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Some new Books this week are: “Behave: the Biology of Humans at Our Best and Worst” by Robert M. Sapolsky, “Killing England: the Brutal Struggle for American Independence” by Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard, “What Happened” by Hillary Rodham Clinton, “The Paradigm: the Ancient Blueprint that Holds the Mystery of Our Times” by Jonathan Cahn, “Haunted” by James Patterson and James O. Born, “To Be Where You Are” by Jan Karon, “The Cuban Affair” by Nelson Demille, “Sleep Like a Baby” by Charlaine Harris, “An Echo of Murder” by Anne Perry, “Sleeping Baeuties” by Stephen King and Owen King, “Before We Were Yours” by Lisa Wingate, “The Fallen” by Ace Atkins, and “Holly and Ivy” by Fern Michaels.
DVDs and Books on CD donations needed. Help us to improve our DVD and Book on CD collections by donating your used DVDs and Books on CD that are in good condition. We do not buy our DVDs or Books on CD but wait for donations to come in, so please help us to give our community what it is asking for and bring in your DVDs and Books on CD for all to use. At your request we will put a name plate in the DVD case or Book on CD case with your name on it showing that the DVD or book on CD was donated by you and that the library honors you for your donation to the public. Thank you for your help and support of the library.
If you are interested in logging into your account on our new OPAC catalog or want more information please contact your librarian at the Carnegie Library, South Fork Branch for assistance in logging into your account or using the new catalog. To use the new catalog links have been placed on our website at for your convenience.
The Carnegie Libraries of Monte Vista and South Fork can now be found on Facebook. Find us at and like us today to get regular updates on new books and what is happening at your local library. You can also leave comments and ask questions so that we may help the public and improve what we can. We hope to see you on Facebook soon.
Available through our website are links to various other website that can teach you technology proficiency. Some of the things these websites can assist you with are: basic computer skills, word processing, internet and web browsers, email, file management, digital camera and images, and much more. Please go to our website at and go to our links page to find the links to these very helpful and fun websites.
Our computer lab is free to the public; the only charge is for printing at 10 cents per page for B&W print, $1.00 for color pictures and 50 cents for black and white pictures. We have 15 public computers available for patron use and the library also has wireless access. Should you need an electrical outlet, we can find you a place to sit by an outlet. Our staff is always here to help you if you need anything, so don’t hesitate to ask. We also have a copier the cost is 10 cents per copy for black and white and $1 for color. Faxes cost $1.50 per page.
We hope that you will visit us often. Our winter hours run from October through May: Monday and Thursday 1 to 6 p.m., Tuesday and Wednesday 1 to 4 p.m.; Friday and Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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