The library energy efficiency renovation continues towards completion. The exterior of the windows in the Carnegie portion of the building have all been stripped, sealed and repainted and storm windows are currently being built. The boiler that heats this portion of the library is almost ready to fire up. A new south entrance door, a hot-water heater and some lighting and exterior painting are yet to be completed.
Did you realize that you have access to a database of blank and completed legal forms that are professionally created, Wyoming-specific and continually updated? Gale Legal Forms address subjects such as bankruptcy, divorce, power of attorney, real estate, taxation and landlord/tenant law. This database also includes almost 1600 sample letters that patrons can customize to their needs. Your library card and PIN will give you complete access; this resource is provided by the Niobrara County Library Foundation. Check it out on our homepage.
A new suspense novel is “Murder in Retribution” by Anne Cleeland. When a rash of underworld murders shatters London’s normally austere fa�ade Chief Inspector Michael Sinclair, Lord Acton and rookie detective Kathleen Doyle are on the case. Perhaps there’s nothing more to the murders than under-the-table business dealings gone awry between the Russian Mafia and an Irish Terrorist group or an act of vigilante justice, but Doyle and Acton fight not to become the next victims, truth may best be left unspoken – and retribution may best be left to fate.
Other new fiction books are “The 6th Extinction” by James Rollins, “Wars of the Roses: Stormbird” by Conn Iggulden, “The Revealing” by Suzanne Woods Fisher, “To Kill a Mother-in-Law” by Wesley Murphey, “The Good Girl” by Mary Kubica, “Loving Cara” by Kristen Proby, “By Blood We Live” by Glen Duncan, “The Home Place” by Carrie La Seur and “The House of Four Winds” by Mercedes Lackey. “The Book of David” by an anonymous author and “Conversion” by Katherine Howe are among new Young Adult books.
“Glimpsing Heaven: the Stories and Science of Life After Death” by Judy Bachrach, along with “U.S. Marshals: Inside America’s Most Storied Law Enforcement” by Mike Earp and “The Killing Kind” by M. William Phelps are on display in the new non-fiction books.
The Lennea Lewis Slagle Children’s Library has these new junior books: “Loot: How to Steal a Fortune” by Jude Watson, “The Traveler’s Tricks” by Laurie Calkhoven and “Brooke, the Photographer Fairy” by Daisy Meadows. A few new picture books are “The Most Magnificent Thing” by Ashley Spires, “Xander’s Panda Party” by Linda Sue Park and “More of Monkey & Robot” by Peter Catalanotto.
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!