Library Corner for the week of July 22, 2019

Updated 2019/07/31

Kids Summer Reading Program

      Children have been Exploring Nature at the Lac du Bonnet Library this summer! Our program will continue to run every Tuesday and Thursday from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., until August 15th.  If you are in town with your children or grandchildren, ages 5 to 12, stop by the library for our free, drop-in program. There will be fun activities, outdoor adventures to the park, stories, games, snacks and more! If you have any questions, please stop by the Library or give us a call at (204)345-2653.

Upcoming Special Events include:

  • Science of Nature Demonstration on Thursday July 25th.
  • Painting with Nature on Thursday August 1st.
  • Reading with Raptors & Friends on Thursday August 15th.

 Annual Fall Supper

      The Lac du Bonnet Regional Library’s Annual Fall Supper will be held on Saturday, September 14th at the Legion Hall. Tickets will be available at the Library and Ingham Pharmacy on August 1st, 2019. The wish lists for groceries and volunteers are now posted in the library.

New Fiction

Ian Rankin gives us another Inspector Rebus novel with Resurrection Men.  Rebus has messed up badly this time, so badly that he’s been sent to a kind of reform school for damaged cops.

The world’s most famous detective, Agatha Christie’s most famous creation returns in this new novel from Sophie Hannah.  Closed Casket is a diabolically clever mystery loaded with clues, suspense, and danger.

Cass Green writes In a Cottage In a Wood.  A dark, gripping thriller set in a Cornwall Cottage complete with barred windows and a twisted secret.

Tear Me Apart by J.T. Ellison is a powerful story of a mother willing to do anything to protect her daughter.

Heather Graham continues her Harrison Investigation series with A Dangerous Game.  This riveting thriller blends romance and suspense in perfect combination.

Lilian Jackson Braun’s The Cat Who Could Read Backwards introduces us to the extraordinary detective team of reporter Jim Qwilleran and the brilliant Siamese cat.

A Dog’s Way Home by Bruce Cameron follows a brave dog named Bella through four hundred miles of dangerous Colorado wilderness on her journey home to her beloved person.

Kim Van Alkemade gives us Bachelor Girl set against turn-of-the-century New York City that explores the complexities of the human bond.

The Healing Quilt by Lauraine Snelling joins together four women experiencing a restoration of hearts and lives.