Wyoming author, Cat Urbigkit will present a program at the library on Tuesday, October 15 at 6:30 p.m. Cat will discuss the changing attitudes about wolves and will draw heavily on her book, “Yellowstone Wolves: a chronicle of the animal, the people and the politics.” Cat has written several books for both children and adults and will have copies available to purchase – if you’re thinking ahead to the holidays, these would be great gifts. Plan now to attend this timely program.
“The Croods” will be shown on Wednesday, October 9 at 1:45 p.m. This prehistoric comedy is rated PG and is 98 minutes. The library provides the popcorn; please bring your own drink.
A new novel by Larry Watson is “Let Him Go.” It has been years since George and Margaret Blackledge lost their son James when he was thrown from a horse. It’s been months since his widow left with their only grandson, Jimmy and married another man. Margaret wants her grandson – the last of the family line – while George, a retired sheriff is none too eager to stir up trouble. When they locate Jimmy, they find themselves entangled with the Weboy clan and they are determined not to give the boy up without a fight. Sure to be a compelling read!
Other new fiction books include “Robert the Bruce” by Jack Whyte, “How the Light Gets In” by Louise Penny, “Sometimes a Rogue” by Mary Jo Putney, “Return to Oak Pine” by Ron Carlson, “The Hero” by Robyn Carr, “Clammed Up” by Barbara Ross, “The Exodus Towers” by Jason M. Hough, “The Tattered Quilt” by Wanda E. Brunstetter and “High County Rebel” by Lindsay McKenna. Pittacus Lore’s newest installment in the Lorien Legacies, “The Fall of Five” is now available in the YA section.
Stephen King’s “The Dark Man” is among new non-fiction as well as “The Book of Immortality: the Science, Belief, and Magic behind Living Forever” by Adam Leith Gollner and “The Home Butchering Handbook” by Jamie Waldron.
The Lennea Lewis Slagle Children’s Library has this new junior book, “Wild Born” by Brandon Mull (also on cd). A couple of new picture books are “Library Mouse: Home Sweet Home” by Daniel Kirk and “There, There” by Sam McBratney.
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!