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Library Corner for the week of September 28, 2020

Programming fun this fall? Crossing our fingers!

We are really hoping to run a few fall programs this year. We are waiting to see how our Province and communities do controlling Covid 19 over these next few months.
If things begin improving, we will be moving forward with a few kids’ events. If not, we will execute these fun events next year!

The library’s number one priority is the safe and well-being of the staff and our patrons.

A Sneak peek at a few fall programs: Halloween Spooktacular; Pajama Night; and Christmas Story time & Cookie Decorating!

Please remember, these events are tentative…Stay tuned and stay healthy!

New Fiction

Troubled Blood by Robert Galbraith is the next in the Cormoran Strike series. Private detective Cormoran Strike is approached by a woman asking to help find her missing mother. This forty year old cold case intrigues him and despite the slim chance of success he adds it to their long list of current cases.

The Book of Two Ways by Jodi Picoult is a riveting novel about the choices that alter the course of our lives. Preparing for a crash landing, Dawn Edelstein is shocked to find her thoughts are of a man who is not her husband, but a man she last saw fifteen years ago. She must confront the question for herself that she has never truly asked: What does a life well lived look like?

Thick as Thieves by Sandra Brown is a fast moving thriller that finds a criminal’s daughter returning to her family home to find her father’s accomplices believe her to know more than she is telling about the fateful heist.

Next to Last Stand by Craig Johnson is 16th in the Longmire series. Sheriff Walt Longmire is sent on the trail of a dangerous art heist and a shoebox containing one million dollars.

The Evening and the Morning by Ken Follett is the prequel to Kingsbridge series. This epic journey into a historical past follows three young people who find their lives intertwined in the dark ages.

New Non-Fiction

Anti-vaxxers by Johnathan M. Berman explores how to challenge a misinformed movement.