Tuesday, September 22 Wyoming author, Cat Urbigkit will present a program at the library at 6:30 p.m. Urbigkit has been chosen as the One Book Wyoming author for 2015 and her book, “Shepherds of Coyote Rocks” is available to read and pass-along. The author lives on a working sheep ranch in western Wyoming with her family and her livestock guardian animals, including guardian dogs and burros. Urbigkit shares the beauty of life in Wyoming through her seven nonfiction books for young readers and three books for adults. Her presentation is one you’re sure to enjoy!
Monday, September 28 the film, “Wild” will be shown as part of the Dinner & Movie series, “Images of Walking.” After years of reckless and destructive behavior Cheryl Strayed makes a rash decision. With absolutely no experience and driven only by sheer determination, she hikes more than a thousand miles of the Pacific Crest Trail, alone. The film powerfully captures the terrors and pleasures of one young woman forging ahead against all odds on a journey that maddens, strengthens, and ultimately heals her. A light meal will be included and Deane Tucker, PhD., Chadron State College will lead the discussions. Library programs are free and open to the public, so plan to attend!
Elizabeth Adler’s newest book is “One Way or Another.” One moment Angie Morse is standing on the deck of a large luxury yacht and the next she feels a stinging blow to her head from a champagne bottle – and then a push. She is in the water. The yacht slowly pulls away. No one seems to have noticed she’s gone. The people on board are her friends. One is her love. Two had a reason to get rid of her. Revenge burns so deeply inside her that she knows she will survive, and she will get them – one way or another.
Other new fiction books include “Miriam’s Secret” by Jerry S. Eicher, “Ideal: the Novel and the Play” by Ayn Rand, “After the Storm” by Linda Castillo, “Cold Frame” by P.T. Deutermann, “In Plain Sight” by Fern Michaels, “Twice in a Lifetime” by Dorothy Garlock, “Badlands” by C. J. Box and “Arctic Shadow” by Joanne Sundell. The young adult section features the new books: “Trapped” by Michael Northrop and “Fairest” by Marrisa Meyer.
“Hope: a Memoir of Survival in Cleveland” by Amanda Berry is among new non-fiction along with “Get Quilting with Angela and Cloe: 14 Projects for Kids to Sew” by Angela Walters and “The 5 Love Languages of Teenagers” by Gary Chapman.
The Lennea Lewis Slagle Children’s Library has these new junior books, “The Case of the Vanishing Emerald” by Holly Webb and “Catie Conrad: How to Become the Most UNpopular Girl in Middle School” by Angie Spady. Some new easy titles are “Hello Kitty Goes to Camp” by Kabushiki Sanrio, “Hiccupotamus” by Steve Smallman and “Billy’s Booger: a Memoir (Which is a True Story, Which This Book Is)” by William Joyce.
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!