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Library Corner – Week of February 11, 2019


February is “I Love to Read” month. For the entire month of February, each time you visit the Library, you are entitled to enter one of the nine book draws.  The draw will be made on Friday, March 1st.  Enter often!  Good Luck!


Plans are in progress for our Spring into the Library children’s programming during Spring Break on March 26, March 27 and March 28.  Stay tuned for the FUN details as they will be published here, on the Library website, or posted at the Library.


Mark your calendars for the 7th annual Celebrating Stories on Thursday, April 4 from 7:00 to 9:00 pm.  We are pleased to have Gordon Goldsborough join us for an evening of storytelling based on his book “Abandoned Manitoba: From Residential Schools to Bank Vaults to Grain Elevators” a runaway success in 2016, becoming the top selling nonfiction book of the year in Manitoba.

New Biography

This is Me by Chrissy Metz is an inspirational book about life and its lessons from the Golden Globe and Emmy nominated star of NBC’s This Is Us. As an overweight woman in Hollywood, the deck was already stacked against her. Yet somehow, Metz maintained a joyful spirit rooted in inner beauty and love.

New Adult Fiction

Liane Moriarty gives us Nine Perfect Strangers. One luxury retreat in the middle of nowhere, ten days in which no one can leave.  Nine strangers are seeking perfection and each are discovering the perfect lie.

The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss is the first fantasy novel in The Kingkiller Cronicle:  Day One series.  The tale follows an orphan boy Kvothe who becomes a legend.

Lisa Jackson offers the suspenseful novel You Will Pay.  Twenty years ago after a long summer at Camp Horseshoe on the Oregon coast, two girl counselors went missing. Now human remains are discovered in a cave on the former camp. Seven former female counselors return to tell their story, but shortly after their arrival, they each receive texts: YOU WILL PAY.