Upcoming Story Hours are Friday April 1, April 15, and April 29 from 10:15 – 11:15 am. If you have children five years of age or younger, they are welcome to attend. Children 3 or under must be attended by an adult. Join us!
Heart of America Library has a variety of magazines which can be checked out for a week at a time. Some of the titles include: Time, People, Real Simple, Quilter’s World, Midwest Living, National Geographic, Smithsonian, Saturday Evening Post, Reader’s Digest – Large Print, Better Homes and Gardens, Family Tree, Birds & Blooms, and Consumer Reports.
New in Christian Fiction is The Unlikely Yarn of the Dragon Lady by Sharon J. Mondragon. The book description reads, “A simple change of scenery can change lives in powerful ways. Margaret, Rose, Jane, and Fran had a good thing going: meet every week in the quiet of their peaceful chapel and knit prayer shawls. No muss, just ministry. That is, until their pastor boots them out of the church in his last-ditch effort to revive the dwindling congregation. Uptight Margaret isn’t having it. Knitting prayer shawls where people can watch is the most ridiculous idea she’s ever heard of, and she’s heard plenty. Prayer belongs in the church, not out among the heathen masses. How are they supposed to knit holiness into these shawls if they’re constantly distracted by the public? But with no choice, the others embrace the challenge. They pack their knitting bags and drag Margaret–grumbling the whole way–to the mall with them. She can’t wait to prove them all wrong when it fails miserably, and show the pastor that she always knows best. Without the familiar mold the group has been stuck in, their own losses, pain, and struggles rise to the surface. And the people and situations they encounter every time they try to sit quietly and knit are taking them a lot further out of their comfort zone than they ever imagined. Can they find the courage to tackle the increasing number of knotty issues they learn about in the community–or will the tangle be too much to unravel?”
New in Large Print Westerns are The Trainwreckers by Sean Lynch, Beyond the Pass by Wayne D. Overholser, Ride a Tall Horse by Lewis B. Patten, and Winchester Quarantine by Carter Travis Young.
New Fiction Novels include: The Perfect Child by Lucinda Berry, Layla by Colleen Hoover, My Secret Sister by Lauren Westwood, Vladimir by Julia May Jonas, The Magnolia Palace by Fiona Davis, and Under the Whispering Door by TJ Klune.
There will be a representative from North Dakota Job Service at the library on Wednesday, March 23 10 AM to 2 PM. Job Service staff will offer job seeking assistance, Veteran’s services, information on training programs, resume building assistance, limited unemployment insurance assistance, and migrant and seasonal farmworker services. They plan to come the 4th Wednesday of every month, from 10 AM to 2 PM.