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I Like Large Print and I Cannot Lie: Holiday edition

December 14, 2017

The holiday season is upon us here in Northeast Ohio and the Geauga County Public Library is ready with a wide selection of books. 

New titles have been added to the collection for 2017 such as The Dog who Came for Christmas, by Sue Pethick, Christmas at Little Beach Street Bakery, by Jenny Colgan, The Beloved Christmas Quilt, by Wanda E. Brunstetter and Chasing Christmas Eve, by Jill Shalvis.

There are also old favorites available such as A Plain & Fancy Christmas, by Cynthia Keller, The Gift, by Richard Paul Evans and Call Me Mrs. Miracle, by Debbie Macomber. 



One of my picks is A Secret Gift, by Ted Gup.  This non-fiction title takes place shortly before Christmas 1933 in Canton, Ohio. It is the story of a newspaper ad which offered $10 to 75 families in need.  In response, interested readers would write of their hardships to an anonymous benefactor.  This book follows the history of that benefactor as well as the lives of those affected.   

And as always, the best part is all are available in Large Print!




Chris Peace is an Adult Services Assistant at the Chardon Branch. She is currently reading Friends Divided: John Adams and Thomas Jefferson, by Gordon S. Wood.


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