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JACKABY SERIES: We have Books 1 and 2. Book Coming Soon! "Doctor Who meets Sherlock in William Ritter’s New York Times bestselling Jackaby series, which features a detective of the paranormal as seen through the eyes of his adventurous and intelligent assistant in a tale brimming with cheeky humor and a dose of the macabre." Check out our newest Teen Tales!

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Don't forget the Coatesville Co-Share & Business Incubator Information Session tomorrow 6pm Monday August 29th!"

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Happy Women's Equality Day! It happens to be the 94th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, which granted women the right to vote.

Do you remember your first fictional heroine? The one who shaped your reading habits, your interests, and your love of all heroines? Comment below and let us know!

Book Spotlight on: KINDA LIKE BROTHERS AUTHOR: COE BOOTH Check it out! Jarrett doesn't trust Kevon. But he's got to share a room with him anyway. It was one thing when Jarrett's mom took care of foster babies who needed help. But this time it's different. This time the baby who needs help has an older brother -- a kid Jarrett's age named Kevon. Everyone thinks Jarrett and Kevon should be friends -- but that's not gonna happen. Not when Kevon's acting like he's better than Jarrett -- and not when Jarrett finds out Kevon's keeping some major secrets. Jarrett doesn't think it's fair that he has to share his room, his friends, and his life with some stranger. He's gotta do something about it -- but what?

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This is from Sawyer's owner - for any parent or kid who has met or read to Sawyer, they would appreciate a letter of recommendation - Read on: "As you know, Sawyer and I are a certified pet assisted visitation volunteer team through our non-profit organization, PAWSforPeople.org. Sawyer and I have been with PAWS for People since December 2012. We achieved our Pet Therapy Master’s Certification with PAWS on December 5, 2015. Prior to becoming a certified therapy team, Sawyer and I completed three professional levels of obedience training, as well as successfully passing the Canine Good Citizen test. And on June 2, 2010, just days shy of Sawyer’s first birthday, we received our Canine Good Citizen Certificate with the American Kennel Club. Sawyer and I, along with the wonderful and full support of my husband and Sawyer’s daddy, Rick, are deeply involved with PAWS for People, from the inside out - working behind the scenes writing stories, seeking donations and funding, conducted PAWS presentations, assisting teams with their First Visits, just to name a few. I am also going through the Train the Trainer Program which will train me, through PAWS, to orient, train and certify future PAWS therapy teams. Sawyer and I have visited at Skilled Nursing/Assisted Living facilities, such as Jenner’s Pond in West Grove and The Hickman in West Chester. Sawyer and I conducted a PAWS presentation at The Hickman. We were the first PAWS team to visit at the site, as a result of a random conversation between Sawyer’s vet and myself during one of Sawyer’s check-ups… and I am so thrilled to say that I had heard that The Hickman now has a PAWS Therapy Team there every day of the week! We have worked with Alzheimer’s and Dementia population, conducted Special Request visits, worked with autistic children, worked with local Girl Scout Troops and we are actively involved in the PAWS for Reading Program at the Coatesville and Downingtown Libraries. (We have also served as a substitute team for the Parkesburg and Atglen Libraries.) I have decided to submit Sawyer’s application for The 4th Annual Animal Hero Awards, which recognizes the contributions of companion animals in Delaware. Though we reside out of Pennsylvania, PAWS for People is a sponsor of The 4th Annual Delaware Animal Hero Awards and services the communities of DE, MD, NJ and PA. Therefore, we qualify as having ties to the Delaware area. Two PAWS for People pups have won this award in the past. Hopefully, Sawyer will be the third PAWS pup! In addition to a letter of support from Sawyer’s vet, we are also required to provide any of the following in order to have our application considered: (I’ve attached some info about the DVMA Hero Awards for you.) • Letters of support • Photographs • Videos • Newspaper articles • Or other evidence of the good work of the animal . Thank you so, SO much, from the bottom of my heart and from the tip of Sawyer’s wet nose to the end of his big fluffy tail! Even if we don’t get considered, we sure feel like absolute winners for being lucky enough to meet such amazing people every time we visit! THANK YOU!!! Nancy and Sawyer Shurkoff" If you would may I ask that you complete this by Friday 8/26? You can bring it to me at the library or email me at pwilliams@ccls.org.

Excited about changes in Coatesville! <3

What a lovely day in Coatesville!

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Please join us 6pm Monday August 29th for the Coatesville Co-Share & Business Incubator Information Session.

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Great job! Keep beautifying Coatesville!

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Wow! Our Reptile Olympics program was ssssssuper! Thank you Forgotten Friend Reptile Sanctuary!

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FREE pass for 4th graders and their families

Reading has a lot of positive side effects...

One of our many new DVDs in the library! This biopic of Hank Williams shows his creative side as well as his constant fight between being a good family man and indulging in his vices - alcohol and women. Plus, if you've only known Tom Hiddleston as Loki in the Avengers movies, you're in for a treat - he sings all the songs himself - remember, he's British and Hank was not....

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