The following books are available at the Clovis-Carver Public Library:
HeritageQuest Online, available through the Library’s website, includes US federal census records from 1790 to 1930 and “Freedman’s Bank Records,” one of the most important resources for African-American genealogical research, as well as more than 20,000 full text books on genealogy.
Ancestry Library, a database available through the Library’s website, contains more than 5 billion names drawn from census documents, immigration records, ship passenger lists, and birth/death/marriage records for the United States and Britain.
Cross Country by James Patterson features Detective Alex Cross whose investigation of the murder of an entire family leads him to a strongly organized gang of teenage thugs headed by a diabolical warlord known only as the Tiger.
How to Life: A Search for Wisdom from Old People by Henry Alford offers poignant lessons about adapting, friendship, holding on and letting go, drawn from the author’s conversations with those who have lived long and lived well.
The Archbishop in Andalusia: A Blackie Ryan Novel by Andrew Greeley begins as Archbishop John Blackwood Ryan travels to the south of Spain where he has been summoned in hopes that he can avert a murder before it happens.
Your Man is Wonderful: How to Appreciate Your Partner, Romance Your Differences,