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Fairfield Public Library receives memorials, gifts in Feburary

Mar 21, 2018

Fairfield Public Library received donations in February.

 

Memorials

In memory of Mary North Allen, given by Tom, David and Katy Allen, “Falling Light and Waters Turning” by Allen.

In memory of Donna Coop, given by friends and family, “Afterlife” by Sakey; “Among the Shadows” (Large Print) by Coffin; “Anatomy of a Scandal” by Vaughan; “Miraculous Abundance” by Herve-Gruyer; “My Tiny Veg Plot” by Leendertz; “Native Plants of the Midwest” by Branhagen; “Niki Jabbour’s Veggie Garden Remix” by Jabbour; “The Child Finder” by Denfeld; “The Gone World” by Sweterlitsch; “The Grave’s a Fine and Private Place” (Large Print) by Bradley; “The Invisible Library” by Cogman; “The Less is More Garden” by Morrison; “The Well-Tended Perennial Garden” by Disabato-Aust; “The Wife” by Burke; “Trumpet of Death” (Large Print) by Riggs.

In memory of Ellen DeLashmutt, given by Ernest (Lindsay) DeLashmutt, “Star Trek: Next Generation, Season 2” (DVD); “Star Trek: Next Generation, Season 4” (DVD); “The Trumpet of Conscience” by King, Jr.

In memory of Benjamin Overmyer, given by Susan Overmyer, “I’ll Love You Forever” by Hart.

In memory of Keith Vlademar II, given by Terry and Keith Vlademar, “Best of Bowie” (CD and DVD).

In memory of Doris Irene Watson, given by Rodger and Sandy Gillaspie, “Anne of Green Gables” (graphic novel) by Marsden.

In memory of Meiko Shinohara Williams, given by Sharry and Harry Smith, “God Gave Us Heaven” by Bergren; “How to Babysit a Grandma” by Reagan.

 

Gifts

In honor of her son Carl, given by Barbara Bloom, “Walking with Peety” by O’Grey.

Given by Benjamin Bradley, The Grave’s a Fine and Private Place” by Bradley.

Given by Joe Mandarino, “12 Rules for Life” by Peterson; “A Gathering of Shadows” by Schwab; “Abaddon’s Gate” by Corey; “Bad Little Falls” by Doiron; “Bella Poldark” by Graham; “Caliban’s War” by Corey; “Etched in Bone’ by Bishop; “Leviathan Wakes” by Corey; “Massacre Pond” by Doiron; “Persepolis Rising” by Corey; “So You Want to Talk About Race” by Oluo; “The Angry Tide” by Graham; “The Black Moon” by Graham; “The Bone Orchard” by Doiron; “The Dangerous art of blending in” by Surmelis; “The Four Swans” by Graham; “The Love Letters of Abelard and Lily” by Creedle; “The Loving Cup” by Graham; “The Poacher’s Son” by Doiron; “The President’s Hat” by Laurain; “The Red Notebook” by Laurain; “The Stranger from the Sea” by Graham; “This Could Hurt” by Medoff.

Given by Sally Johnston, “Color Zoo” by Ehlert; “Freedom in Congo Square” by Weatherford; “The Graphic Alphabet” by Pelletier.

Given by The Bunco Babes, “Baby Monkey, Private Eye” by Selznick; “The Elements Book” by Jackson;, “The Kingdom of Fantasy” by Stilton; “The Real McCoys” by Swanson; “The Truth As Told by Mason Buttle” by Connor; “The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl Squirrel Meets World” by Hale; “What Was the Age of the Dinosaurs?” by Stine.

Given by the Dave Randall Estate, “21” (DVD); “Autumn Hearts” (DVD); “Bridget Jones’s Diary” (Blu-ray); “Children of a Lesser God” (DVD); “Class Action” (DVD); “Cypher” (DVD); “Election” (DVD); “Face/Off” (DVD); “Fools Rush In” (DVD); “Go Tell the Spartans” (DVD); “Green Zone” (DVD); “How the West Was Won” (DVD); “Inside Man” (DVD); “Joe” (DVD); “Joy Ride” (DVD); “Moulin Rouge” (DVD); “My Best Friend’s Wedding” (DVD); “Mystic Pizza” (DVD); “Once Upon a Time in the West” (DVD); “Rabbit Hole” (DVD); “Reservoir Dogs” (DVD); “Ricochet” (DVD); “Romancing the Stone” (DVD); “School of Rock” (DVD); “Side Effects” (Blu-ray); “Silverado” (DVD); “Sleepers” (DVD); “Speed” (DVD); “The Cowboys” (DVD); “The War of the Roses” (DVD); “Tin Cup” (DVD); “Transsiberian” (DVD); “Von Ryan’s Express” (DVD); “Whatever Works” (DVD); “You Know My Name” (DVD).

 

Information

For information about presenting memorials and gifts to Fairfield Public Library or becoming involved in its adopt-an-author, adopt-a-magazine or wish-tree programs, call 472-6551.

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