The Bandera County Library is in full Christmas swing with plenty of new titles to choose.
The “How Not to Diet Cookbook” takes a new approach to dieting advice with suggestions on helpful podcasts, videos and blogs and shares the science behind long-term weight loss.
Author Michael Greger, M.D., FACLM, hit the bestseller list with “How Not to Die.” His website, nutritionfacts.org, went viral with the purpose of educating the public on what healthy eating looks like and connecting them with their community through mindful dieting.
The book is on its way to be revolutionary in the cookbook industry with new, innovative tips on losing weight and is designed to be incredibly effective and versatile, made for everyone who is looking to make significant dietary changes and improve their quality of life.
One of the world’s best-selling authors, James Patterson, does it again with his new hit “NYPD Red 6,” bringing a high-society celebrity wedding as the focal point of a murder.
As the most lavish wedding of the season is underway, a New York City kidnapper sees it as an invitation. When reality star Erin Easton disappears from the reception, tensions rise. Surprisingly, her dressing room is empty except for a blood-spattered wedding dress. Now, detectives must race to search for the missing bride and hope the wedding guests do not become targets of the perpetrator or targets of the investigation.
In her third installment of her “Found Things” series, New York Times best-selling author Paula Brackston’s third installment, “The Garden of Promises and Lies” guarantees to deliver.
With tales of dangerous time-traveling, Brackston takes the reader on a wild journey through time that would make any “Outlander” fan rejoice. The historical detail, village charm and plot twists will surely delight fans of this series.
The search for Library board members continues. If you are looking for a way to be involved with your community or know someone who is, please fill out an application to be considered to become a Library board member by visiting www.banderacountylibrary. org/board-of-the-directors.
For the month of December, the Library has set up an Adopt-A-Book tree to allow patrons to adopt books for the library. These can be children’s book to adult fiction novels. Use the season of giving to add to your local library’s book collection.
A quick reminder from your Library: We will be closed for the Christmas holiday from December 24-27 and will resume regular library hours on the 28th from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. We have also reopened our Saturday hours from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Happy holidays from the Bandera County Library!
Stefania Trimboli-Wright is the Research Librarian for Bandera County Library.