LdB Library Corner – Week of February 5, 2018

Updated 2018/02/05

I Love To Read!

February is “I Love to Read” month. For the entire month of February, each time you visit the Library, you are entitled to enter one of the nine book draws.  The draw will be made on Feb. 28th.  Enter often!  Good Luck!


What’s New?

Game of Thrones, Season 7 is now ready for circulation.  There is a Reserve List, so if you would like to be added to the list, please let us know.  Or, if you need to review previous seasons as some of our patrons are doing, all previous seasons are still available at this Library.

Driven apart twenty-one years earlier by life challenges, former lovers Henry Gold and Margot Fuller, a poet and the daughter of a prominent family, get a second chance at a relationship marked by their star-crossed backgrounds and long-held secrets, in If I Forget You by Thomas Christopher Greene.

When he falls ill and no doctor can diagnose him, James de Vere retreats to the country, where he encounters Laura, a woman from his past, and offers to marry her to save her family’s estate in return for her companionship in his final days and his fortune, which he wants to keep away from greedy relatives, in A Momentary Marriage by Candace Camp.

In Robyn Carr’s The Summer that Made Us, a former television talk show host returns to her childhood summer home to rebuild after being fired for bad ratings.

In Castle Rock, Maine in the summer of 1974, twelve-year-old Gwendy Peterson has an encounter with a strange man and suffers terrible nightmares, in Gwendy’s Button Box, a novella by Stephen King.

Ami McKay, the bestselling Canadian author of The Birth House and The Virgin Cure is back with The Witches of New York, her most beguiling novel yet, luring us deep inside the lives of a trio of remarkable young women navigating the glitz and grotesqueries of Gilded-Age New York by any means possible, including witchcraft.


Junior Titles!

Garfield is back in Garfield Cooks Up Trouble by Jim Davis; Simpson’s Comics at their best in Colossal Compendium by Matt Groening; and finally, more chilling true tales in Haunted Canada 7 by Joel A. Sutherland.

Catalogue and Events details are available at the Library website www.lacdubonnetlibrary.ca.