The Alliance for Historic Wyoming’s Cowboy Carnegie Library exhibit is on display at the library. The five panels detail the history and architecture of Wyoming’s sixteen Carnegie libraries. The current Niobrara County Library was completed in 1919 with an $11,000 Carnegie grant; a handicapped addition was completed in 1999. The Carnegie building in Lusk is the only Wyoming Carnegie with a corner entrance. Be sure to stop by to check out the exhibit before it moves on to Newcastle.
Linda Howard’s newest book is “Troublemaker.” For Morgan Yancy, team leader of a paramilitary group, nothing comes before his job. When he’s ambushed and almost killed, he’s sent to a remote location and told to stay vigilant. Between a tempting housemate and a deadly threat this is proving to be his most dangerous mission yet. Part-time Police Chief of a small West Virginia town, Isabeau “Bo” Maran finally has her life figured out. She doesn’t need a troublemaker as enticing and secretive as Morgan. Then Morgan’s cover is blown, and that might just cost Bo her life.
Other new fiction books include “Free Winds Blow West” by L.P. Holmes, “Til Death do Us Part” by Amanda Quick, “The Secrets of Flight” by Maggie Leffler, “Robert B. Parker’s Slow Burn” by Ace Atkins, “Messenger by Moonlight” by Stephanie Grace Whitson, “The Girl from Summer Hill” by Jude Deveraux, “In the Clearing” by Robert Dugoni, “Remember the Ladies” by Gina L. Mulligan and “The Quieting” by Suzanne Fisher Woods. New books in the young adult section include “We Are the Ants” by Shaun David Hutchinson and “Golden” the third book in the “Heart of Dread” series by Melissa de la Cruz.
“Tribe: On Homecoming and Belonging” by Sebastian Junger is among new non-fiction books along with “Bill O’Reilly’s Legends and Lies: the Patriots” by David Fisher and “Conquer Your Chronic Pain: a Life-Changing Drug-Free Approach for Relief, Recovery, and Restoration” by Peter Abaci.
The Lennea Lewis Slagle Children’s Library has these new junior books, “Mr. Lemoncello’s Library Olympics” by Chris Grabenstein, “Raymie Nightingale” by Kate DiCamillo, “The Case of the Feathered Mask” by Holly Webb and “Six Kids and a Stuffed Cat” by Gary Paulsen. Some of the new easy titles include “Barbie Spy Squad” by Molly McGuire Woods, “Jack and the Pirates” by Peter Bently, “The Night Gardener” by Terry Fan and “Nancy: Saturday Night Sleepover” by Jane O’Connor.
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!