This week at the library

Print from home or your mobile device

MobilePrint-badge_2xThe library is offering a new service called Mobile Print. If you need to print something from your home computer, but you don’t have a printer or you’re out of ink, now you can send your print job to the library and come pick it up later. Print from your home computer or laptop by visiting

You can also print from your smartphone or tablet using the PrinterOn app. Search for PrinterOn in your app store to get started.

A third option is to email what you want to print directly to one of our printers; for black and white, for color, etc.

The library will hold your print job for 48 hours before it automatically times out and disappears from the print management computer.

Prices for mobile printing are the same as they are for printing from inside the library. For more information, visit our website at

Barbecue Cookout Recipe Swap

cookoutEvery month we get together to swap and sample some of our favorite recipes. This month the theme of our recipe swap will be barbecue. We will meet in the Learning Center beside the library on Tuesday, May 24th at 6:30 p.m. and will be grilling outside. Please join us. Bring your favorite side dish or dessert and a copy of the recipe. Everyone is welcome!

Clock_underconstructionLibrary Hours Survey

At the last meeting of the library board, the board made the decision to investigate expanding library hours for Saturday and to consider the idea of opening on Sundays. We are asking our patrons to help by taking a quick three question survey,, to let us know your opinion about expanding library hours on the weekends.

 Top 10 Crime Novels of the Year

Every May Booklist magazine issues their Mystery Showcase, where they list the year’s best crime novels. We’ve put together a book display featuring some of these books and other new mystery and suspense novels.

King MaybeKing Maybe
by Timothy Hallinan

From the Book Description
Junior Bender finds himself caught in a Hollywood revenge plot epic enough for the silver screen.

Los Angeles’s most talented burglar, Junior Bender, is in the middle of stealing one of the world’s rarest stamps from a professional killer when his luck suddenly turns sour. It takes an unexpected assist to get him out alive, but his escape sets off a chain reaction of blackmail, strong-arming, and escalating crime. By the time Junior is forced to commit his third burglary of the week—in the impregnable fortress that’s home to the ruthless studio mogul called King Maybe—he’s beginning to wish he’d just let the killer take a crack at him.


Jane SteeleJane Steele
by Lyndsay Faye

From the Book Description
A reimagining of Jane Eyre as a gutsy, heroic serial killer, from the author whose work The New York Times described as “riveting” and The Wall Street Journal called “thrilling.”

“Reader, I murdered him.” So begins Lyndsay Faye’s Jane Steele.

A sensitive orphan, Jane Steele suffers first at the hands of her spiteful aunt and predatory cousin, then at a grim school where she fights for her very life until escaping to London, leaving the corpses of her tormentors behind her. After years of hiding from the law while penning macabre “last confessions” of the recently hanged, Jane thrills at discovering an advertisement.  Her aunt has died and her childhood home has a new master: Mr. Charles Thornfield, who seeks a governess.

Burning to know whether she is in fact the rightful heir, Jane takes the position incognito, and learns that Highgate House is full of marvelously strange new residents…