Library Corner – Week of April 30, 2018
Annual Spring Tea
This week! Join us at the Library for our Annual Spring Tea for volunteers, Library patrons, and friends on Friday, May 4th from 2:00 to 4:30 p.m. The Lac du Bonnet Board and Staff like to take this opportunity to show our appreciation to those who help us year-round in so many ways. Everyone is Welcome!
May 7th to May 13th is Mental Health Awareness Week. The Library will be assisting the Regional Health Authority in promoting reading materials that will provide trustworthy information to empower people in making informed decisions about their well-being. Our display table will be dedicated to Mental Health Awareness during that entire week.
When a custody battle divides her placid town, straitlaced family woman Elena Richardson finds herself pitted against her enigmatic tenant and becomes obsessed with exposing her past, only to trigger devastating consequences for both families, in Little Fires Everywhere, a novel by Celeste Ng.
Hired to organize an entrepreneurial boot camp, a successful party planner reconnects with a childhood friend who has become a high-flying businessman and whose professional ambitions complicate their growing bond in The River House, a Swift River Valley novel by Carla Neggers.
It’s summer on Nantucket and Alison is finally engaged to the love of her life. Things would be perfect if only she could make peace between her daughters. But when Felicity’s husband reveals a long-term affair and Jane falls for her soon-to-be step-brother, everyone gets way more drama than they bargained for in A Nantucket Wedding by Nancy Thayer.
In Steven Berry’s The Bishop’s Pawn, former Justice Department agent Cotton Malone uncovers a disturbing link between a case from his past and the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. that risks innocent lives and threatens the legacy of the Civil Rights movement’s iconic martyr.
A boy named Daniel selects a novel from a library of rare books, enjoying it so much that he searches for the rest of the author’s works, only to discover that someone is destroying every book the author has ever written, in The Shadow of the Wind, the first book in The Cemetery of Forgotten Books series by Carols Ruiz Zafon.
Wrongly accused of the brutal abduction of a 13-year-old girl, Sydney detective Ted Conkaffey is forced to hide in the crocodile-infested wetlands of Crimson Lake, where he agrees to help convicted killer Amanda Pharrell in a case involving dangerous secrets, the first book in the Crimson Lake series by Candice Fox.
“Oldies but Goodies” now available: A Guide to United States Coins 2013; Cesar’s Way – The Natural, Everyday Guide to Understanding & Correcting Common Dog Problems by Cesar Millan; The Inconvenient Indian by Thomas King; Falling – The Story of One Marriage by John Taylor; and Reasons My Kid is Crying by Greg Pembroke.
Catalogue and Events details are available at the Library website www.lacdubonnetlibrary.ca.