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Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Successful Breakfast With Rudolph

Our 2012 Breakfast with Rudolph was the best attended to date. We are very pleased to be able to provide this special service to the children in our community.

Food for Kids

Plates piled high

 Visits with Rudolph

This event is a success thanks to Friends! And special thanks to Daingerfield Chief of Police - Tracy Climer whose alias is Rudolph.

Immediately following the breakfast we boxed up 16 boxes of items collected by patrons of the Daingerfield Public Library for our soldiers overseas. Items included toiletries, handheld games, other items, and BOOKS!

Monday, November 26, 2012

Breakfast With Rudolph

Friends of the Daingerfield Public Library invite you to bring your children or grandchildren to Breakfast With Rudolph.
Saturday, December 1, 2012
9 a.m. - 11 a.m.
Daingerfield Public Library
207 Jefferson Street
Daingerfield Texas

A light breakfast will be served to the children.

Please bring a camera to take a photo of your child with Rudolph!

Book Reviews

Poseidon's Arrow
by Clive Cussler and Dirk Cussler

YES! Another great read from the Cusslers. Fast-moving action-packed under water adventure - all from the safety of my living room chair.This book begins in 1943 with an Italian sub...current day travels through the Panama Canal...and ends in Tierra del Fuego at the tip of Argentina.

I always enjoy the mini-history lesson in the beginning and the tie-in at the end.

If you like Clive Cussler, do not miss out on this one!

Notorious Nineteen
by Janet Evanovich

Evanovich has created another LOL installment in the life of New Jersey Bounty Hunter, Stephanie Plum and her side-kick, Lula. Every time I open a new book in this series I wonder if it will be the last. A couple of books back, I thought it was time for it to end. However Evanovich has managed to write another fresh and entertaining read with the added bonus of sexual tension between Stephanie and the two *h*o*t* men in her life.

Sunday, October 7, 2012

Daingerfield Days 2012

Join us in downtown Daingerfield for our town's fall celebration - Daingerfield Days.

The Friends group will be manning a booth with drinks and RADA cutlery. And just in case - we will also have a few of our cookbooks. If you haven't purchased one, you will want to do so as the supply is rapidly dwindling. 

More information can be found at

Book Reviews

First - many apologies for the ten month absence - life happens.

One of my very favorite authors! Unfortunately I have a thumbs down...

The Storm
by Clive Cussler and Graham Brown
I just could not buy into the premise of nanobugs. Then we discover an informant in the midst. Surprise! Who, oh who could it be. Too predictable. I want to "buy" into a book not sit there rolling my eyes. I read maybe a third of this book...skipped to the last couple of chapters. Yep...that figures.

However, I also have a big THUMBS UP!

The Tombs
By Clive Cussler and Thomas Perry

I am excited to have been along for the ride in tracing the footsteps of Attila the Hun and his treasures. Sam and Remi Fargo are believable. The story flows without a hitch. I found it hard to close the cover and go to bed at night.

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Breakfast With Rudolph

Bring your small children to the Daingerfield Public Library for


Saturday, December 3
9 a.m. - 11 a.m.

Light breakfast served to the children.

Book Review

Explosive Eighteen
A Stephanie Plum Novel
by Janet Evanovich

Yes. Yes! YES!! Quite an improvement on #17. This evening when I turned page 305 and looked for page was blank! And what should've been page 307 had a notice for the Coming June 19, 2012 Wicked Business, the next book in the Lizzy and Diesel series.

I turned back to page 305 and reread it.

What gives?!

Where is page 306? And page 307? And page 308. And the rest of the book?!

Come on!