Library Corner – Week of October 22, 2018

Updated 2018/10/17

On behalf of the Lac du Bonnet Library Board and Staff, we’d like to wish you all a Very, Merry, Scary Halloween.  Have a great time and stay safe!

Remember to mark your calendars for Pyjama Storytime being held this year on Thursday, November 15th, 6:30 p.m. to 7:45 p.m.  Throw on your PJs, grab your favourite cuddly stuffed animal and join us for an evening storytime at the Library.  We will read books, play games, have a snack and do a craft. Free! All ages are welcome!

What’s New?

The discovery of two bodies in a quiet Florida community exposes old secrets and deadly grudges, prompting a group of improbable friends to try to uncover the truth, in A Willing Murder, the first book in the Medlar Mystery series by Jude Deveraux.

The lives of ordinary people become intertwined when a gunman takes hostages at a women’s clinic in, A Spark of Light by Jodi Picoult.

Sometimes going home means leaving everything you have ever known. When the doctor pronounces “incurable cancer” and gives Bobbie Blake one year to live, she agrees to accompany her niece, Tracie, on a trip back to Austria, back to The Oasis, a ministry center for refugees that Bobbie helped start twenty years earlier. Filled with action, danger, heartache and romance, The Long Highway Home by Elizabeth Musser is a hymn to freedom in life’s darkest moments.

A savant with a genius compartmentalized brain is hired to recover a stolen camera capable of photographing the past and discovers information with the potential to upend the world’s three major religions.  Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds by Brandon Sanderson includes three novellas: Legion — Legion: Skin Deep — Lies of the Beholder.

A disadvantaged but once happy immigrant family is brought together and torn apart by the birth of organized crime in 1930s New York City, in Button Man by Andrew Gross.

Finally, from James Rollins, War Hawk, the second book in the Tucker Wayne series.


Non-Fiction Titles

Natural Reflections captures natural beauty from the exceptional view-point and unique perspective of Mike Grandmaison’s lens.  A singular gallery of images is curated, amplified and informed by the observations of Robert L. Peters.

The local history of the City of Morden and surrounding area is available in Morden, Mort Cheval, Pinancewaywinning, and Lake Agassiz.

Family Ties that Bind by Dr. Ronald W. Richardson is a self-help guide to change through Family of Origin therapy.

Violin for Dummies is the fun and easy way to get started on the violin by Katharine Rapoport; and by M. Drake, A Charlton Standard Catalogue – Canadian Coins, Vol. 1, Numismatic Issues 2018.

Catalogue and Events details are available at the Library website