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At The Library: Let us help make your movie night special

Before you pick up the popcorn and soda for your next movie night at home make the library your first stop. It may not be the first place you think of to find a good movie or two, but you will be surprised at the wide variety we have in older movies as well as newer releases. There is something for all ages and interests.

Take home The Hunger Games series for a marathon movie night or the Walt Disney Studios movie Frozen that the entire family can enjoy. If you missed a couple episodes of your favorite television series there are quite a few in our collection such as Downtown Abbey, Bones, The Closer, and Dexter.

You can also download a movie from Hoopla by going to the library website at www.bossierlibrary.org. There are several movie categories to choose from: Based on True Story; Independent Cinema; Disney; Just for Kids; and Award winners.

Planning a road trip? Keep the younger children entertained while traveling with a few DVDs they will like such as Chuggington, Peter Pan and The Wiggles. Antz by DreamWorks Animation and Spider-man: The Ultimate Villain Showdown by Buena Vista are great for older children who want some time to themselves.

The only movie ticket you will need is your library card. Just think how much you will save by going to the library for your movie night selections.

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Make a note:

Bossier Central Library 746-1693
Thursday, June 18 from 6—7p.m., the Bossier Central Book Club will review “The Alchemist” by Paulo Coelho.

East 80 Library 949-2665
Thursday, June 18 from 3:30—4:30p.m., the Summer Book Club for ages 7—12 will discuss “The Drowned Vault” by N. D. Wilson.

Haughton Library 949-0196
Tuesday, June 16 at 9:30a.m., the Haughton Book Club will examine “Light Between Oceans” by M.L. Stedman.

New Books
“The Shadows” by J. R. Ward
“The Memory Painter” by Gwendolyn Womack
“Diamond Head” by Cecily Wong
“Green on Blue” by Elliot Ackerman
“Bittersweet” by Susan Wittig Albert
“Vostok” by Steve Alten
“Little Black Lies” by Sharon Bolton
“By Your Side” by Candace Calvert
“Slated for Death: A Penny Brannigan Mystery” by Elizabeth Duncan
“Burning Down George Orwell’s House” by Andrew Ervin

“The War That Forged A Nation” by James McPherson
“Capital Dames: The Civil War and the Women of Washington” by Cokie Roberts
“A Fine Romance” by Candice Bergen
“Finding Peter” by William Peter Blatty
“Women, Food, Desire” by Alexandra Jamieson
“The Road to Character” by David Brooks
“Helping Adults with Asperger’s Syndrome Get & Stay Hired” by Barbara Bissonnette
“Hope: A Memoir of Survival in Cleveland” by Amanda Berry
“Medicare” by Tanya Feke
“Medical Terminology: Mastering the Basics” by Cindy Destafano

Vickie Hardin is Associate Director of Public Relations for Bossier Parish Library. She can be reached at vhardin@bossierlibrary.org

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