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Friday, February 21, 2014

Wyoming author, Craig Johnson’s newest title, “Spirit of Steamboat” has been selected as a One Book Wyoming title and copies will soon be available for you to read and pass along. We are also planning several related programs that will bring Craig back to Lusk. Watch for more information and if you haven’t read the book yet, be sure to put it on your list.

The puppet show, “Little Green O’Glenn and the Lazy Leprechaun” will be performed for the Reading is Fun program on Wednesday, March 12 at 6:30 p.m. The Friends of the Library sponsor this literacy-based program the 2nd Wednesday in February, March and April each year with the help from the local Future Business Leaders of American (FBLA). Each program features a program, a coordinating craft and snacks. The highlight of the evening is that each child is able to select their very own book to keep. Each child is able to receive three books, so if there are missed programs they are able to make up missed books.

Jayne Ann Krentz’s newest book is “River Road.” The last time Lucy Sheridan was in Summer River, she was dragged out of a wild party – by Mason Fletcher, the older guy she had a crush on. Now returning after her Aunt Sara’s fatal car accident, Lucy learns that Mason had saved her from a very nasty crime that night. So when they make a shocking discovery inside Sara’s house, Mason’s protective instincts kick in again. This title is also available as an audio book.

Other new fiction books are “Robert B. Parker’s Bull River” by Robert Knott, “Hostage” by Kay Hooper, “The Death Trade” by Jack Higgins, "The Spook Lights Affair” by Marcia Muller, “Standup Guy” by Stuart Woods, “The Calling” by Suzanne Woods Fisher, “Hazardous Duty” by W.E.B. Griffith and “Never Let Go” by Sherryl Woods. Charlaine Harris’s new graphic novel “Cemetery Girl: The Pretenders” is now available.

“Let Me Off At the Top: My Classy Life and Other Musings” by Ron Burgundy is among new non-fiction along with “Building Up Wyoming: Depression–Era Federal Projects in Wyoming 1929-1943” by Michael Cassity, “Adobe Premiere ProCS6: Classroom in a Book: the Official Training Workbook” from Adobe Systems, and “Healthy Land, Happy Families, and Profitable Businesses: Essays to Improve Your Land, Your Life, Your Bottom Line” by David Pratt.

The Lennea Lewis Slagle Children's Library has these new junior books, “Designs by Isabelle” by Laurence Yep and “A Hidden Enemy” by Erin Hunter. Some new easy titles include “Barbie: the Pearl Princess” by Kristen L. Depken and “My Blue Bunny, Bubbit” by Maggie Smith.





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