The library has a large collection of popular, series and documentary films that are available to checkout for a period of two weeks. The collection includes Clinton Anderson’s Fundamental, Intermediate and Advanced horse training programs as well as the Foal Training, Trick Training and Colt Training series. Shane Harley’s Cow Dog Training series is also available to checkout. You can browse library DVD holdings by going to our home page and clicking on WyldCat, search by title or keyword or choose advanced search and select DVD. Your library card number and PIN will also allow you to place items on hold, even those on order. Check it all out today.
Lisa Jackson’s new novel is “Expecting to Die.” Some places earn their bad reputation through tall tales or chance. Grizzly Falls, Montana is different. Here killers aren’t just the stuff of legends and campfire lore. Someone is in the nighttime shadows, waiting for the right moment – the right victim. Detective Regan Pescoli, exhausted and emotional, is counting the days until her maternity leave. The last thing she needs is a serial killer. One body is found – then another. Pescoli and her partner, Selena Alvarez race to find the terror lingering in the darkness – where there are too many places to hide, and countless places to die.
Other new fiction books are “The Drifter” by Nicholas Petrie, “Dawn Study” by Maria V. Synder, “The Prisoner” by Alex Berenson, “Crossing Hearts” by Kimberly Kincaid, “The Trapped Girl” by Robert Dugoni, “Brambleberry House” by RaeAnne Thayne, “Tex“by Clarence E. Mulford, “Jack of Hearts” by Sandra Owens and “The Night Bird” by Brian Freeman. “Frozen Tides” by Morgan Rhodes and “Moon” by Romina Russell are among new young adult titles.
New on the non-fiction shelf are “Right For Your Type: the Individualized Blood Type” by Peter J. D’Adamo and “J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World Movie Magic Volume One: Extraordinary People and Fascinating Places” by Jody Revenson.
The Lennea Lewis Slagle Children’s Library has these new junior books, “I Survived the San Francisco Earthquake, 1906” by Lauren Tarshis, “Rain Forest Rumble“by Knife plus a 20 book set of “Dinosaurs Cove” by Rex Stone. A few of the newer easy titles include “The Darkest Dark” by Chris Hadfield, “If You Give a Mouse a Brownie” by Laura Numeroff and “This Book is Out of Control” by Richard Bryne.
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