Library Corner for the week of May 20, 2019
Call for Volunteers
The Library is looking for volunteers to work at Mrs. Lucci’s on our behalf, Monday through Saturday, from June 17th to June 29th. We have a few spots left. If you have a bit of spare time, please sign up at our circulation desk, or give us a call. Thank you to our volunteers for your continuous support.
Summer Reading Program
The Lac du Bonnet Library will be running a Summer Reading Program again this year, from July 2nd to August 15th. The program is open to all children, ages five to twelve years of age. Visitors to our community are more than welcome to join the fun. Explore the wonders of nature with the Lac du Bonnet Library, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. This is a free drop-in program, however, pre-registration is greatly appreciated. If you have any questions, please either stop by the Library or give us a call at (204)345-2653.
New Young Adult Fiction
Melissa Walker writes two novels about the power of love over life and death with Ashes to Ashes and Dust to Dust. Callie McPhee travels between the real world and the spirit world in order to prevent them from colliding.
The Gown is a novel of the Royal wedding of Princess Elizabeth and Lieutenant Philip Mountbatten. It is the story of three women’s friendship woven by Jennifer Robson.
Woman 99 by Greer Macallister is an ode to the power of female courage. When Charlotte Smith’s parents commit her sister to the Goldengrove Asylum, Charlotte risks everything and follows her sister inside, surrendering her real identity as a privileged young lady of San Francisco society to become a nameless inmate, Woman 99.
Don Winslow offers a stunning crime thriller in The Border. This is the conclusion to the Cartel trilogy. What do you do when there are no borders?
Susan Mallery gives us Sisters Like Us, the next in The Girls of Mischief Bay series. The grass is always greener on your sister’s side of the fence.
Kevin Kwan continues his Crazy Rich Asians series with China Rich Girlfriend and Rich People Problems. When Nicholas Young hears that his grandmother, Su Yi, is on her deathbed, he rushes to be by her bedside – but he’s not alone. Rachel Chu is drawn into a dizzying world of Shanghai splendor where exotic cars race down the streets and people aren’t just rich, they are China rich.