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Library link March/April 2017

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Bring the Internet Home

Did You Know? Adult Programs Teen/Tween Programs Storytimes Family Programs Youth Programs Upcoming Titles

Access to the Internet is a necessity, and we want to make it easier for you to get connected. In addition to offering free Wi-Fi during all of our open hours, you can now check out a Wi-Fi Hotspot and take it home with you. This portable Hotspot can connect to any Wi-Fi enabled device, including smartphones, laptops, tablets, and more.

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Library Closings Sunday, April 16 Closed

Wi-Fi Hotspots may be checked out for two weeks with one renewal allowed if there are no holds. If all are checked out, you may place yourself on hold for the next available Hotspot. If you have any questions, please call the Circulation Desk at (708) 598-8446 ext. 110.

Connect Online • greenhillslibrary.org • twitter.com/greenhillslib • facebook.com/greenhillslib • greenhillslibraryteens.tumblr.com

Registration Programs marked with an asterisk (*) require registration. Unless otherwise noted, registration will begin online and in-person for GHPLD cardholders on Friday, February 17 at 9am. Registration by phone will not be accepted. A GHPLD Library card and PIN (last 4 digits of phone number) are required at the time of registration. Non-residents may register for programs online or in-person one week after registration opens to GHPLD cardholders. Individuals with a disability, who require an accommodation for any of our programs, please contact the Library at least 5 days prior to the event. Register online at greenhillslibrary.org or visit the Information Desk or Youth Services Desk.

Friends Book Drive: March 23–April 2 The Friends of the Green Hills Library want your donations of gently used books, audiobooks, CDs, and DVDs. We are looking for newer and popular titles in good condition for our Friends Annual Book Sale. Please leave your donations with Friends of the Library volunteers in the Library Lobby on the following days and times:

Monday–Friday: 12–4pm Saturday: 11am–4pm Sunday: 1–3pm

LEARN MORE: greenhillslibrary.org


from the did you know? director National Library Week: April 9–15 Celebrate National Library Week with us by visiting GHPLD to find out what’s new. We continually add to our collection, services, and program offerings so that we can meet the demand of our local community. Did you know that we have Rokus available to check out? Or a media:scape in which you can connect your laptop or mobile device to a projection screen that enhances presentations and collaboration sessions? Have you tried our online learning resource Lynda.com to build on your creative, technical, or business skills? What about our many eContent resources that allow you to access eBooks, eAudiobooks, music, and videos all in the convenience of your own home? Dear Library Community, Thanks to everyone who donated hats, scarves, and gloves to our Giving Tree. The items were taken to the Hickory Hills City Clerk, Dee Catizone. Dee took them to St. Patricia’s Church where the Coordinator of Religious Education is working with students on a service project about serving the less fortunate by organizing drives. Our donations will go to BEDS Plus at the Sacred Heart Church. Students are also working on donations to the Palos Hills Food Pantry and Catholic Charities.

Our physical Library continues to grow, and so does our 24/7 Library. When you visit the Library, ask a staff member about the many services we have to offer. We’re happy to help!

Crochet for Charity We have donated a total of 88 baby blankets and 583 pet beds. This is an ongoing program, so bring in your donations anytime. We will accept items that are already completed or you can check out a bag with all the materials provided. We are always accepting yarn donations as long as the yarn is machine washable. All donations can be given to the Circulation or Information Desk on the 2nd floor of the Library.

Our Friends of the Library are having a Book Drive in March. If you are doing some spring cleaning, they would be delighted to receive your gently used books, audiobooks, DVDs, and CDs. April is a very special month for libraries as this is when we celebrate National Library Week from April 9–16. This year, we have a lot to celebrate. Most importantly, we would like to thank all of our patrons for your continued support as we continue to strive to make your Library the best it can be. We are very proud of the many programs we are able to offer, together with our continually growing collection of popular materials, not only in print but also our online resources. We are always looking at how we can bring new technology to our patrons and we have recently added Roku Players and Wi-Fi Hotspots to our collection. Our younger patrons are also able to take advantage of different types of emerging technology with our Tech Club. We will also be celebrating April in Paris with Claudia Hommel, as she makes her highly anticipated return to the Library after delightful performances in the past. Happy spring!

Genealogy Resources Are you interested in your family history? Would you like to find out information about your ancestors? The Library offers free access to Ancestry.com Library Edition and HeritageQuest Online. These resources are available on the Library’s computers. For more information, visit the Library or call the Information Desk at (708) 598-8446 ext. 120.

What’s Our Staff Reading? 81 Days Below Zero by Brian Murphy It’s 1942. Lieutenant Leon Crane is flying over Alaska when suddenly his plane goes down. He’s the sole survivor from the plane crash. Imagine trying to survive with no food, shelter, and below zero temperatures. This is an epic true story that will keep you captivated and you will be moved emotionally throughout his adventure of survival. -Deanna, Youth Services 2

Library Link | March–April 2017


adult programs Restorative Yoga*

Wednesday, March 1 • 2pm Learn to relax, rest, and relieve the effects of chronic stress. No yoga experience necessary, but you must be able to get down on the floor and rest. Dress comfortably and bring a yoga mat and a blanket. Registration is limited to 30. This class is for adults only.

Chicagoland Cemetery Safari Tuesday, March 7 • 7pm

Take a cemetery tour with Jim and Paula at the Library! You’ll be introduced to old cemeteries, unique headstones, historical events, and unusual gravesites around Chicago! This event is for adults only.

Lunch and Learning: The Wicked, Wild, and Wonderful Women of the Windy City* Friday, March 10 • 11:30am

Learn over lunch! The Library will provide lunch. We’ll learn about the wicked, wild, and wonderful women of the Windy City as told by Clarence Goodman. Registration is limited to 45. This event is for adults only.

Bingo Night*

Monday, March 13 • 6:30pm Bring your family, friends, and neighbors for a night of action-packed bingo excitement! Winners will receive gift cards and other prizes! Refreshments will be served. Registration is limited to 60. This event is for adults only.

Crochet 101

Wednesday, March 1 • 10am Wednesday, March 15 • 10am OR 3pm Wednesday, April 5 • 10am Wednesday, April 19 • 10am OR 3pm We will be hosting Crochet 101, a class where you can learn the basics. Supplies will be provided by the Library, but feel free to bring your own. For more information, please contact Amanda Rubino at (708) 598-8446 ext. 122.

Butterflies: A Painting Workshop* Tuesday, March 21 • 2pm Beginners welcome! Celebrate the season and express your creativity with this fun watercolor painting workshop under the guidance of Christine Thornton. All supplies are included. Registration is limited to 30. This workshop is for adults only.

April in Paris with Claudia Hommel

Adult•ish: Events for 20–30 Somethings Craft Bar: Crystal & Gemstone Jewelry

Thursday, March 16 • 7pm

Join us to craft over drinks and appetizers. We will be making crystal necklaces and bracelets. All supplies will be provided. This event is for 20–30 somethings. Location: The Irish Legend 8933 Archer Ave., Willow Springs, IL 60480

Books + Beers

Thursday, April 13 • 7pm

Come discuss new and notable books over drinks. Copies of the books will be available at the Circulation Desk one month prior to each meeting, or you may acquire the book yourself. This event is for 20–30 somethings. Party of One

Thursday, April 6 • 7pm

Claudia Hommel brings her cabaret magic to the Library. With her accordion accompanist, she’ll transport you to Paris with a song and escort you to the real place with her cabaret. Her repertoire includes French and American songs celebrating Paris. Claudia will make you want to dance along. This event is sponsored by the Friends of the Library. Space is limited to the first 90 attendees. This event is for adults only.

by Dave Holmes Location: Imperial Oak Brewing 501 Willow Blvd., Willow Springs, IL 60480

Bouquet Workshop* Thursday, March 30 • 7pm Come make mini bouquets with Flowers for Dreams! You will be walked through the process of arranging an adorable mini bouquet! Registration is limited to 45. This event is for adults only.

Programs marked with an asterisk (*) require registration. Unless otherwise noted, registration will begin online and in-person for GHPLD cardholders on Friday, February 17 at 9am. Registration by phone will not be accepted. A GHPLD Library card and PIN (last four digits of phone number) are required at the time of registration. Non-residents may register for programs online or in-person one week after registration opens to GHPLD cardholders. Individuals with a disability, who require an accommodation for any of our programs, please contact the Library at least five days prior to the event. Register online at greenhillslibrary.org or visit the Information Desk.

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Library Link | March–April 2017


adult Programs Trash or Treasure with Rex Newell*

Unshelved

Tuesday, April 11 • 6:30pm

Professional appraiser Rex Newell of Rex’s Antiques will discuss current trends in the antique markets and offer a suggested value of your antiques. The first 40 registrants to sign up will have one handheld item appraised. Tickets for appraisal will be available starting Monday, February 20 at 9am at the Information Desk. Please no firearms, Native American, or Oriental items. Registration is required for spectators. This event is for adults only.

Book discussions will take place on the last Wednesday of the month at 7pm at different locations around the community. Copies of the books will be available at the Circulation Desk one month prior to each meeting for GHPLD cardholders. Adults of all ages are welcome to participate!

March 29 • 7pm Lucky Boy by Shanthi Sekaran Location: Xando Cafe 8729 W. 95th St., Hickory Hills

Saturday, April 29 • 11am–3pm

It’s time to get rid of your spring clutter! Bring your paper goods to the South Parking Lot on Interlochen Drive and have them shredded confidentially and securely by Beaver Shredding. You are welcome to wait but it is not required. This event is sponsored by the Friends of the Library.

Money Smart Week: How Money Works

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American Heiress by Jeffrey Toobin Location: The Irish Legend 8933 Archer Ave., Willow Springs

Friday, April 21 • 10am

Join us for a financial workshop to learn about ways to reduce debt, retirement savings strategies, the power of compounding interest, and more! This event is for adults only.

Crochet 101...............................................................10am Restorative Yoga*.......................................................2pm Chicagoland Cemetery Safari..................................7pm Lunch and Learning*.........................................11:30am Bingo Night*..........................................................6:30pm Crochet 101..............................................10am OR 3pm Craft Bar: Crystal & Gemstone Jewelry.................7pm Butterflies: A Painting Workshop*.........................2pm LinkedIn 101*.......................................................6:30pm Unshelved....................................................................7pm Bouquet Workshop*..................................................7pm

Crochet 101..............................................................10am Online Privacy*....................................................6:30pm April in Paris with Claudia Hommel.......................7pm Trash or Treasure with Rex Newell*.................6:30pm Books + Beers..............................................................7pm Brunch Ideas with Chef Maddox*.....................6:30pm Crochet 101...............................................10am OR 3pm Morning Movie: The Girl on the Train...................10am Money Smart Week: How Money Works.........6:30pm Unshelved....................................................................7pm Shred Day........................................................11am–3pm

Brunch Ideas with Chef Maddox*

Morning Movie: The Girl on the Train

Monday, April 24 • 6:30pm

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April 26 • 7pm

Shred Day

Adult Calendar of Events march

Monday, April 17 • 6:30pm

Join us for a morning movie! We will be showing the film The Girl on the Train. One lucky person will win a copy of the movie! Popcorn and drinks will be served. This event is for adults only.

Learn some great recipes and techniques for preparing a wonderful brunch! Samples will be provided. Registration is limited to 50. This event is for adults only.

Technology Classes LinkedIn 101* Wednesday, March 22 • 6:30pm

Learn how to use the social networking site LinkedIn in this lecture-based class. This is a great tool that you can use to connect with other professionals, find jobs, and keep on top of business news. Registration is limited to 30. This class is for adults only.

Online Privacy*

Wednesday, April 5 • 6:30pm

Are you worried about the information that is being collected by Internet companies and advertisers as you browse online? Find out all you need to know to keep yourself safe and private information hidden. Registration is limited to 30. This class is for adults only.

Programs marked with an asterisk (*) require registration. Unless otherwise noted, registration will begin online and in-person for GHPLD cardholders on Friday, February 17 at 9am. Registration by phone will not be accepted. A GHPLD Library card and PIN (last four digits of phone number) are required at the time of registration. Non-residents may register for programs online or in-person one week after registration opens to GHPLD cardholders. Individuals with a disability, who require an accommodation for any of our programs, please contact the Library at least five days prior to the event. Register online at greenhillslibrary.org or visit the Information Desk.

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Library Link | March–April 2017


teen/tween programs Drop-In Pom Pom Bookmarks

Thursday, March 9 Drop in between 3:30–5:00pm

Drop in and make pom pom bookmarks that will save your page but also look adorable! Limit of two bookmarks per person. Ages 10–17.

Natgirl Reads: Book Club* Come join Miss Natalie for a fun book discussion followed by a craft! Snacks will be provided.   Copies of the book will be available at the Youth Services Desk.  Registration is limited to 20.  Ages 10–17.

Wednesday, March 29 6:00–7:30pm

Cookie Decorating*

The Lunch Witch by Deb Lucke

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Drop-In Pom Pom Bookmarks................3:30–5:00pm Cookie Decorating*..................................................6pm Breakout: Escape From the Library*...Various Times Natgirl Reads: Book Club*......................................6pm

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Drop-In Magnet Workshop.....................3:30–5:00pm Pizza & Movie Night..................................................6pm DIY Gemstone Terrariums*......................................6pm Natgirl Reads: Book Club*........................................6pm

Drop-In Magnet Workshop

Tuesday, March 14 • 6pm

Come to the Library to decorate beautiful spring cookies! Everyone will leave with a few goodies of their own, recipe cards, baking and decorating tips, and a new set of skills to impress family and friends. Registration is limited to 20. Ages 10–17.

Thursday, April 6 Drop in between 3:30–5:00pm

Craft: Potion Bottle Keychain

Come to the Library and make your own cool 1.5 inch magnets to decorate your lockers! We will have comic books, magazines, and other cool pictures for you to use for the magnets. Feel free to bring your own pictures as well. Limit of three magnets per person. Ages 10–17.

Pizza & Movie Night Wednesday, April 26 6:00–7:30pm

Breakout: Escape From The Library*

Mighty Jack by Ben Hatke

Monday, March 20 Session 1: 5:00–5:40pm Session 2: 6:00–6:40pm Session 3: 7:00–7:40pm

Join us for an adventurous team escape challenge! Work with your group to find hidden clues, solve puzzles, and use your brains to break out before the time runs out. Teams who successfully complete the challenge will win prizes. Registration is limited to 10 per session. Please only register for one session. Ages 10–17.

Thursday, April 13 • 6pm

Snack on pizza and pop while we watch Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children (PG-13). No registration. Space limited to the first 30 attendees. Ages 10–17.

DIY Gemstone Terrariums* Tuesday, April 18 • 6pm

Craft: Bean Plant

Come to the Library and make a cool gemstone terrarium! We will be planting succulent terrariums and decorating them with beautiful gems and crystals. Registration is limited to 30. Ages 10–17.

Programs marked with an asterisk (*) require registration. Unless otherwise noted, registration will begin online and in-person for GHPLD cardholders on Friday, February 17 at 9am. Registration by phone will not be accepted. A GHPLD Library card and PIN (last 4 digits of phone number) are required at the time of registration. Non-residents may register for programs online or in-person one week after registration opens to GHPLD cardholders. Individuals with a disability, who require an accommodation for any of our programs, please contact the Library at least 5 days prior to the event. Register online at greenhillslibrary.org or visit the Youth Services Desk.

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Library Link | March–April 2017


storytimes Pajama Storytime*

Baby Bookworms*

Ages 3–5 Feel free to come in your PJs and have some fun with stories, songs, and more! Registration is limited to 18.

Ages 0–23 months With a focus on music and movement, this storytime is perfect for our youngest pre-readers! Caregiver must attend with the child. Older siblings welcome. Registration is limited to 12.

Tuesdays at 6:30pm March 7, 14, 21, 28

Thursdays at 10am March 9, 16, 23, 30 April 6

Little Listeners*

Tales for Two’s*

Ages 3–5 Come to the Library and have some fun with stories, songs, and more! Registration is limited to 18.

Ages 24–35 months Stories, songs, and more! Caregiver must attend with the child. Registration is limited to 15.

Wednesdays at 10am March 8, 15, 22, 29 April 5

Tuesdays at 10am & 11am March 7, 14, 21, 28 April 4

family programs Family Bingo*

Thursday, March 16 • 6pm

Looking for some fun for the whole family? Come play bingo for prizes! Everyone is a winner! Registration is limited to 60. Children of all ages welcome. Caregivers must register as well.

Close Encounters of the Chemical Kind Monday, March 6 • 6pm

The Science Alliance is coming back to the Library for this awesome program all about chemistry! Kids will have a blast while learning the basics of solids, liquids, gasses, and chemical reactions. Children of all ages and caregivers welcome.

Cosley Zoo-Reptiles! Monday, April 3 • 6pm

Scaly, slithery, and scary are all words you hear to describe reptiles. Determine what is fact and what is fiction when some of Cosley Zoo’s reptiles visit the Library! Children of all ages and caregivers welcome.

Family Movie Time

Family Jeopardy*

Books with Ballerinas*

Enjoy a free movie, popcorn, and juice with the family! All ages are welcome.

Compete alongside your friends in a fun, yet challenging game of Jeopardy. Prizes will be awarded to everyone who participates. Children 6 and up. Registration is limited to 30.

Ballerinas from Ballet 5:8 will be coming to the Library for a balletthemed storytime followed by a mini ballet workshop! Wear loose fitting clothing and socks to provide freedom of movement! Registration limited to 30. Ages 3–9.

Fridays at 4:30pm

Moana • March 24 Trolls • April 14

Thursday, April 27 • 6pm

Friday, April 7 • 11am

Programs marked with an asterisk (*) require registration. Unless otherwise noted, registration will begin online and in-person for GHPLD cardholders on Friday, February 17 at 9am. Registration by phone will not be accepted. A GHPLD Library card and PIN (last 4 digits of phone number) are required at the time of registration. Non-residents may register for programs online or in-person one week after registration opens to GHPLD cardholders. Individuals with a disability, who require an accommodation for any of our programs, please contact the Library at least 5 days prior to the event. Register online at greenhillslibrary.org or visit the Youth Services Desk.

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Library Link | March–April 2017


youth programs BYOD: Bring Your Own Dice

Wednesday, March 1 • 3–5pm Wednesday, April 5 • 3–5pm

Come to the Library to challenge others to some awesome tabletop gaming. Bring in your favorite game or try some new ones like Sushi Go or Munchkin! Children ages 8 and up. Dice not required.

Tech Club*

Tuesday, March 28 • 6pm Tuesday, April 25 • 6pm

Come to the Library to explore and tinker with technology and robotics! We will experiment with Makey Makeys, Squishy Circuits, the Mbot robot, and much more! Registration is limited to 25. Grades 3–8.

Painting Craft* Come to the Library to paint your own ceramic teapot flower planters. Please dress accordingly as this program could get messy. Children ages 5 and up. Registration is limited to 34 per session. Due to high demand, we are offering two sessions of this program and patrons are limited to registering for only one session.

Crafternoons

Drop in between 4–5pm

Get crafty with us! Swing by the Activity Room for an afternoon craft. Children of all ages welcome.

Monday, March 13 Animal Finger Puppets

Lego Club

Monday, April 17 Name Collage

Tuesday, March 7 • 4pm Tuesday, April 4 • 4pm We supply the Legos, you supply the imagination and building skills! Grades K–5.

Eco Club*

Wednesday, March 8 • 6pm Wednesday, April 12 • 6pm

Join Miss Emily as you watch a video, play a game, and make a craft all about a nature topic that you voted on. Registration is limited to 25. Children ages 6 and up.

youth Calendar of Events MArch

Thursday, April 20 5:30pm OR 7pm

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BYOD: Bring Your Own Dice.....................................3pm Close Encounters of the Chemical Kind................6pm Tales for Two’s*.........................................10am & 11am Lego Club.....................................................................4pm Pajama Storytime*...............................................6:30pm Little Listeners*........................................................10am Eco Club*......................................................................6pm Baby Bookworms*....................................................10am Crafternoons................................................................4pm Tales for Two’s*.........................................10am & 11am Pajama Storytime*................................................6:30pm Little Listeners*.........................................................10am Science Lab*.................................................................6pm Baby Bookworms*....................................................10am Family Bingo*...............................................................6pm Tales for Two’s*.........................................10am & 11am Pajama Storytime*................................................6:30pm Little Listeners*.........................................................10am Baby Bookworms*....................................................10am Family Movie Time: Moana..................................4:30pm Tales for Two’s*.........................................10am & 11am Tech Club*....................................................................6pm Pajama Storytime*................................................6:30pm Little Listeners*........................................................10am Baby Bookworms*....................................................10am

April Science Lab*

Wednesday, March 15 • 6pm Wednesday, April 19 • 6pm

Go full STEAM ahead with Miss Emily while she leads the group in science experiments at the Library. Registration is limited to 25. Children of all ages welcome, but under 6 must be assisted by a caregiver.

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Cosley Zoo-Reptiles!..................................................6pm Tales for Two’s*.........................................10am & 11am Lego Club......................................................................4pm Little Listeners*.........................................................10am BYOD: Bring Your Own Dice......................................3pm Baby Bookworms*.....................................................10am Books with Ballerinas*.............................................11am Eco Club*.......................................................................6pm Family Movie Time: Trolls....................................4:30pm Crafternoons................................................................4pm Science Lab*.................................................................6pm Painting Craft*.......................................5:30pm OR 7pm Tech Club*.....................................................................6pm Family Jeopardy*.........................................................6pm

Programs marked with an asterisk (*) require registration. Unless otherwise noted, registration will begin online and in-person for GHPLD cardholders on Friday, February 17 at 9am. Registration by phone will not be accepted. A GHPLD Library card and PIN (last 4 digits of phone number) are required at the time of registration. Non-residents may register for programs online or in-person one week after registration opens to GHPLD cardholders. Individuals with a disability, who require an accommodation for any of our programs, please contact the Library at least 5 days prior to the event. Register online at greenhillslibrary.org or visit the Youth Services Desk.

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Library Link | March–April 2017


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Library Hours Monday–Friday: Saturday: Sunday:

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Friends of the Library Become a Friend of the Library! Membership applications are available at the Circulation Desk.

Library Board of Trustees Rick Kelleher, President Stephen Culen, Vice President Tom Hanes, Treasurer Noula Angelos, Secretary Patricia Parise Steve Stratakos Anita Wojcik Jane Jenkins, Library Director

Newsletter Published by: Green Hills Public Library District 10331 S. Interlochen Drive Palos Hills, IL 60465 (708) 598-8446 greenhillslibrary.org

Photo Policy The Green Hills Public Library District may photograph Library visitors. Such photos are for Library use and may be published in Library publicity materials. Notify staff if you do not wish to be photographed. 8

Library Link | March–April 2017

March Vicious Circle by C.J. Box The Devil’s Triangle by Catherine Coulter The Cutthroat by Clive Cussler Mississippi Blood by Greg Iles Man Overboard by J.A. Jance The Black Book by James Patterson Murder on the Serpentine by Anne Perry The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane by Lisa See Dangerous Games by Danielle Steel Spymaster by Margaret Weis

April The Last Chance Olive Ranch by Susan Wittig Albert The Fix by David Baldacci Any Day Now by Robyn Carr All by Myself, Alone by Mary Higgins Clark The Burial Hour by Jeffery Deaver No Easy Target by Iris Johansen Fallout by Sara Paretsky Golden Prey by John Sandford One Perfect Lie by Lisa Scottoline Fast and Loose by Stuart Woods


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Bridgeview, Il Permit No. 196

10331 S. Interlochen Dr. Palos Hills, IL 60465

ECRWSS Residential Customer Hickory Hills, IL 60457

upcoming titles

Library Hours Monday–Friday: Saturday: Sunday:

9am–9pm 10am–5pm 12pm–4pm

Friends of the Library Become a Friend of the Library! Membership applications are available at the Circulation Desk.

Library Board of Trustees Rick Kelleher, President Stephen Culen, Vice President Tom Hanes, Treasurer Noula Angelos, Secretary Patricia Parise Steve Stratakos Anita Wojcik Jane Jenkins, Library Director

Newsletter Published by: Green Hills Public Library District 10331 S. Interlochen Drive Palos Hills, IL 60465 (708) 598-8446 greenhillslibrary.org

Photo Policy The Green Hills Public Library District may photograph Library visitors. Such photos are for Library use and may be published in Library publicity materials. Notify staff if you do not wish to be photographed. 8

Library Link | March–April 2017

March Vicious Circle by C.J. Box The Devil’s Triangle by Catherine Coulter The Cutthroat by Clive Cussler Mississippi Blood by Greg Iles Man Overboard by J.A. Jance The Black Book by James Patterson Murder on the Serpentine by Anne Perry The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane by Lisa See Dangerous Games by Danielle Steel Spymaster by Margaret Weis

April The Last Chance Olive Ranch by Susan Wittig Albert The Fix by David Baldacci Any Day Now by Robyn Carr All by Myself, Alone by Mary Higgins Clark The Burial Hour by Jeffery Deaver No Easy Target by Iris Johansen Fallout by Sara Paretsky Golden Prey by John Sandford One Perfect Lie by Lisa Scottoline Fast and Loose by Stuart Woods

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