Library News September 30, 2022

The next story hour will be Friday, October 21 from 10:15 to 11:15 AM.   All children 5 and under are welcome!  We do ask that children 3 or under be attended by an adult. 

Although September is the “official” library card sign up month, you can sign up for a library card ANYTIME of the year! Remember, we have fiction books, nonfiction books, magazines, DVDs, books for children and a North Dakota section. Books can be checked out for one month, and can also be renewed if needed. DVDs and magazines can be checked out for one week, but can also be renewed. If we do not have a book you want, we can get it through Interlibrary Loan. If you enjoy reading on the go, you can download the Libby App and have access to even more through your library card!

New in fiction is “Spanish Sunrise” by Boo Walker, “Girl, Forgotten” by Karin Slaughter, and “Daisy Darker” by Alice Feeney.

New in nonfiction is “The Girls Are Gone” by Michael Brodkorb. The description reads “On the evening of April 19, 2013, Samantha and Gianna Rucki disappeared. Two of five children born to David Rucki and Sandra Grazzini-Rucki, the teenage sisters vanished in the midst of their parents divorce. The girls father, David Rucki, worked tirelessly with law enforcement to search day and night for his two missing daughters, following every lead while raising three remaining children at home. Their mother, Sandra Grazzini-Rucki, used her newfound freedom to vacation around the world, abandoning her children. And as the investigation intensified, catching the attention of the media, Sandra also disappeared. The Girls Are Gone is the true story of two sisters who went missing, the father who kept searching, and the adults who conspired to keep the truth hidden.”

New in Large Print Fiction is “Sunday at the Sunflower Inn” by Jodi Thomas and “The Lost and Found Bookshop” by Susan Wiggs.

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