“War Dogs of the Pacific” will be the featured film on Monday, October 28 at 6 p.m. A light meal will be served and discussion will be facilitated by Deane Tucker, Ph.D, Chadron State College. It’s possible that the director of the film will also join the discussion via Skype. Plan now to attend.
Sunday, November 3 the musical duo, Bettman and Halpin will present a performance at the library beginning at 1:30 p.m. Their music features a mix of folk, rock, bluegrass and jazz and is sure to entertain.
Sharyn McCrumb’s new ballad novel is “King’s Mountain.” John Sevier had not taken much interest in the Revolutionary War, but when threatened by the Loyalists with invasion and the loss of their land, he and his loyal comrades – many who would later play key roles in the later parts of American History – raised an unpaid volunteer militia of more than a thousand men. They allied themselves with other state Militias and marched toward Charleston in search of Thomas Ferguson’s marauding army. On a hill straddling the North and South Carolina lines, known as King’s Mountain, they defeated the British forces, inspiring the colonies to fight on. This battle was later called “the turning point of the American Revolution.”
Other new fiction books include “Enon” by Paul Harding, “Dark Lycan” by Christine Feehan, “The Darling Dahlias and the Texas Star” by Susan Wittig Albert, “Sweet Thunder” by Ivan Doig, “Big Sky Wedding” by Linda Lael Miller, “Against the Mark” by Kat Martin, “The Promise” by Dan Walsh, “Blackmoore” by Julianne Donaldson and “Return to Grace” by Karen Harper. A new title for the young adult is “The Dream Thieves” by Maggie Stiefvater.
“The Smartest Kids in the World and How They Got That Way” by Amanda Ripley is now available in the non-fiction section along with “Wilson” by A. Scott Berg and “Rendezvous With Destiny: How Franklin D. Roosevelt and Five Extraordinary Men Took America Into the War and Into the World” by Michael Fullilove.
The Lennea Lewis Slagle Children’s Library has this new junior book, “Treasure Hunters” by James Patterson. A couple of new easy titles are “Click, Clack, Boo: a Tricky Treat” by Doreen Cronin and “The Very Inappropriate Word” by Jim Tobin.
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!