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       New Adult Fiction

              Books added in the last 14 days

              (Last Updated on 10/9/20)

The red horse Benn, James R.
The reflecting pool Eskin, Otho E.,
The lying life of adults Ferrante, Elena
Payback Gordon, Mary,
A beautifully foolish endeavor Green, Hank,
Sanctuary James, V.V.,
Next to last stand Johnson, Craig,
When these mountains burn Joy, David,
Something worth doing Kirkpatrick, Jane,
The quiet girl Kosa, S.F.,
Fifty words for rain Lemmie, Asha,
The brilliant life of Eudora Honeysett Lyons, Annie
To tell you the truth Macmillan, Gilly,
Nightshade McAfee, Annalena,
Hieroglyphics McCorkle, Jill,
The awkward black man Mosley, Walter,
21 immortals Rozlan Mohd. Noor,
The Thursday murder club Osman, Richard,
The book of two ways Picoult, Jodi,
The way out Piglia, Ricardo,
The forgotten kingdom Pike, Signe
Impersonation Pitlor, Heidi
The heatwave Riordan, Kate,
A room called earth Ryan, Madeleine
The sleeping nymph Tuti, Ilaria,
The secret French recipes of Sophie Valroux Verant, Samantha,
The big door prize Walsh, M. O.

 

 

Updated on August 27, 2020 at 11:00 am



Hello!

We are happy to announce that the Stowe Free Library will be opening the building to Walk-in Library Service on Tuesday, September 1st. As a precautionary measure, the Walk-in hours, the number of individuals onsite, and the accessible area of the library will be limited. We will continue to provide remote Library service and Curbside Service. Contact the library at 253-6145 or [email protected] with any questions.

Library Service:

  • Library Service will be available by phone or email Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

  • All library materials should be returned in the book drop box on the front porch.

Walk-in Service:

  • Walk-in Service will be available Monday through Friday, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

  • Onsite visitors will be limited to 5 at a time.

  • Each visitor is limited to a 20-minute session.

  • Due to state mandates, face masks are required.

  • Sanitizing hands upon entry is mandatory.

  • Social distancing within the library is strongly encouraged.

  • Access to library materials will be limited to new releases. Requests for other material may be made.

  • Library staff will provide printing and scanning services.

  • There are no onsite programs scheduled at this time.

Curbside Service:

  • Curbside Service will be available Monday through Friday with scheduled front porch pickups at 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.

  • Items can be requested by filling out a request form available on the library website or by calling or emailing a librarian.

  • Requested items, if available, will be checked out to the patron’s account and packaged. A pickup time will be arranged.

We look forward to providing an increase in services and to reconnecting with our valued patrons and community members.

Yours truly,

 

Cindy Weber, SFL Director

 


Friends of the Stowe Free Library Updates

 

36th Annual Book Sale Canceled

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak we have sadly come to the decision to cancel the 2020 36th annual Book Sale in July.  At this time no book donations are being accepted for the inside book sale or the 2021 books sale.  Thank you for all of your support!

Call or email the library with questions, 802-253-4808 / [email protected]

 As always we thank you for your support!

2021 Spring Speaker Series 

In Our Own Backyard

Please stay tuned!  We have tentatively planned an exciting set of speakers for fall 2020!

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