The “In Crisis” dinner and movie series continues with “The Informant!” on Monday, March 20 at 6 p.m. A light meal will be available; library programs are free and open to the public.
Are you an artist? Do you have a collection of photography or art work that could be displayed at the library? If so, call Debbie at 307-334-3490.
Have you checked out GoWYLD? GoWYLD provides access to databases and other resources that support research, lifelong learning, business and career development, personal enrichment, and more. If you are seeking research information about health-related issues consult the Health and Medicine portion of GoWyld. One database to check out is Medline Plus; this is the National Library of Medicine’s site for quality, up-to-date consumer health information. Clinical trials, MEDLINE searches, drug information, encyclopedias, dictionaries, directories and news are included. Access from our home page or gowyld.net; your library card number and PIN give you complete access! For more information or help, stop by the library or call 334-3490.
A new novel is “Always” by Sarah Jio. As journalist Kailey Crain leaves a restaurant with her fiancé, Ryan she spies a thin, bearded, homeless man on the sidewalk. She approaches him to offer him her bag of leftovers and is stunned when their eyes meet, then stricken to her very core: it is the man who was the love of her life ten years ago, Cade McAllister. Over the next few weeks, Kailey helps Cade begin to piece his life back together, something she keeps from Ryan. As she revisits her long ago relationship, Kailey realizes that she must decide exactly what – and whom – she wants.
Other new fiction books are “After the Crown” by K.B. Wagers, “Feversong” by Karen Marie Moning, “A Darkness Absolute” by Kelley Armstrong, “The Night Bird” by Brian Freeman, “Accidentally on Purpose” by Jill Shalvis, “Drowning Tides” by Karen Harper, “Fatal” by John Lescroart, “The Turn” by Kim Harrison and “On Second Thought” by Kristan Higgins. New titles for the young adult are “What Light” by Jay Asher and “Tales of the Peculiar” by Ransom Riggs.
“Hero of Hacksaw Ridge: the Gripping True Story That Inspired the Movie” by Booton Herndon is among new non-fiction titles along with “Books For Living” by Will Schwalbe and Gary Taubes “The Case Against Sugar” which is also available on CD.
The Lennea Lewis Slagle Children’s Library has these new junior books, “Catching the Jigglypuff Thief” by Alex Polan, “I Am Jack” by Susanne Gervay and “Pony Princess” by Zanna Davidson. Some of the newer easy titles are “Look & Find Trolls” by Veronica Wagner, “The Monster Next Door” by David Soman and “Ottis and the Kittens” by Loren Long.
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!