“Wild Hearts Can’t be Broken” will be shown on Friday, March 25, based on Sonora Carver’s “A Girl and Five Brave Horses” this Disney film is suitable for the entire family and will begin at 2 p.m. The library will provide popcorn, but bring your own drink.
Monday, March 28 at 6 p.m. “Black Beauty” will be shown at the library. Anna Sewell’s classic Black Beauty is a story told by its hero, a remarkable black horse. The film will be accompanied by a light meal and will be followed with a discussion facilitated by Deane Tucker from Chadron State College. The film is rated G and 88 minutes. Plan to attend!
A new suspense book is “Though Not Dead” by Dana Stabenow. When Aleut private investigator Kate Shugak’s Uncle Sam dies at the age of 87 he leaves everything to her along with a letter instructing her “to find my father.” Easier said than done since his father disappeared shortly after he was born taking with him a priceless tribal artifact. As soon as Kate begins her search she is threatened. Will she be able to fulfill Uncle Sam’s last wish without losing her own life?
Other new fiction books include “Hell’s Horizon” by Darren Shan, “The Sentry” by Robert Crais, “Fadeaway Girl” by Martha Grimes, “Agent X” by Noah Boyd, “Swamplandia” by Karen Russell and “The King of the Crags” by Stephen Deas.
New adult non-fiction books are “Finding God in The Shack” by Randall Rauser, “The New Sonoma Diet: a Simple, Healthy, More Delicious Way to Live” by Connie Gutterson, RD, PHD and “I Beat the Odds: from Homelessness, to the Blind Side, and Beyond” by Michael Oher.
The Lennea Lewis Slagle Children’s Library has these new junior books by Jake Maddox: “Skateboard Save,” “Record Run,” “Legend of the Lure,” and “Karate Countdown” plus “The Election Day Disaster” by Ron Roy. New picture books include “Run, Run, Koala!” by
Erica David and “Super Babies’ Dream Adventure” by Christine Ricci.
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!