The first of four programs in the Natural Healing series will be Wednesday, May 18 at 6:30 p.m. at the library. Faster EFT and TRE (Tension & Trauma Releasing Exercises) certified practitioner Kristine Groh will present an informative program on both of these techniques. On Wednesday, May 25 Billie Tillard, BodyTalk practitioner will discuss BodyTalk, a technique that helps to provide insight to the areas of your body that need attention. Plan now to attend all four sessions; for more information contact the library at 334-3490. All library programs are free and open to the public.
Have you stopped in the library lately? Come in and browse the growing collection of books, movies, documentaries and T.V. shows, along with audio books, magazines and newspapers. The library is open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and on Wednesday from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. If you need a library card, bring proof of your local address and we’ll set you up.
One of our newer novels is “The Nest” by Cynthia D’Aprix Sweeney. Years of tension finally reach a breaking point when Melody, Beatrice, and Jack Plumb gather to confront their charismatic and reckless brother, Leo. Months earlier an inebriated Leo got behind the wheel of a car with a passenger. The ensuing accident has endangered the Plumb’s joint trust fund, “the nest.” Each sibling had been counting on the money to solve a number of self-inflicted problems. Now they must grapple with old resentments, present-day truths and the emotional and financial toll of the accident.
Other new fiction books include “The Preacher’s Lady” by Lori Copeland, “A Treasure Concealed” by Tracie Peterson, “Gunsmoke Trail” by William MacLeod Raine, “Ransom Canyon” by Jodi Thomas, “The English Son” by Wanda E. Brunstetter, “Private Paris” by James Patterson, “The Storm Sister: Ally’s Story” by Lucinda Riley, “At the Edge of the Orchard” by Tracy Chevalier and “Gone Again” by James Grippando. Gennifer Albin’s “Unraveled” is now available in the YA section.
Consider these new nonfiction books: “A Mind of Your Own: What Women can do about Depression that Big Pharma Can’t” by Kelly Brogan, “Shadow on the Mountain: Nancy Pfister, Dr. William Styler, and the Murder of Aspen’s Golden Girl” by Stephen Singular and “The Flower Chef: a Modern Guide to Do-It-Yourself Floral Arrangements” by Carly Cylinder.
The Lennea Lewis Slagle Children’s Library has these new junior books, “The Crystal Ball” by Jacqueline Dembar Greene, “The Science Unfair” by Nate Ball, “Longbow Girl” by Linda Davies, “Nettie and Nellie Crook: Orphan Train Sisters” by E. F. Abbott and “The Ghost Wind Stallion” by Emma Carlson Berne. A few new easy titles include “Grandpa Loves You” by Helen Foster James, “Bloom” by Doreen Cronin and “Splat the Cat and the Quick Chicks”by Rob Scotton.
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!