Four County Library System Large Print Book Circuit

November 17th, 2014 by Susan Rowe, Library Director

The Large Print Circuit is a collection of large print books offered by the Four County Library System.

These 50 titles rotate through the libraries and will change in January 2015.

  • Graeme Simsion-The Rosie project
  • Lisa Jackson-Ready to die
  • Diane Keaton-Let’s just say it wasn’t pretty
  • Lauraine Snelling-Heaven sent rain
  • Tess Gerritsen-Girl missing
  • and more……….

Wanda Brunstetter- The Discovery series (6 books)

November 14th, 2014 by Susan Rowe, Library Director

 Follow the journey of Meredith and Luke Stoltzfus . . . . Financial struggles. Arguments. A suspected pregnancy. A last-minute trip to Indiana. A drug addict on the run. A deadly encounter at a Philadelphia bus station. As Meredith and Luke are faced with the greatest challenge of their young lives, will their love and faith be enough to bring them back together again, against all odds?  c. 2013

Linda Byler-Davey’s daughter (Lancaster burning;#2)

November 14th, 2014 by Susan Rowe, Library Director

 Barns continue to burn in the Lancaster County’s Amish community, and no one knows who’s doing it or why. Sarah Beiler’s barn was the first to burn and it was quickly followed by two other barn fires. The entire Amish community is on edge and wrestling with how they should respond to these seemingly random crimes. Sarah thinks Ashley, whom she’s learned to know at the local farmers market, knows more about the fires than she will admit. But Sarah can’t convince her to share her secrets. c. 2013

Linda Byler-Fire in the night (Lancaster burning: #1)

November 14th, 2014 by Susan Rowe, Library Director

The Amish community of Lancaster is being terrorized by barn fires.
David and Malinda Beiler’s barn was the first to go. The clues are sparse, but Levi, the Beilers’ oldest son, happened to be awake in the middle of the night and spotted a white vehicle driving past the house with its lights off.  c. 2013

Cindy Woodsmall-A love undone

November 14th, 2014 by Susan Rowe, Library Director

At nineteen years old, Old Order Amish Jolene Keim was on the brink of happily-ever-after when everything changed, stealing the future she expected and burdening her with an unbearable decision. For the next ten years, Jolene throws herself into family life – and then she meets Andy Fisher. The horse trainer and father to a sweet nine year-old challenges her and holds up a mirror to issues Jolene has been unwilling to face.  c. 2014

Suzanne Woods Fisher-The letters (The Inn at Eagle Hill; #1)

November 14th, 2014 by Susan Rowe, Library Director

Rose Schrock is a simple woman with a simple plan. Determined to find a way to support her family and pay off her late husband’s debts,she sets to work to convert the basement of her Amish farmhouse to an Inn. While her family, especially her cranky mother-in-law, is unhappy with Rose’s big idea, her friend and neighbor, Galen King, supports her decision,and he helps with the conversion.  c. 2013

Cindy Woodsmall-Seasons of tomorrow (Amish vines and orchards; #4)

November 14th, 2014 by Susan Rowe, Library Director

More settled in her heart than ever before, Rhoda Byler feels a newfound confidence living in the Old Order Amish settlement she helped establish in Orchard Bend, Maine. Though it has been almost a year since one brother left,  Rhoda is happy to be working alongside the other brother as they tend and nurture the settlement’s orchard. Time has helped to heal Rhoda’s wounds, and she finds that even her unusual gift of profound intuition is less of a burden as she continues to seek God’s wisdom and purpose for her life.   c. 2014

Elizabeth George-The edge of the water (Saratoga Woods; #2)

November 14th, 2014 by Susan Rowe, Library Director

A mysterious girl who won’t speak; a coal black seal named Nera that returns to the same place very year; a bitter feud of unknown origin—strange things are happening on Whidbey Island, and Becca King, is drawn into the maelstrom of events.

c. 2014

Susan Crandall-Whistling past the graveyard

November 14th, 2014 by Susan Rowe, Library Director

From an award-winning author comes a wise and tender coming-of-age story about a nine-year-old girl who runs away from her Mississippi home in 1963, befriends a lonely woman suffering loss and abuse, and embarks on a life-changing roadtrip. The summer of 1963 begins like any other for nine-year-old Starla Claudelle. Born to teenage parents in Mississippi, Starla is being raised by a strict paternal grandmother, Mamie, whose worst fear is that Starla will turn out like her mother. Starla hasn’t seen her momma since she was three, but is convinced that her mother will keep her promise to take Starla and her daddy to Nashville, where her mother hopes to become a famous singer – and that one day her family will be whole and perfect.  c. 2014

Ken Follett-Edge of eternity (Century; #3)

November 14th, 2014 by Susan Rowe, Library Director

Throughout these books, Follett has followed the fortunes of five intertwined families – American, German, Russian, English, and Welsh – as they make their way through the twentieth century. Now they come to one of the most tumultuous eras of all: the enormous social, political, and economic turmoil of the 1960s through the 1980s, from civil rights, assassinations, mass political movements and Vietnam to the Berlin Wall, the Cuban Missile Crisis, presidential impeachment, revolution – and rock and roll.  c. 2014