There will be a representative from North Dakota Job Service at the Library on Monday, March 28 from 10 am until 2 pm. This is a change from the usual day for March only.
Upcoming Story Hours will be Friday April 1, Friday April 15, and Friday 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.
New titles in adult Fiction include The Overnight Guest by Heather Gudenkauf, The Last Dance of the Debutante by Julia Kelly, Lifeline by Elizabeth Penney and Can’t Go Back by Debra Webb.
New in Nonfiction is My Friend Anna: The True Story of the Fake Heiress by Rachel DeLoache Williams. The book description reads “Rachel DeLoache Williams’s new friend Anna Delvey, a self-proclaimed German heiress, was worldly and ambitious. She was also generous—picking up the tab for lavish dinners at Le Coucou, infrared sauna sessions at HigherDOSE, drinks at the 11 Howard Library bar, and regular workout sessions with a celebrity personal trainer. When Anna proposed an all-expenses-paid trip to Marrakech at the five-star La Mamounia hotel, Rachel jumped at the chance. But when Anna’s credit cards mysteriously stopped working, the dream vacation quickly took a dark turn. Anna asked Rachel to begin fronting costs—first for flights, then meals and shopping, and, finally, for their $7,500-per-night private villa. Before Rachel knew it, more than $62,000 had been charged to her credit cards. Anna swore she would reimburse Rachel the moment they returned to New York. Back in Manhattan, the repayment never materialized, and a shocking pattern of deception emerged. Rachel learned that Anna had left a trail of deceit—and unpaid bills—wherever she’d been. Mortified, Rachel contacted the district attorney, and in a stunning turn of events, found herself helping to bring down one of the city’s most notorious con artists. With breathless pacing and in-depth reporting from the person who experienced it firsthand, My Friend Anna is an unforgettable true story of “glamour, greed, lust for power” (The New York Times), and female friendship.”
If you are in the mood to do some spring cleaning, we have books for that! Some titles include: The Life-changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art Of Decluttering and Organizing by Marie Kondo, When Organizing Isn’t Enough: Shed Your Stuff, Change Your Life by Julie Morgenstern, The Get Organized Answer Book by Jamie Novak, The Right Storage: Organizing Essentials for Your Home by Lisa Skolnik and Real Simple Cleaning by Kathleen Squires.