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Friday, September 7, 2012

Wednesday, September 17 the library will present a living history program featuring Tom O’Day and Bronco Nell portrayed by Ray and Jackie Maple. O’Day ran with Butch Cassidy and the Wild Bunch and Bronco Nell was among the last of the women to be incarcerated in the Rawlins penitentiary. The program begins at 6:30 p.m.

Monday, September 24 the second film in the “Play to Film” series will feature “Harvey” at 6 p.m. at the library. This classic film is 112 minutes and the evening features a light meal and Deane Tucker, PhD will facilitate discussion that will include the Wyoming Women’s Center. For more information contact the library.

A new suspense book is “You Don’t Want to Know” by Lisa Jackson. Since her son, Noah, went missing two years ago Ava has spent most of the time in and out of mental institutions. Now she’s back at the family estate, as her mind comes back into focus, she can’t shake the feeling that her family and psychologist know more than they’re saying. Almost everyone assumed that Noah fell off the docks near their Church Island home and drowned, but his body was never found. What really did happen?

Other new fiction books are “The Good Dream” by Donna VanLiere, “Gold” by Chris Cleave, “Thirteen” by Kelly Armstrong, “Silver: Return to Treasure Island” by Andrew Motion, “The Black Isle” by Sandi Tan, “Odd Apocalypse” by Dean Koontz, “A Different Kind of Normal” by Cathy Lamb and “Oil” by Jeff Nesbit. New titles for the young adult include “Daniel X: Game Over” by James Patterson, “The Downside of Being Charlie” by Jenny Torres Sanchez and “Divergent” by Veronica Roth.

New adult non-fiction books are “Marilyn: the Passion and the Paradox” by Lois Banner, “Where Does My Horse Hurt?” by Renee Tucker, DVM and “Spy the Lie: Former CIA Officers Show You How to Detect Deception” by Philip Houston.

The Lennea Lewis Slagle Children's Library has these new junior titles: “Horse Camp” by Nicole Helget, “Running with Trains” by Michael J. Rosen and “Libby of High Hopes” by Elsie Primavera. Some new easy books are “The Purple Kangaroo” by Michael Ian Black, “Extra Yarn” by Marc Barnett and “Betty Bunny Loves Chocolate Cake” by Michael B. Kaplan.




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Debbie Sturman, Director
425 South Main Street, P O Box 510
Lusk, WY 82225-0510
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