THE LIBRARY OF LOST AND FOUND by Phaedra Patrick & Giveaway

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For anyone who goes to the library or has a library card, Phaedra Patrick’s novel, THE LIBRARY OF LOST AND FOUND (ParkRow) is for you.

Librarian Martha Storm has always found it easier to connect with books than people—though not for lack of trying. She keeps careful lists of how to help others in her superhero-themed notebook. And yet, sometimes it feels like she’s invisible.

All of that changes when a book of fairy tales arrives on her doorstep. Inside, Martha finds a dedication written to her by her best friend—her grandmother Zelda—who died under mysterious circumstances years earlier. When Martha discovers a clue within the book that her grandmother may still be alive, she becomes determined to discover the truth. As she delves deeper into Zelda’s past, she unwittingly reveals a family secret that will change her life forever.

Filled with Phaedra Patrick’s signature charm and vivid characters, THE LIBRARY OF LOST AND FOUND is a heartwarming and poignant tale of how one woman must take control of her destiny to write her own happy ending.

Perfect to read with a cuppa and some delicious biscotti.

Purchase Links

Amazon | Books-A-Million | Barnes & Noble

About Phaedra Patrick

Phaedra Patrick studied art and marketing and has worked as a stained glass artist, film festival organizer and communications manager. She is a prize winning short story writer and now writes full time.

She lives in the UK with her husband and son. The Curious Charms of Arthur Pepper is her debut novel.

 

Connect with Phaedra

Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

Thanks to TLC Book Tours we have one copy to giveaway. Just tell us your relationship with the library. I love going to the library. My book club meets there monthly. We’ll choose a winner soon. Good luck.

GIVEAWAY: USA only please

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40 thoughts on “THE LIBRARY OF LOST AND FOUND by Phaedra Patrick & Giveaway

  1. I used to go to my local library at least 2-3 times a week when I was working. I loved the librarians and how they were so helpful to me in holding books for me when I came in. Haven’t been to my local library near my house as much since I retired though.

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  2. My local library is my home away from home, and I have become good friends with a few of the staff there! I have been told to apply for a job there, as I give them more reading suggestions than they give to me!

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  3. Libraries have been a huge part of my life for as long as I can remember. I remember going weekly with my mom, checking out many books, reading them, and coming back the next week to get more. This continued from a young age through the present. It was these times that sparked my love of reading, eventually inspiring me to receive my Master’s Degree in Library Science. Now, as a mother of a young son, we take him weekly to the library. It is with these visits that I hope to spark the joy of reading and libraries; I feel as if I already have.

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  4. I love the library. I always have something checked out and something on hold. When my youngest daughter was born I went to the library once a week and got a grocery sack of books of various genres for the week. My 5-year old got her first library card that year.

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  5. Libraries are my haven. They are my favorite place to visit since I am an avid reader and they provide me with so much choice. Books are my sole form of entertainment and have been since I was very young. I visit my local library a few times each week to pick up my books on hold and browse though new selections. Now i take my grandsons to the library when they have holidays and days off. This is so special and gratifying for me.

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  6. I’ve heard great things about this book! I loved going to the Library as a kid and bringing my own kids to play and Read was just as wonderful.

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  7. Sometimes, I feel as if Phaedra has the ability to write what I feel…I have loved her two previous books and have just finished The Library of Lost and Found. Her book characters are so real that if they came to visit, I would love to sit and have a cup of tea! I would treasure a copy of her book! 💕

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  8. I love going to the library but don’t have the time to get there as often as I would like. It’s so exciting to walk in and find the new releases! Just wish that you could take them for longer than a week! That’s why I love winning books…no deadline for reading them.

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  9. I just love the library! It feels like a sanctuary and it’s such a gift to the community! Thank you for this chance. I feel invisible too like the main character. So I’m going to read this book whether I win it or not!

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  10. I was there yesterday and back again today. We have a used book sale coming up soon so I’ve been gathering items to donate. We are planning on attending a beekeeping seminar next weekend.There are far too many wonderful things to say about libraries! I’m so anxious to read this lovely book! 🔰👓🔰

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  11. I love my library. I attend the book clubs there when I’m able. Worked in our Friends of the Library book store, and I know most of librarians and workers. Lots of planned events for adults, tweens, and children. I haven’t been able to go often lately. Had SI Joint Fusion Surgery today. Thanks for this offer.

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  12. When I first came across this book, I though, oh yeah, I really want to read this. I recall going to the library often when I was young and with my children; also, research during college before internet. I’ve had lots of enjoyment at the libraries. I worked there, too, while in high school and college. Within the last few years, I’ve found myself wanting to keep books and having my own library. 🙂

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  13. My library has a lot of different things to offer. Our quilting group meets there once a week. I live about 5-8 minutes away so my card gets used a lot.

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  14. I love going to the library. There is something about the smell of books…… I don’t go often because I have stacks of books at home to read!

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  15. When my mother was little she was very poor but she loved to read so she kept all the old papers and books she found. Later in her life, she became a teacher, and she always had a library in my house with many type of books and genre, that place became my favorite place at home. In that way my brothers and I love for reading was born. Our kids loved that library too. Nowadays I do not only love bookstores and libraries but they always remind me of my mother and her immense love for books.

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  16. I still have fond memories of the beautiful, old library in the town where I grew up. It was within walking distance of my home and I vividly remember when my mother finally allowed me to go there by myself. I was ecstatic and spent hours there every Saturday just roaming the aisles and absorbing the atmosphere. I was so comfortable there it felt like my second home.

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