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If you haven’t yet picked up your copy of “Wife of Moon” there are still copies available. On Tuesday, February 9 the first book discussion featuring this Niobrara County Reads book will be held at the library at noon. Randy Rose, local educator and history lover will facilitate the discussion which will also include participants from the Wyoming Women’s Center. Plan to attend and be sure to bring a lunch with you.

The first of three Reading is Fundamental (RIF) programs will be held on Wednesday, February 10. More information will be forthcoming!

A new suspense book is “U is for Undertow” by Sue Grafton. Twenty-one years ago a four-year-old girl disappeared and Michael Sutton believes that he stumbled upon her burial when he was six years old. He wants Kinsey Millhone to help him locate the child’s remains and find the men who killed her.

When Kinsey agrees to give him one day she discovers that Michael has an uneasy relation with the truth. Is his current story true, or one more in a long line of fabrications?

Other new fiction includes “Too Many Murders” by Colleen McCullough, “La’s Orchestra Saves the World” by Alexander McCall Smith, “Deadly Deals” by Fern Michaels, “Rough Country” by John Sandford and “Kindred in Death” by J.D. Robb. New young adult fiction includes “Ever Wild” by Neal Shusterman and “Claim to Fame” Margaret Peterson Haddix.

New non-fiction books are “Paulo Coelho: A Warrior’s Life: the Authorized Biography” by Fernando Morais, “Easy Microsoft Windows 7” by Mark Edward Soper and “Last Words” by George Carlin.

The Lennea Lewis Slagle Children’s Library has these new chapter books: “Johnny Mohawk” by Jenny Oldfield, “Finding Lincoln” by Ann Malaspina and “Princess Ellie’s Treasure Hunt” by Diana Kimpton. New picture books are “Naughty Norton” by Bernadette Kelly, “Trucks” by Stephen Krensky and “Mouse and Mole, Fine Feathered Friends” by Wong Herbert Yee.

“Be Mine!” is the theme for Storyhour on Tuesday, February 2 and Thursday, February 4. This weekly program is held 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 story today!

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