2010-02-11 / General Stories

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The many readers who marveled at Gone With The Wind by Margaret Mitchell will want to read

Scarlett, the Sequel to Margaret Mitchell’s book, by Alexandra Ripley, the writer chosen by the Mitchell estate to write this sequel. Rich with surprises and exciting developments, the book satisfies the longing to reenter the world of Tara and continues the story of the unforgettable characters found in the original book. Two other new fiction are A Thousand Tomorrows by Karen Kingsbury and The Host by Stephanie Meyers.

An interesting non-fiction book is The World Encyclopedia Of Flags And Heraldry: An International History Of Heraldry And Its Uses, Together With A Guide To National Flags, Banners, Standards, And Ensigns. The book contains over 2100 color photographs and illustrations.

A Pictorial History Of Texas A.&M. University by Henry Dethloff offers interesting facts from A & M’s early history to current times. With over 300 photographs that molded this great university, the spirit of Aggieland comes alive in this book.

The Old West series contains twenty books relating to early times in our country. Two new editions to the library in this series includes Old West The Cowboys and The Gunfighters, both books that will be interesting reading for Old West fans.

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