Schuyler Public Library is never without new books for readers of all ages, and with cooler temperatures slowly arriving, it is a great time to pick up a new book and get cozy at your library.

New books in the children’s library include: “Mr. Putter and Tabby Smell the Roses,” “The Black Princess and the Perfect Princess Party,” “How to Outwit Witches,” “How to Get Rid of Ghosts,” “How to Knock Out Nightmares,” “How to Zap Zombies,” “Hilo-The Boy Who Crashed to Earth” and “Dork Diaries 9.” If you enjoy science and eating, we have “Edible Science-Experiments You Can Eat.”

Some of the new books in our young adult section are: “The Strange and Beautiful Sorrows of Ava Lavender,” “The Rest of Us Just Live Here,” “The Wolf Wilder,” “Con Academy,” “Black Widow Forever Red” and “Michael Vey-Storm of Lightning.”

Additions to our adult fiction collection include: “Slade House,” “Deck the Halls,” “The Secret Chord,” “Foreign Affairs,” “The Dead Student,” “City on Fire,” “After You” and “Icarus.”

For our patrons who prefer large print, we have these new books: “The Heart Goes Last,” “Maybe in Another Life,” “Who Do You Love,” “The Last Midwife” and “Long Texan.”

If by chance we don’t have the book you are looking for, let us know. We can put it on a list for future orders, or if you are in a hurry, we can order it through interlibrary loan. We will locate the book in lending libraries and order it for you online. In most cases the book will arrive in just a few days at no cost to the patron.

If you love magazines we have subscribed to several new periodicals. Additions now on our shelves are TV Guide, Rolling Stone, Do It Yourself and Rodale’s Organic Life.

Stop in and see us soon. Even if you aren’t looking for something to read, there is always our free Wi-Fi!

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