The Niobrara County Library Foundation will have Krispy Kreme doughnuts available the first week in May. Stop by or call the library, 307-334-3490 to place your order today! Glazed doughnuts are $8 per dozen and mixed are $9. Proceeds will be matched through the Wyoming Public Library Endowment challenge!
Monday, April 25 the film, “Midnight in Paris: will be shown at 6 p.m. This is the final film in the Woody Allen series. A light meal will be served, plan now to attend!
Have you browsed the Virtual Library lately? Be sure to take a look at the variety of ebooks, audiobooks and streaming movies that are available. The items check out for 14 days and can be renewed if no one is waiting; you also have the ability to place holds! Your library card number and PIN give you complete access. The app, Overdrive Media Console, is available through most app stores; go to our homepage to browse the Virtual Library for more information. Don’t hesitate to stop by the library for more information.
When Ali Reynolds’s parents lose their life savings to a Ponzi scheme in J. A. Jance’s newest suspense novel, “Clawback,” her father goes to confront his long-time friend and financial advisor, only to stumble into the scene of a bloody double homicide. With her father suddenly a prime suspect, Ali and her husband work to clear her father’s name, while at the same time seeking justice for her parents as well as the scheme’s other suddenly impoverished victims, one of whom is a stone cold killer. “Clawback,” is also available digitally and as an audiobook.
Other new fiction books include “Missing Pieces” by Heather Gudenkauf, “The Fragment” by Davis Bunn, “The Memory House” by Linda Goodnight, “Treachery Pass” by Lee E. Wells, “Listings” by Tracy McMillan, “Written in Fire” by Marcus Sakey, “Isn’t It Rich” by Sherryl Woods, “Goodbye to the Dead” by Brian Freeman, “A Winter Wedding” by Brenda Novak and “Crazy Blood” by T. Jefferson Parker. Gena Showalter has a new YA title, “First Life” now available.
New nonfiction books are “The Lovers: Afghanistan’s Romeo & Juliet: the True Story of How They Defied Their Families and Escaped an Honor Killing” by Rod Nordland, “Hope: a School, a Team, A Dream” by Bill Reynolds and “The Emotion Code: How to Release Your Trapped Emotions for Abundant Health, Love, and Happiness” by Dr. Bradley Nelson.
The Lennea Lewis Slagle Children’s Library has these new junior books, “The Terrible Two” by Mac Barnett, “The Great Ice Engine” by Erica David, “Under Their Skin” by Margaret Peterson Haddix and “Beetle Boy” by M.G. Leonard. Some new easy titles are “Lionheart” by Richard Collingridge and “How Do Dinosaurs Stay Friends” by Jane Yolen.
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!