Many thanks to everyone who contributed the following book donations.
"Foul Play at Four" by Ann Purser
Through a Community Benefit Grant provided by the Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation, the Ripley Free Library was able to purchase two administrative computers along with two bar-code scanners. These items were necessary for the library to become automated. Ripley patrons can now order their own materials throughout the Chautauqua/Cattaraugus Library System using their newly bar-coded library cards. The Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation was instrumental in helping to achieve this goal. Pictured are Nancy McIntosh, Librarian for the Ripley Free Library and Eileen Dunn, Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation, Program Coordinator.
"Cat Telling Tales" by Shirley Rousseau Murphy
"The Everything Dog Obedience Book" by Jennifer Bridwell
"Better Homes and Gardens New Garden Book
"Garden Planning and Design" by Peter McHay
"Gardening for Small Spaces" by John Cushnie
"Chihuahuas" by Amy Fernandez
"Heaven is for Real" by Todd Burpo
"Taste of Home cooking School Cookbook"
"Gordon Ramsay's Fast Food"
"Gooseberry Patch Meals in Minutes"
"Betty Crocker's The Big Book of Weeknight Dinners"
"A Life of Joy" by Amy Clipson
"The Way to a Man's Heart" by Mary Ellis
"Ella's Wish" by Jerry S. Eicher
"Ella Finds Love Again" by Jerry S. Eicher
"Inheritance" by Christopher Paolini
"City of Dragons" by Robin Hobb
"Hell's Corner" by David Baldacci