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Friday, May 4, 2012

Have you ever taken a look at the Wyoming Newspaper Project? This resource is easily available in the LINKS section of this website. You can discover the stories that formed Wyoming through this project. For the sheer volume of information they contain, newspapers are the single most important printed record of human activity. Historians, genealogists, and other scholars rely on them to provide a first-hand and sometimes the only account of local news. Available through this website are newspapers printed in Wyoming between 1849 and 1922, in an easily searchable format. This is a work in progress and pages continue to be made available. If you are a history buff or looking for something that happened in our area, check it out today!

The newest novel by C.J. Box is “Force of Nature.” In 1999 Nate Romanowski was with a secret Special Forces Unit in Central Asia when a colleague did something terrible – now, the man is eliminating anyone who knew about it. Nate knows the man will strike out at his friends to draw him out which makes the Pickett family a target; he also knows the only way to fight back will be outside the law. He can do it – but he doesn’t know about his straight arrow friend, Joe. Call today to place a hold.

New fiction books include “One in a Million” by Susan Mallery, “Luminous Airplanes” by Paul LaForge, “The Book of Lost Fragrances” by M. J. Rose, “A Crown Imperiled” by Raymond E. Feist, “Celebrity in Death” by J. D. Robb, “The Thief” by Clive Cussler, “Gypped” by Carol Higgins Clark and “Guilty Wives” by James Patterson. Some new titles for the young adult are “The Fault in the Stars” by John Green and “Department Nineteen” by Will Hill.

“They Served with Honor: Stories from Wyoming World War II Veterans” by Casper Star Tribune Communications is now available on the non-fiction shelf. Also in is: “Natural Wonder Foods: 100 Amazing Foods for Healing, Immune-boosting, Fitness-enhancing, Anti-aging” by Grace Cheetham and “A Natural Woman: A Memoir” by Carole King.

The Lennea Lewis Slagle Children's Library has these new junior books: “Fang of the Vampire” and “Blood of the Witch” by Tommy Donbavand and “Spark the Stone Man” by Asya Pekurovskaya. New picture books include “E-mergency!” by Tom Lichtenheld and “Penny and Her Song” by Kevin Henkes.






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