm)

11/28-12/19 (Wednesdays, 4:10-5:10pm)

Fee: $40 (n/r $50)

Ages: 6-11 years old

MAKE A MASTERPIECE

for Parents/Tots

This is a special art class just for toddlers and parents/caregivers.

Littler fingers will experiment with painting, gluing, sticking,

and creating while developing fine-motor, language, and selfhelp

skills. Class time will include a story which will set the

theme of the week. This is an adult/child class—please no older

siblings.

Dates: Thursdays, 9/13-10/18

Time: 9:00-9:45am

Ages: 2-3 years old with parent

Instructor: Emily Golembiewski

Location: CHPD Community Center

Fee: $60 (n/r $75)

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Volume 9, Issue 1 5


Library News

Meet the candidates running for Congress in our

new 6th District

Leslie Coolidge: Tuesday, October 2nd, 7:00 pm

Peter Roskam: Date and time to be announced

The presidential election isn’t the only race going on this fall!

Here in the newly-drawn 6th Congressional District, there are some new faces

in the running. The two candidates are Republican Peter Roskam, incumbent

representative of the current 6th District, and Democrat Leslie Coolidge.

Because Clarendon Hills was formerly

in the 13th Congressional District,

these two names are probably

somewhat unfamiliar to many of

our residents. We’ve invited both

candidates to come to our library to

introduce themselves and meet the

residents of Clarendon Hills. WGN

Radio host Bill Moller has graciously

offered to interview the candidates.

derson

Leslie Coolidge will visit our library

on Tuesday evening, October 2nd at

7:00 pm.

a Vert

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At press time we are still trying to

work out a schedule with the Roskam

campaign. Watch our website or

check our Facebook and Twitter pages

for the latest updates.

lls Library Ad—for Brent Hyland

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Thanks to all who attended our

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Library Divas Boutique

Ladies’ Shopping Night

Wednesday, November 7th, 6:30-8:30 pm

Get a head start on your holiday shopping

at our Library Divas Boutique! Enjoy

complimentary punch and hors d’oeuvres

as you peruse the wares of our fabulous

vendors. There will be jewelry, purses,

art, soaps and many other unique items.

(Check our website and Facebook

page for updates on our growing list

of vendors.) We will also raffle off one

item from each vendor. Each attendee

will receive one free raffle ticket, and

additional tickets may be purchased

either before or during the event. Ask

at the circulation desk. A portion of the

proceeds from the evening will go to

support the library and its programs.

Call your girlfriends for a fun night out!

6 September/October/November 2012


Home of Chicagoland’s Best Burger and a Whole Lot More...

LibAnywhere App

for your

smart phone

Use our new mobile app to easily

find pertinent library information

such as our hours and location,

access the library’s online

catalog (SWAN), link to our

downloadable ebooks & audiobooks

service—Media on Demand,

and more. Just download the free “LibAnywhere” app

(from the App Store for iPhone/iPad or Android Marketplace

for Android products). Once the app has loaded, search for the

Clarendon Hills Public Library to make it your default search

page. For more information about this app, go to our website at

www.clarendonhillslibrary.org.

Receive Text Alerts when your materials arrive

“Great burgers

in Chicago’s suburbs”

- Phil Vettel of the Chicago Tribune

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Save $5.00 with a minimum

$15.00 food purchase

For dine in only. One offer per party, per visit. Not valid for alcoholic beverages

or in conjunction with any other offer. Tax and gratuity not included.

Expires 11/30/12

Library

241 W. 55th St., Clarendon Hills • 630-325-1444

Visit our website: www.BurgerOne.com

Check out our new databases

Be sure to take a look at our new selection of databases

(available by clicking the “research” tab on the top toolbar

of the library’s home page). This summer we added a

number of new selections including Consumer Reports,

Fund & Wagnall’s New World Encyclopedia, Middle Search

(especially for middle schoolers), Student Research Center

(geared for secondary school students), Regional Business

News, Literary Reference Center and more.

We also continue to offer many other databases on travel,

health, business, general reference, literature, antiques &

collectibles, plus the always popular Ancestry.com (available

in-library only) for genealogy buffs.

All you need is an internet connection and your library card.

Sign up to receive a text message when an item you’ve requested arrives at the library. Just text your name and library card barcode

to 630-448-2475 to register for this service. (Please note that service is subject to staff availability and may be unavailable or

delayed during evening and/or weekend hours.)

Volume 9, Issue 1 7


Books & Movies

Book Discussions

The Game’s Afoot Mystery Group

Monday, September 17th, 7 pm

Claire DeWitt and the City of the Dead

by Sara Gran

Monday, October 15th, 7 pm

Once a Spy

by Keith Thomson

Monday, November 19th, 7 pm

The Deadly Slipper

by Michelle Wan

No December meeting

Kay Carlson Book Group

No September meeting

Drop in on any discussion! You are always welcome—no

need to commit to monthly attendance. Take a look at

these titles and come to any discussion that interests you.

Selected books are available for check-out one month

before each discussion.

Lyric Opera Lecture Series

Once again we are pleased to partner with

the Indian Prairie Library in offering these

informative and entertaining talks provided by

the Lyric Opera Education Corps. To register for lectures at

the Clarendon Hills Library, please call 630-323-8188. To

register for Indian Prairie lectures please call 630-887-8760.

Elektra

Thursday, October 4th,

7:00 pm

Clarendon Hills Library

Simon Boccanegra

Tuesday, October 9th,

7:00 pm

Indian Prairie Library

Werther

Wednesday, November 7th,

7:00 pm

Indian Prairie Library

Hansel and Gretel

Monday, December 3rd,

7:00 pm

Clarendon Hills Library

Don Pasquale

Tuesday, December 4th,

7:00 pm

Indian Prairie Library

Wednesday, October 3rd, 10 am

Death Comes to Pemberley

by P.D. James

Wednesday, November 7th, 10 am

In the Garden of Beasts

by Erik Larson

Wednesday, December 5th, 10 am

Breathing Lessons

by Anne Tyler

Thursday Night Readers

Thursday, September 13th, 7 pm

Cold Sassy Tree

by Olive Ann Burns

Thursday, October 11th, 7 pm

Death Comes for the Archbishop

by Willa Cather

Thursday, November 8th, 7 pm

Behind the Beautiful Forevers*

by Katherine Boo

Thursday, December 13th, 7 pm

The Buddha in the Attic

by Julie Otsuka

*non-fiction title

8 September/October/November 2012


Clarendon Hills Library

Evening Film Series

In this election year, enjoy these

political dramas:

All the King’s Men (1949)

Tuesday, September 18th, 6:30 pm

Broderick Crawford and Mercedes

McCambridge star in this adaptation

of Robert Penn Warren’s Pulitzer

Prize-winning novel said to be based

on the career of Huey Long.

The Best Man (1964)

Tuesday, October 23rd, 6:30 pm

Several ambitious presidential

candidates vie for important

endorsements in this bristling drama

starring Henry Fonda, Cliff Robertson

and Edie Adams.

The Ides of March (2012) rated R

Monday, November 5th, 6:30 pm

This film starring George Clooney

and Ryan Gosling, takes place during

the frantic last days before a heavily

contested Ohio presidential primary,

when an up-and-coming campaign

press secretary finds himself involved

in a political scandal that threatens

to upend his candidate’s shot at the

presidency.

CLARENDON HILLS

MUSIC ACADEMY

An Innovative Approach Focused On

Inspiring, Having Fun & Getting Results

FREE Music Lesson

Call 630-986-8742 or CHMusicAcademy.com

What others are saying about CHMA...

“I never thought I would LOVE music lessons this much” - Suzy J.

“You will not find a better lesson program anywhere” - Andrea B.

This offer is for individuals who have never enrolled or tried a free lesson at CHMA. Time slots may be limited. If we cannot find a mutually

convenient time slot, you will be put on a VIP waiting list and notified when a slot becomes available on a first come first serve basis. Limit one per family.

Monday Movie Matinees

The Major and the Minor (1942)

Monday, September 24th, 1:30 pm

Ray Milland and Ginger Rogers star in this romantic comedy which

marked the American debut of director Billy Wilder.

That Touch of Mink (1962)

Monday, October 29th, 1:30 pm

Doris Day plays the innocent career girl who falls in love with

businessman Cary Grant. He is only interested in a fling, but she

wants to hold out for marriage. A classic Doris Day romantic comedy.

Remember the Night (1940)

Monday, November 26th, 1:30 pm

Before they teamed up for “Double Indemnity,” Barbara Stanwyck and

Fred MacMurray appeared together in this comedy/drama involving

the assistant district attorney falling in love with the shoplifter he is

assigned to prosecute.

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Volume 9, Issue 1 9


Children’s Programs

Story Times and More

Fall Story Times: September 17 – November 10

No registration required for these Story Times!

Baby Time Mondays 11 a.m.

30-minute program for children from birth through 18

months and their caregiver.

LapSit Story Time Wednesdays 10 a.m. OR 11 a.m.

30-minute program for children 3 years of age and younger

with an adult companion.

Preschool Story Time Tuesdays 10 a.m. OR 2 p.m.

30-minute program for children 3 to 6 years old.

*Please note: LapSit and Preschool Story Times will not

meet the week of October 15th because we will have Special

Language Story Times from Language Stars that week. More

information is located in the Special Programs area.

Tiny Tot Art

Mondays 10 a.m. OR Wednesdays 4 p.m.

September 17 – November 7

Registration begins September 4

Come with your tiny tot for songs, a story, and an art project.

For ages 18-30 months with an adult.

Family Story Time

2nd Saturday of the Month 10:30 a.m.

September 8, October 13, November 10

This drop-in story time with craft activity is for children of all

ages and their caregivers. No registration required.

Yesterday’s wolf is today’s modern dog...

• All natural food and treats

• The Bone Bar: featuring over 50 bones/treats

• Training classes

• Dog-Cat products and accessories

29 S. Prospect Ave, Clarendon Hills, IL 60514

630.321.WOOF

www.moderndogboutique.com

Family Lego Night

September 27, October 25, November 29 7-8 p.m.

Calling all Lego fans…let’s see what you can create with our

Legos! Make a Lego creation based on a theme. All creations

will be put on display in the Library. Geared for families with

children 3 years old and up. No registration required!

Read to the Dogs

The First Thursday of Each Month

6:30 – 7:30 p.m.

Improve your reading skills and make a new friend by reading

aloud to a therapy dog. The dogs and handlers are provided

by the Hinsdale Humane Society. Readers in K – 5th Grade

can sign up for a 15-minute time slot beginning the Monday

prior to the meeting date. Mark your calendars:

September 6 Sign up September 4

October 4 Sign up October 1

November 1 Sign up October 29

December 6 Sign up December 3

Special Programs

Wild and Windy Day Celebrations

Tuesday, September 11th

All day long, anyone can drop into the library to decorate your

very own pinwheel!

At 4:00 p.m., kids in Grades K-2nd can come celebrate wacky,

windy adventures with stories and activities. Registration is

required for this program and begins September 4th.

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Clothes • Shoes • Toys • Books • Equipment • Decor • Furniture

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Consignment by Appointment

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Creating great smiles for the entire family

Call for further details

P: 630-737-0791

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Movie Matinee: Hotel for Dogs

Monday, October 8th 12:30 p.m.

Bring your own lunch and watch a movie on your day off!

Children under 5 must be accompanied by an adult. No

registration required.

Daisy’s Girls: Camping with Juliette Gordon Low

Saturday, October 13th 2:00 p.m.

For adults and children. Read more information about this

program on the Adult Programs page of this newsletter.

Language Stars Presents Fun Foreign Language

Story Times

Tuesday, October 16th 11 a.m.

Wednesday, October 17th 11 a.m.

Thursday, October 18th 11 a.m.

Attend a story time in French, Mandarin, or Spanish! Native

speakers from Language Stars® will provide a 30-minute

interactive FunImmersion® program with books, songs

and activities conducted entirely in their native language.

Recommended for ages 1-6 with a caregiver, but all ages are

welcome. No registration required.

Vote for Books!

Tuesday, November 6th 4:00 p.m.

Registration begins October 29th

Kids in Grades K-2nd can come celebrate Election Day with

United States stories, rhymes, and activities.

Clarendon Hills

Goes Back to School!

$199

New Patient Special

$49

Back to School Special

K-8th

“Your Clarendon Hills Realtor”

Lifetime Clarendon Hills Resident

27 Years of experience

MARK REDIEHS

Cell: 630-726-4431 • mrediehs@sbcglobal.net

CLARENDON HILLS

MUSIC ACADEMY

An Innovative Approach Focused On

Inspiring, Having Fun & Getting Results

FREE Music Lesson

Call 630-986-8742 or CHMusicAcademy.com

What others are saying about CHMA...

“I never thought I would LOVE music lessons this much” - Suzy J.

“You will not find a better lesson program anywhere” - Andrea B.

This offer is for individuals who have never enrolled or tried a free lesson at CHMA. Time slots may be limited. If we cannot find a mutually convenient time slot,

you will be put on a VIP waiting list and notified when a slot becomes available on a first come first serve basis. Limit one per family.

Toddler & Preschool Music Time

with Miss Gretchen

Tuesday, November 13th 10:00 a.m.

Registration begins October 29th

Bring your 2-6-year-old to this 45-minute adult/child class

that combines children’s music, nursery rhymes, interactive

materials, movement activities, and multicultural singing.

Miss Gretchen is a mastered prepared musician/instructor and

presents preschool and caregiver/tot classes locally. We hope

that you will join us in this developmentally appropriate musical

presentation!

Family Reading Night: Stuffed Animal Party

with local author Eileen Meyer

Thursday, November 15th 7 p.m.

Registration begins October 29th

Come celebrate Family Reading Night with local author, Eileen

Meyer. Bring your favorite stuffed animal and learn about

animals from Eileen’s new book, Who’s Faster? Animals on the

Move, join in a stuffed animal parade inside the library and then

leave your animal to sleep over at the library!

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Clarendon Hills Public Library

7 North Prospect Avenue

Clarendon Hills, IL 60514

Phone: 630-323-8188

Fax: 630-323-8189

www.clarendonhillslibrary.org

info@clarendonhillslibrary.org

Board of

Trustees

Lisa Cosgrove

Heidi Gleason

Rosemary Grant

Jan MacLeod

Steve Ostrodka

Maureen Scully

Diane Windisch

The Clarendon Hills Library

Board of Trustees meets the

third Tuesday of every month

at 7:00 pm in the meeting room.

You are invited to attend.

Library Hours

Monday, Tuesday

and Thursday:

9:30 am – 9:00 pm

Wednesday & Friday:

9:30 am – 5:00 pm

Saturday:

9:30 am – 4:00 pm

The library will be closed:

Sept 3 - Labor Day

Sept 5 - Staff In-Service Day

Nov 22 & 23 -

Thanksgiving Holiday

Clarendon Hills Public Library

7 North Prospect Avenue

Clarendon Hills, IL 60514

Future Best-Sellers

Look for these titles coming soon to the library by best-selling authors:

Coming in September

Hiss and Hers by M.C. Beaton

Low Pressure by Sandra Brown

A Wanted Man by Lee Child

Mirage by Clive Cussler

The Tombs by Clive Cussler

Winter of the World by Ken Follett

Zoo by James Patterson

Delusion in Death by J. D. Robb

Severe Clear by Stuart Woods

Coming in October

Daughter of Light by V. C. Andrews

Fox Tracks by Rita Mae Brown

The Giving Quilt by Jennifer Chiaverini

The Bone Bed by Patricia Cornwell

The Panther by Nelson DeMille

A Winter Dream by Richard Paul Evans

Last Man by Vince Flynn

Dick Francis’s Bloodline by Felix Francis

The Racketeer by John Grisham

POSTAL PATRON

CLARENDON HILLS, IL 60514

Recent Gifts & Memorials

In memory of . . .

Norman Bergeron, the following non-fiction

books have been added to the library’s collection:

New England Icons: Shaker Villages, Saltboxes,

Stone Walls and Steeples by Bruce Irving;

The Ultimate Guide to Fishing Skills, Tactics,

and Techniques edited by Jay Cassell.

Thank you to . . .

Jon and Lois Kessler for their donation used to

NONPROFIT ORG

US POSTAGE PAID

CLARENDON HILLS, IL

PERMIT NO. 15

Sleep No More by Iris Johansen

Redoubt by Mercedes Lackey

Brink of Chaos by Tom LaHaye

Live by Night by Dennis Lehane

The Uncommon Appeal of Clouds

by Alexander McCall Smith

Angels at the Table by Debbie Macomber

NYPD Red by James Patterson

A Christmas Garland by Anne Perry

Mad River by John Sandford

The Sins of the Mother by Danielle Steel

Coming in November

The Black Box by Michael Connelly

Flight Behavior by Barbara Kingsolver

Crown of Vengeance by Mercedes Lackey

The Prodigal Son by Colleen McCullough

Sweet Tooth by Ian McEwan

Merry Christmas, Alex Cross

by James Patterson

purchase the documentary DVDs Babies, Life in

a Day, Cave of Forgotten Dreams, and The Last

Lions.

The Friends of the Clarendon Hills Public Library

for their gift of a Kindle Fire and monetary

donation to be used for programs, the New York

Times subscription, and copier maintenance on

the Youth Department copier.

The Clarendon Hills Bank for their sponsorship

of this year’s Adult Summer Reading Club.

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