“Turkles” will be shown on Wednesday, April 16 at 1:45 p.m. as an Early Release Film. “Turkles” is a tale of a group of curious kids from Camp Loggerhead who embark on an adventure to solve the mystery of the missing sea turtle eggs. Led by two determined thirteen-year-olds, the clever campers must overcome dangerous obstacles, gather evidence, earn the trust of their parents, and ultimately catch the clueless poachers. Rated PG, this movie lasts 87 minutes – the library provides the popcorn, bring your own drink.
Have you visited the library’s webpage lately? If not, take a look at https://www.niobraracountylibrary.org. You’ll find local history, a very in-depth and growing obituary database as well as birth and cemetery records. You’ll also be able to access the statewide online catalog, WyLDCat as well as thousands of full-text, searchable periodical databases, there is also language learning through voice and audio, Chilton’s Repair database, practice tests for all ages and in many areas and eBooks, eAudio and eMagazines. Check it all out today! Don’t hesitate to call or stop by for more information on how to use these extensive resources.
A new human interest novel is “The Wives of Los Alamos” by TaraShea Nesbit. The wives arrived in New Mexico ready for adventure, but hope quickly turned to hardship as they were forced to adapt to a rugged military town where everything was a secret – including what their husbands were doing. They joined together – friendships were formed, babies born, children grew up – and Los Alamos gradually transformed into a real community: one that was strained by what they couldn’t say out loud or in letters – and by the freedom they did not have.
Other new fiction books are “Bone Deep” by Randy Wayne White, “Blueberry Pie Murder” by Joanne Fluke, “Wood of Radiance” by Brandon Sanderson, “Evening Stars” by Susan Mallery, “The Bootlegger” by Clive Cussler, “The Chance” by Robyn Carr, “The Son” by Philipp Meyer and “A Captain for Laura Rose” by Stephanie Grace Whitson. One of Laurie Halse Anderson’s older titles, “Speak” is back in the library collection in the Young Adult section.
“Earthquake Storms: the Fascinating History and Volatile Future of the San Andreas Fault” by John Dvorak is among new non-fiction along with “The Tell: the Little Clues That Reveal Big Truths About Who We Are” by Matthew Hertenstein and “The Doctor’s Diet: Dr. Travis Stork’s STAT Program to Help You Lose Weight, Restore Optimal Health, Prevent Disease, and Add Years to Your Life” by Travis Stork, M.D.
The Lennea Lewis Slagle Children’s Library has these new junior books, “Mom Made Us Write This in the Summer” by Ali Maier and “The Broken Path” by Erin Hunter. New easy titles include “Rocky Zang in the Amazing Mr. Magic” by Megan McDonald and “Snow Dog, Sand Dog” by Linda Joy Singleton.
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!