New Fiction May 2018

The following titles have been ordered for your library, and will soon be available in the catalog:   “17th Suspect” by James Patterson. Also available in Large Print edition. A series of shootings exposes San Francisco to a methodical yet unpredictable killer, and a reluctant woman decides to put her trust in Sergeant Lindsay Boxer.…

April is Fair Housing Month

April is Fair Housing Month! The federal Fair Housing Act and Oregon fair housing laws provide protections against housing discrimination. The Grants Pass branch of Josephine Community Libraries, located at 200 NW C Street, is hosting “Anywhere but Here: The History of Housing Discrimination in Oregon” from April 2 through April 8, 2017. This seven-panel exhibit…

Love your library

 Love your library this Valentine’s season by helping us build our collection. Support the library by purchasing books from the Josephine Community Libraries Amazon Wish List from February 14 through 28. All items on the Amazon Wish List were curated by JCLI Collection Development Librarian Michael Grutchfield. For more information, email info@josephinelibrary.org or call 541-476-0571.…

New Adult Fiction for January

“The Antiques” by Kris D’Agostino. On the night of a massive, record-breaking hurricane, George Westfall, an upstate New York antique store owner and father of three, lays dying. As his wife Ana seals up the storefront, their adult son Armie hides from the outside world as he always does, immersed in woodwork and thoughts of…

Adult Nonfiction for August

“American Rhapsody: Writers, Musicians, Movie Stars, and One Great Building” by Claudia Roth. Pierpont “The Book: A Cover-To-Cover Exploration of the Most Powerful Object of Our Time” by Keith Houston. Everybody who has ever read a book will benefit from the way Keith Houston explores the most powerful object of our time. And everybody who…