Library Corner – Week of November 26, 2018

Updated 2018/11/22

Bridge Closing – Home Access Available

Just a reminder that we do have several electronic resources available to Library Patrons; so if you have a library membership or would like one, please give us a call (204-345-2653) or stop by and we will set you up with “at home access.”  You will need a 14-digit barcode style membership number for most of these services.  Besides being able to browse our Library Catalogue, you can place Holds for pickup when you are in Town, and renew your books.  You can search other libraries in Manitoba using fILL and place your requests from home.  There are ebooks, audiobooks and emagazines available online through eLibraries Manitoba and RB Digital; as well as Ebscohost (a reference database featuring automotive, small engine repairs, home maintenance, etc.) and Global Road Warrior – a very powerful travel database – all free to members of the Lac du Bonnet Library.  Our staff would be happy to help you get started.

What’s New?

In the snow-topped mountains of the Canadian Rockies, Meg and Mitch are living their dream. Just weeks away from their wedding, a polar storm hits, tragedy strikes, and Meg desperately tries to radio for help – and it comes from a lone voice across the airwaves that sees what she cannot, in Christmas under the Stars by Karen Swan.

When a shocking news report shatters Juno Ryan’s world, she suddenly finds herself without the man she loves – and with no way of getting the answers she needs. She flees to the enchanting Villa Naranja in Spain. But just when she begins to feel whole again, another bombshell drops, in The Hideaway by Sheila O’Flanagan.

From Gilly Macmillan comes I Know You Know, a chilling and twisty mystery about two shocking murder cases twenty years apart, and the threads that bind them.

Along with most of the population, ex-detective Nick Bottom becomes addicted to flashback, a drug that allows users to re-live the best moments of their lives, and must find a way to function after being hired to investigate a murder, in Flashback by Dan Simmons.

The first books in two new trilogies: The Boleyn King by Laura Andersen, finds 17-year-old King Henry IX, known as William, struggling to prove himself as the French threaten battle and the Catholics plot at home.  He relies heavily on his best friend and loyal counselor, Dominic, until they both fall in love with the same woman – a romantic obsession that threatens a new generation of Tudors.  In Written in Love, an Amish Letters novel by Kathleen Fuller, a postal error creates pen pals of two young Amish people.  Can they put behind their past mistakes to see the bright future God has written for them?


Taylor Branch presents The King Years – Historic Moments in the Civil Rights Movement; Joyce Meyer gives us Healing the Soul of a Woman – How to Overcome Your Emotional Wounds; and finally, Sally Field tells her story in an intimate, haunting memoir, In Pieces.

Catalogue and Events details are available at the Library website