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NEW AUDIOBOOKS AVAILABLE

AUDIO BOOKS AVAILABLE AT NEOGA DISTICT LIBRARY

            Have you HEARD any good books lately?  Many of our patrons are finding that audio books sometimes meet their needs better than print books.  Long car trips can be made more enjoyable when both the driver and passengers can pass the time by listening to an audio book bestseller.  Those who work at home often can take advantage of an audio book when they cannot take the time to sit and read for several hours.  Of course, patrons with vision impairment can keep up with the latest books by listening rather than reading.

            Because audio books are much more expensive than print media, Neoga District Library participates in an audio book leasing program, which allows us to rotate our audio book collection so that patrons have access to some of the latest releases.  In fact, in response to increased interest by patrons, we have recently doubled the number of audio books that we receive, giving patrons even more choices.  All of our new audio books are on CD’s, but we do have some on cassette.  Our collection includes fiction and nonfiction, humor, adventure, self-help, romance, mystery, and crime drama.

            So, if you are planning a car trip to New England for some leaf-peeping, or just going to Champaign, Mattoon, or Effingham and need something to take your mind off high gasoline prices, why not stop by the library to see what audio books we have to offer?  If we do not have a title you are looking for, we can often order it through interlibrary loan.  An audio book may be just what you are looking for.   

Some of our recent titles include:  Cometh The Hour by Jeffrey Archer, Death of a Nurse by M.C. Beaton, The Return of the Witch by Paula Brackston, The  Gangster by Clive Cussler, The Steel Kiss by Jeffrey Deaver, Find Her by Lisa Gardner, The Aldrich Family by Clifford Goldsmith, Viloent Crimes by Phillip Margolin, The Nest by Cynthia Sweeney, Deep Blue by Randy Wayne White, The Night Bell by Inger Ash Wolfe.