Library Corner – Week of May 7, 2018
Mental Health Awareness Week
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.
“Thank you” to all those who joined us for our annual Spring Tea, and to our Board Members and Staff for providing the refreshments.
At this time of year, we like to welcome back all our patrons who travel during the winter months and also welcome new residents to our community. New residents are encouraged to stop by the Library and see what we have to offer. Our staff will be happy to assist you in becoming a member. Memberships are free to residents in the Town and RM of Lac du Bonnet and to residents in the RM of Alexander (Bird River area).
Shirley Hiebert shares her journey, growing up in a traditional Mennonite culture in rough-and-ready Manitoba farm country and in Winnipeg’s North end. She finds a dream come true as the wife of a dedicated northern pilot – until her “Captain” is killed in a crash, when her life binds her to remote First Nations communities and she becomes a beloved nurse and respected confidant to many, in The Captains’s Widow.
Mary Hallett & Marilyn Davis present the Life and Times of Nellie McClung, in Firing the Heather; and by Sanyika Shakur, aka Monster Kody Scott, we have Monster – The Autobiography of an L.A. Gang Member.
From Dr. Gary Kaplan, we have Total Recovery – A Revolutionary New Approach to Breaking the Cycle of Pain and Depression.
For our junior readers Rick Riordan introduces Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard series with the first book, The Sword of Summer; and Big Nate is back in Silent but Deadly by Lincoln Peirce.
When the rest of their pack goes into voluntary exile for the sake of peace, mated werewolves Charles and Anna are asked to help rescue an abducted wolf only to find themselves confronted by dark magic elements from the past, in Burn Bright, an Alpha and Omega novel by Patricia Briggs.
Carry Me by Canadian author Peter Behrens is an unusual love story, an historical epic, and a lucid meditation on Europe’s violent twentieth century.
Coming soon on DVD: Season One of The Crown; and both Season One and Two of Victoria.
Catalogue and Events details are available at the Library website www.lacdubonnetlibrary.ca.