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Library Log - November 2015

1. It's time to put the beach books away. As Halloween time approaches with its evenings of misty fog and the silhouettes of bare tree branches against the night's horizon, pick up a mystery at the Rachel Breuhl Memorial Library. Did you realize we separated mysteries from other fiction so you could find them more easily? It's important to "fall" into good reading habits.

2. Have you done any fall housekeeping yet? We are doing ours. Many outdated books have been removed from the shelves to make room for new books. Keep your eyes on the New Book Shelf. Share with a friend which new books you have read and enjoyed. Always feel free to give us your suggestions.

3. Books are made up of words. Here are two interesting word facts from The Amazing Book of Useless Information by Noel Botham and the Useless Information Society.

There is a word in the English language with only one vowel repeated 6 times: indivisibility .

The shortest complete sentence in the English language is "Go."

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Library Log - October 2015

1.  It's time to put the beach books away.  As Halloween time approaches with its evenings of misty fog and the silhouettes of bare tree branches against the night's horizon, pick up a mystery at the Rachel Breuhl Memorial Library.  Did you realize we separated mysteries from other fiction so you could find them more easily?  It's important to "fall" into good reading habits.
 
2.  Have you done any fall housekeeping yet?  We are doing ours.  Many outdated books have been removed from the shelves to make room for new books.  Keep your eyes on the New Book Shelf.  Share with a friend which new books you have read and enjoyed.  Always feel free to give us your suggestions.
 
3.  Books are made up of words.  Here are two interesting word facts from The Amazing Book of Useless Information by Noel Botham and the Useless Information Society.
 
. . . There is a word in the English language with only one vowel repeated 6 times:  indivisibility
. . . The shortest complete sentence in the English language is "Go."
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