Aberdeen Public Library


Aberdeen Public Library
Aberdeen Public Library is listed in the Libraries category in Aberdeen, Ohio. Displayed below is the only current social network for Aberdeen Public Library which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Aberdeen Public Library on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 71.

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1730 Us Highway 52
Aberdeen, OH 45101
(937) 795-2534
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LIBRARY TALK From the desk of Alison Gibson, Director I order books and movies for the library all the time, often having a ‘cart’ open with many of my vendors so if someone asks for something that I think will do well, or a patron says ‘hey, I just heard an interview with author X, are you getting that book’, or I get a new catalog with authors or movies I know are a sure thing, it is easy to add the title to the order. Such was this past weekend with the latest March catalog from our biggest book vendor. Lots of authors that have a strong following throughout the library world are having new books out in March and April, and we hope you let us know you want to be put on the reserve list. Here is a short, incomplete list of the order…. Danielle Steel-Dangerous Games, Mary Higgins Clark—All By Myself, Alone, Stuart Woods’ Fast & Loose (A Stone Barrington novel), Clive Cussler-The Cutthroat (Isaac Bell), Jeffery Deaver-The Burial Hour, David Baldacci-The Fix, Debbie Macomber-If Not for You, and Randy Wayne White-Mangrove Lightning (Doc Ford Novel). Take a breath, and here is the next list—C.J. Box—Vicious Circle, Sara Paretsky-Fallout, J.A. Jance-Man Overboard and Chaterine Coulter-The Devil’s Triangle. Of course, James Patterson has several, including Humans, Bow Down, and Two From The Heart. Late April has John Sandford with Golden Prey. Less prolific authors with a following with books coming out this spring include Ann Ross-Miss Julia Weathers the Storm, Jacqueline Winspear returns with another Maisie Dobbs book In this Grave Hour, Lisa See’, newest novel is The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane, Margaret George’s well reviewed book The Confessions of Young Nero looks interesting, and Rhys Bowen gives readers a chance to look In Farleigh Field. Yes, there are a few new Amish themed books, including Beverly Lewis’ The Ebb Tide and Shelley Shepard Gray’s Her Secret. As we flesh out our April 1st flood program, we hope that our patrons will bring in pictures to scan, and written stories of any of the floods they or their families have lived through. We are concentrating on 1937 and 1997, but the records show there were lots of memorable floods in between. The material we gather will not only be displayed during our program, but then kept in our collection. Questions? Please stop by or give us a call at 937-392-4871.