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Come and See What’s Happening in Your Century Village East Clubhouse Library

By Clubhouse Library Staff

Everyday we hear “I didn’t know there was a library.” Yes, the Clubhouse has a library. We’ve been here for more than 40 years, starting in a tiny closet, and now we have more than 5,700 books in our collection. New books, in regular and large print, are ordered every month to add to our shelves. Here are some of the books that have recently been added.

Regular Print

Clive Cussler’s Hellburner, Mike Madden

Vince Flynn’s Oath of Loyalty, Kyle Mills

Falling Stars, Fern Michaels

Blowback, James Patterson

Black Dog, Stuart Woods

The Challenge, Danielle Steel

Quicksand, Janet Dailey

Portrait of An Unknown Woman, Daniel Silva

Librarian Spy: A Novel of World War II, Madeline Martin

The Best is Yet to Come, Debbie Macomber

The 6:20 Man, David Baldacci

Large Print

Nightwork, Nora Roberts

Meant to Be, Emily Giffin

The Investigator, John Sandford

The Stepsisters, Susan Mallery

Revenge Tour, Mike Lupica

Beautiful, Danielle Steel

What Happened to the Bennetts, Lisa Scottoline

The Missing Piece, John Lescroart

Someone Perfect, Mary Balogh

Fear No Evil, James Patterson

Last Girl Ghosted, Lisa Unger

Friends of the Library When new books arrive in the library they are first shelved in the Reserve section. Friends of the Library have first dibs on these books, and may be put on a next-in-line list if the book has been checked out. It’s simple to become a Friend of the Library by making a $3.00 annual donation to the Library. Become a Friend and be one of the first to read best sellers and other new books.

Books for Sale Looking for a book to take on a trip, or not worry about having to return? Browse our sale shelves. You’ll find hardcover and softcover novels, pocket paperbacks, and non-fiction covering finance and history to hobbies and health.

Have books to donate? Please, only donate books published within the past 10 years, unless they are non-fiction.

We Are More Than Just Books You may not be aware of what else the Clubhouse Library has to offer. The Library offers a unique array of items for sale in our Boutique. There is a wide variety of artistic treasures, jewelry, handbags, housewares, puzzles, knick-knacks, crystal glassware, and collectibles. Don’t miss the bargains on the dollar cart, along with greeting cards, calendars, CDs, and DVDs. All boutique items are donated, and the proceeds go to buy more books for the library.

Need something new to you to hang on your walls at home? The Library has framed art work of all sizes and styles. Currently, most of the art work has been marked down 50% of the original price. Now is the time to redecorate!

Now that you know the Clubhouse has a library, come and visit! We are open Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Upcoming holiday closures are September 26 & 27 for Rosh Hashanah, October 5 for Yom Kippur, October 10 for Columbus Day, and November 24 for Thanksgiving.

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