The final “Faces of Family” program will be Monday, October 23 at 6 p.m. at the library. The film, “The Education of Little Tree” will be discussed. A free meal will be provided and discussion will include participants at the Wyoming Women’s Center. Plan to attend.
Wednesday, October 25 the independent film “Be With Me” will be shown at 6:30 p.m. “Be With Me” is a tapestry of three stories woven around the themes of love, hope, and destiny. Although the main characters come from different backgrounds and lead different lives, they all long to be with their loved one. Unbeknownst to them, these different souls will share the same stage in a play written by Fate, one which involves the themes of love, tragedy, and redemption. The characters in the movie are fictitious except for Theresa Chan. Deaf and blind since she was 14, Theresa ? who is now 61 ? is a remarkable woman who has triumphed over her disabilities to live an amazing life. She is the film’s beacon, a symbol of strength and hope. This film is from Singapore and is 93 minutes, we’ll provide the popcorn!
Many new book sare arriving on a regular basis, please stop in and check them out. Recent additions include “The Crimes of Jordan Wise” by Bill Pronzini, “Second Wave” by Anne McCaffrey, “Power River Poison” by Maureen Meehan Aplin, “It Wakes in Me” by Kathleen O’Neal Gear, “The Difference Maker: Making Your Attitude Your Greatest Asset” by John C. Maxwell, “Ghost Hunters: William James and the Search for Scientific Proof of Life After Death” by Deborah Blum, “Fire and Brimstone: the North Butte Mining Disaster of 1917” by Michael Punke, and “Guinness World Records, 2007.”
New books for the young adult include “Zach’s Life” by Roland Smith and “A Small White Scar” by K. A. Nazum.
Junior readers will enjoy “Molly Moon Stops the World” by Georgia Byng, “Maggie’s Door” by Patricia Reilly Giff and “Stranded in Boringsville” by Catherine Bateson.
Our youngest readers will be sure to like “A Pocket Full of Kisses” by Audrey Penn, “See and Spy Colors” by Julie Aigner-Clark and “The Bad-News Report Card” by Nancy Poyder.
“Oh, Bats!” is the theme for Storyhour on Tuesday, October 24 at 10 a.m. Storyhour is held each Tuesday for children that are three through kindergarten.
334-3274 is the Dial-A-Story number. Dial-A-Story is sponsored by the Friends of the Library. Dial in and hear an exciting story today!
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