Monday, March 30 the film “Saved” will be shown at the library. This is the third film in the American Journeys: Border Lines in American Life series which explores journeys from the margins and the mainstream of American life through the lens of popular Hollywood film. The film showing begins with a free meal and includes audience discussion lead by Deane Tucker, Professor of Humanities at Chadron State College. The series is sponsored by the Wyoming Humanities Council. Plan to attend today!
A new fiction book is “The Shack” by William Paul Young. Mack Phillips’ youngest daughter, Missy, was abducted during a family vacation. Evidence that she may have been murdered was found in an abandoned shack. Four years later, Mack receives a note that takes him back to that shack. What he finds there will change his life forever.
Other new fiction includes “American Wife” by Curtis Sittenfeld, “Blood and Bone” by William Lasher, “Shannon” by Frank Delaney, “Nightseer” by Laurell K. Hamilton, “The Little Giant of Aberdeen County” by Tiffany Baker and “The Ladies’ Lending Library” by Janice Kulyk Keefer.
New non-fiction books are “Little Pink House: A True Story of Defiance and Courage” by Jeff Benedict, “What’s Age Got To Do With It: Living Your Healthiest and Happiest Life” by Robin McGraw and “The Indigo Children – Ten Years Later: What’s Happening with the Indigo Teenagers” by Lee Carroll.
“Twisted” by Laurie Halse Anderson is now available for young adults and the Lennea Lewis Slagle Children’s Library has these new chapter books “The Mostly True Adventures of Homer F. Figg” by Rodman Philbrick and “The Demigod Files” by Rick Riordan. New picture books are “The Cow That Was the Best Moo-ther” by Andy Cutbill and “One Brown Bunny” by Marion Dane Bauer.
Lions & Lambs is the theme for Storyhour on Tuesday, March 31 and Thursday, April 2. Storyhour is held on Tuesday and Thursday from from 10 to 11 a.m. for children ages 3 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
After 24 years we are able to begin binding The Lusk Herald newspapers again, we are missing some issues in the time period of 1984 through 1994, if you happen to have any issues in this range and would consider donating them please stop by.