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Friday, August 19, 2011

Monday, August 29 the library will host the first of several Dinner & Movie presentations celebrating food. Showing will be "Julie & Julia" at 6 p.m. with discussion led by Chadron State College professor; Deane Tucker, PhD. For more information contact the library. These programs are free and open to the public.

Registration is now being held for the fall sessions of Afterschool Programs. On Tuesday, September 6 the Doorway to Adventure begins for first and second grade children and on Thursday, September 8 for children in the third through fifth grades. Beginning Monday, September 12 and running through October 24 the library will host an afterschool program for children in kindergarten. Space is limited so register your children soon!

A new book by J. A. Jance is “Betrayal of Trust.” A video clip, showing a teenage girl being strangled with a blue scarf is discovered on a phone belonging to Josh, the step-grandson of Washington State’s Governor. The Governor turns to J.P. Beaumont and Mel Soames for help. Josh swears that he has never seen the victim before but during a search of his bedroom a blue scarf is discovered. The next night Josh is found hanging in his bedroom. Beaumont and Soames are sure that what initially appeared to be a childish prank gone wrong has much deeper implications and could cause more innocent young lives to be lost.

Other new fiction books include “Watch Me Die” by Erica Spindler, “Summer Rental” by Mary Kay Andrews, “Heat Wave” by Nancy Thayer, “Tigerlily’s Orchids” by Ruth Rendall, ”Folly Beach” by Dorothea Benton Frank, “Fallen” by Karin Slaughter and “Smokin’ Seventeen” by Janet Evanovich. Some new young adult titles are “Speak No Evil” by Marilyn Kaye, “The Warlock” by Michael Scott, “The Golden Spiral” by Lisa Mangum and “Fledgling: Jason Steed” by Mark A. Cooper.

“Making Supper Safe: One Man’s Quest to Learn the Truth about Food Safety” by Ben Hewitt is now on the non-fiction shelf as well as “Growing Up in Heaven: the Eternal Connection Between Parent and Child” by James Van Praagh and “Goddess of the Last Minute: Laughter and Lessons From an Uncommon Quilter” by Robbi Joy Eklow.

The Lennea Lewis Slagle Children's Library has these several new chapter books including “Golden Sun” by Whitney Sanderson. A couple of new picture books are “Art & Max” by David Wiesner and “Those Darn Squirrels and the Cat Next Door” by Adam Rubin.



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