Archive for March, 2018


March 8, 2018 is International Women’s Day. This day is a celebration of the social, political, cultural, and economic achievements of women around the world.   This year the theme is “Press to Progress!” Your local library owns many biographies of notable woman,  We have a multi-volume reference set dedicated to Women in World History. We have graphic novels that feature heroines ranging from Wonder Woman and Supergirl to Ms. Marvel and the Invisible Woman. Our Youth Services Department has books and books on CD that feature Girl Sleuth Nancy Drew. Every public services department in our building contains materials that honor remarkable women. From Sybil Ludington to Queen Victoria to Eleanor Roosevelt to Audrey Hepburn, we have all the amazing female role models anyone could hope to emulate.





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New DVDs @ Marion!


The Hardy Boys Nancy Drew Mysteries Season One 


Professor Marston and the Wonder Women 

Cannibal! The Musical 



American Graffiti  

The Longest Ride 

After All These Years 

The American 

The Alamo 



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The Old West was a big place and we’ve got new big print books to celebrate that time and place! Yee-Haw, Pardner!

Flintlock Hell’s Gate by William Johnstone

The Carroll Farm Fight by Greg Hunt

Pearl River Junction by Robert Randisi

Big Horn Legacy by W. Michael Gear


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New Books @ Marion!

FB_IMG_1435961886093Grab a buddy and let down your hair with a good book!


The Hush by John Hart

The Shape of Water by Daniel Kraus

Zero Day by Ezekiel Boone

Hellbent by Gregg Hurwitz

The One by John Marrs

I’ll Keep You Safe by Peter May

Summer Hours at the Robbers Library by Sue Halpern

The Third Victim by Phillips Margolin

The Woman in the Water by Charles Finch

High Voltage by Karen Moning

Sunburn by Laura Lippman

Raspberry Danish Murder by Joanne Fluke

The Escape Artist by Brad Meltzer

The Kremlin Conspiracy by Joel Rosenberg

Shallow Grave by Karen Harper

Agent in Place by Mark Greaney

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