Library Corner – Week of November 5, 2018

Updated 2018/10/31

Remembrance Day November 11th

Lest We Forget – three words renown across most countries to show our remembrance of those who have fought, and those who have died fighting for freedom. It means that we will never forget. In Canada, we honour the day by wearing poppies, a flower that bloomed throughout the fields of battle grounds in France and Belgium during World War I. The wearing of the symbol of the poppy was made popular due to the poem, Flanders Field, written by Canadian physician and Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae after witnessing his friend and fellow soldier struck down in the midst of battle in WWI.”

 Pyjama Storytime!

Join us for Pyjama Storytime 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?

Meet the unconventional Detective Inspector Vera Stanhope in The Crow Trap, a psychological thriller and first novel in the Vera Stanhope series by Ann Cleeves.

The Drifter by Nicholas Petrie is the first explosive thriller in a new series featuring Peter Ash, a veteran who finds that the demons of war aren’t easily left behind.

A would-be mage with no magic of his own has to defeat powerful enemies with only cunning and deception in Spellslinger, the first book of an exciting adventure fantasy series from Sebastien de Castell.

For Young Adults!

Separated from her detained mother after moving from Haiti to America, Fabiola struggles to navigate the home of her loud cousins and a new school on Detroit’s gritty west side, where a surprising romance and a dangerous proposition challenge her ideas about freedom, in American Street, a first novel by Ibi Zoboi.

When Genesis Sommer’s father disappears on Moosehead Lake near their small-town Maine home in mid-November, she must cope with the pressure of keeping her family together, even while rumors about the event plague her, in Season of Ice by Diane Les Becquets.

In the beach town of Neptune, New Jersey, Phoebe’s life is changed irrevocably when her gay cousin moves into her house and soon goes missing, in Absolute Brightness by James Lecesne.

Tessa and Hardin’s love was complicated before. Now it’s more confusing than ever … Just as Tessa makes the biggest decision of her life, everything changes, in After We Fell, the third book in the After series by Anna Todd.

The heart of the Runaways died years ago–but you won’t believe how she returns, in Runaways Find Your Way Home, the graphic novel by Rainbow Rowell and artist Kris Anka.

Catalogue and Events details are available at the Library website