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Neighborhood notes: Front Royal

Front Royal

Military news

Air Force Airman 1st Class Logan C. Moore graduated from basic training at Lackland Air Force Base at San Antonio, Texas.

The son of Terry and John Moore of Front Royal, he is a 2004 graduate of Warren County High School.

Library news

Samuels Public Library has acquired the following adult nonfiction:

"The Secret Sentry," Aid; "Harry Truman's Excellent Adventure," Algeo; "The Conservatives," Allitt; "Murder For Hire," Ballentine; "Evel Knievel Life Of Evel," Barker; "Glenn Beck's Common Sense," Beck; "McGraw-Hill's SAT," Black; "Right Time, Right Place," Brookhiser; "Mommy Doesn't Drink Here Anymore," Brownell; "Sugar On The Crop," Butler; "Blue Collar, Blue Scrubs," Collins; "A Man Apart," Cresswell; "Million Dollar Website," Culwell; "The Lassa Ward," Donaldson; "McGraw-Hill's GRE," Dulan; "Frommer's Singapore & Malaysia," Eveland; "Always Looking Up," Fox; "Prairie Tale," Gilbert; "Unquenchable," Glennon; "In The Valley Of Mist," Hardy; "Act Like A Lady, Think Like A Man," Harvey; "Lucky Girl," Hopgood; "The AARP Return Survival Guide," Jason; "Goat Song," Kessler; "Natural Garden Style," Kingsbury; "Falling Cloudberries," Kiros; "Buccaneers Of The Caribbean," Latimer; "Cracking The GRE," Lurie; "The Longevity Factor," Maroon; "Six Months In Sudan," Maskalyk; "In The Valley Of The Kings," Meyerson; "Master Your Metabolism," Michaels; "American Heroes," Morgan; "Catastrophe," Morris; "Rocket Men," Nelson; "Paradise Found," Nicholls; "Tears In The Darkness," Norman; "The Vegan Table," Patrick-Goudreau; "Seeds Of Terror," Peters; "Cracking The SAT," Robinson; "The Lady In Red," Rubenhold; "Life, Inc.," Rushkoff; "Terror On The Seas," Sekulick; "Cheap," Shell; "The 5,000 Year Leap," Skousen; "Shelf Discovery," Skurnick; "Horse Soldiers," Stanton; "After America," Starobin; "Olive Kitteridge," Strout; "McGraw-Hill's ASVAB," Wall; "The Protest Singer," Wilkinson; "A Brave Vessell," Woodward; "The Evolution Of God," Wright; and "Your Call Is (Not That) Important To Us," Yellin.

More information about the library's holdings is available at www.samuelslibrary.net.

Samuels Public Library has acquired the following juvenile fiction:

"Take The Mummy And Run," Amato; "The Beast Of Blackslope," Barrett; "Mr. Wolf Bounces Back," Bradman; "The Curse Of The Ancient Mask And Other Case Files," Cheshire; "Rissa Bartholomew's Declaration Of Independence," Comerford; "The Museum Monsters," Dahl; "The Dunderheads," Fleischman; "The Dragon Of Trellan," Knudsen; "Georgia Rises," Lasky; "Emperor Of The Air Waves," Lemke; "Galileo's Leaning Tower Experiment," MacDonald; "The Mystery Of The Conjured Man," Mack; "Blizzard!," Maddox; "Shipwreck!," Maddox; "Neil Armstrong Is My Uncle," Marino; "Twilight Prisoner," Marsh; "The Graffiti Mystery," Mitchelhill; "Revenge Of The Itty-Bitty Brothers," Oliver; "A Finder's Magic," Pearce; "Roman Diary," Platt; "Sneaky Weasel," Shaw; "Moonrunner," Thomason; "My Uncle Emily," Yolen; and "My Forever Dress," Ziefert.

CDs: "Poppy And Ereth," Avi; "Strawberry Hill," Hoberman; and "Dogsong," Paulsen.

DVDs: "Snow Buddies," "The Sword In The Stone" and "Elmo And The Bookaneers."

More information about the library's holdings is available at www.samuelslibrary.net.


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