Library Corner – Week of December 18, 2017
On behalf of the Lac du Bonnet Library Board and Staff, we would like to wish you and yours a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
The Library will be closed December 25th and 26th, 2017 and January 1st, 2018. Since both Christmas Day and New Year’s Day fall on a Monday, the only day affected by the holidays is Boxing Day, otherwise its “Business as Usual.”
Local artist/author Sheldon Sveinson was kind enough to donate a copy of The Saga of JD McArthur and the Winnipeg River Princess for all our patrons who enjoy a little local history with a twist.
Danielle Steel presents Past Perfect, the story of two families living a hundred of years apart, but who come together in a startling moment.
The Secrets of Cavendon (#4 Cavendon Chronicles) by Barbara Taylor Bradford picks up in the summer of 1949, with the new generation of the estate at the forefront of all the scandal and intrigue. With romance, betrayal, heartbreak, and possible murder threatening to tear them apart, the Inghams and Swanns will have to find a way to come together and protect each other in the face of threats they never could have predicted.
Every Breath You Take by Mary Higgins Clark follows television producer Laurie Moran’s investigation of the unsolved Met Gala murder – in which a wealthy widow was pushed to her death from the famous museum’s rooftop.
The Krewe of Hunters series by Heather Graham continues with Dying Breath (#21) and Dark Rites (#22); and Lynette Eason continues the Elite Guardians series with Chasing Secrets (#4).
Junior Series Now Available
The terrible Titans are merciless giants who rule the earth, led by the biggest, baddest Titan of them all – Cronus — who has a penchant for snacks (particularly in human form)! But their rule is about to be put to the test by a group of young Olympians, led by ten-year-old Zeus, as they discover their powers and try to claim their rightful places as rulers in various realms of the universe, in Heroes in Training – Olympian Collection (Books 1-12).
Two hyenas from Africa find a pair of passports and move to England, where they live suburban lives, hold jobs, and raise their children to hide their tails and act human — the only trouble is old Mr. McNumpty, their nosy neighbor, who is hiding a secret of his own, in The Bolds, a new series by Julian Clary.
When eleven-year-old Izzy’s sister, Hen, disappears into the woods near their new house, Izzy, aided by a band of outlaw Changelings, must seek her in the land of Faerie, in The Changlings by Christina Soontornvat.
Catalogue and Events details are available at the Library website www.lacdubonnetlibrary.ca.