We’re happy to have Robyn Lantz, local artist and educator, lead a 2 hour class on Saturday, March 31 at 10:30. The hands-on workshop is free and open to the public. Preregistration is encouraged, but drop-ins are welcome. Participants should bring an exacto knife and ruler if available, with other materials provided. For more information contact the library at 835-6661. Check out Robyn’s work at AlyBird Art or www.alybirdart.etsy.com.
Fans of Sarah’s Key will be pleased to find a new book by Tatiana de Rosnay on the shelves – The House I Loved. We’ve also added Kristin Hannah’s new release, Home Front, and How It All Began by Penelope Lively. One acquisition which has received a great deal of attention in the media is The Orphan Master’s Son by Adam Johnson, a novel about a North Korean soldier determined to survive under the oppressive Kim Jong-il regime. Patrons will find it in hardback and as an audio book at the library. Check out our full list of March New Titles.
Join us after school on Friday, March 16 as we watch the animated feature film Cars 2. Rated G; 113 minutes; 2011.
Star racecar Lightning McQueen and his pal, the tow truck Mater, take their friendship to exciting new places when they head overseas to compete in the first-ever World Grand Prix to determine the world’s fastest car! There is no charge for this event.
For February, we’ve added popular new titles by powerhouse writers like Dean Koontz, Tami Hoag, Janet Evanovich & Stuart Woods. We also have a new book by P.D. James which marks a departure from her previous work – Death Comes to Pemberley. In it, she picks up Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice characters Darcy and Elizabeth six years after their marriage. In this spin-off, Pemberley is plunged into a mystery involving the murder of Elizabeth’s brother-in-law, Wickham. This book is also available as an ebook and audiobook on the New Hampshire Downloadable Books site. Check out the full list of February’s New Titles to see everything added to the shelves this month.
Singin’ in the Rain – 1952 musical starring Gene Kelly and Debbie Reynolds. Lots of singing and dancing! One of Gene Kelly’s best loved films. Wednesday, February 22 at 6:30p.m. We hope to see you there.
Join Sara Marsden & Bea Bittenbender on Saturday, February 11 at 10:30 for Altered Book workshop.
Like a journal, but instead of words, you can decorate your book in to anything you want! It could be a place where you record your life, but with pictures! Or you can just draw, paint, and glue in whatever you want on. Making a book beautiful is easy, all you have to do is imagine what you want the page to be like, and you can make it! Whether it be stickers and glitter, or a painting of your favorite thing. Anything you can imagine, you can make!
Basic materials are provided, but participants may want to bring along items to personalize the books.
This month we’ve added 2012 Newbery Winner Dead End in Norvelt by Jack Gantos.
We’ve also added Newbery Honor book Inside Out & Back Again by Thanhha Lai. This novel-in-verse tells the story of 10 year old Ha as
she immigrates from war torn South Vietnam to Alabama in 1975.
Check out our full list of titles recently added to the shelves.